Alex Walker reflects on the devastating spectrum of emotions evoked by Amanda Palmer’s emphatic gig at Manchester’s Albert Hall
Sam James reviews and interviews comedy legend, and University of Manchester alumnus, Ben Elton
Theatre Editor Anuli Changa speaks to Hannah Hauer-King, director of The Funeral Director, written by Iman Qureshi
Jess Johnstone reviews the National Theatre’s touring version of Macbeth
With an upcoming tour and a third album on the way, Jasmine Bennett reviews the latest singles from one of Manchester’s greatest, The 1975.
HMD comes around once s month, and it’s back once again for your monthly fix.
Lucy Stockdale chats with singer Tommy O’Dell of DMA’s about what’s next for the band
Eleanor Forrest finds out what it means for comedian Tez Ilyas to ’Teztify’ against modern day assumptions of himself as a Northern, Working-class, British Muslim.
Franz Ferdinand show no signs of slowing down in a career-spanning, electrifying live show says contributor, Jay Plent
Summer Walker has become the latest black woman to have her mental wellbeing disregarded publicly and unless we create spaces for black women to be vulnerable she will not be the last
Alexia Pieretti attends the preview event of Avenue Q at Oscars Bar
Scouse mod-rock legend Miles Kane talks about album inspiration and collaborations on his new album – Coup de Grace – with contributor Shivani Kaura.
Anuli Changa talks to Nathan Hamilton about his role as the lead in Antic Disposition’s Cathedral Tour of Shakespeare’s Henry V
The Goo Goo Dolls rocked the O2 Ritz raucously which showed they are far more than their hit-single “Iris”
Mallory Knox put on an incredible intimate performance
Music Editor, Hannah Brierley, gets a chance to chat with singer-songwriter extraordinaire Julia Micheals ahead of her performance in Manchester
Mallory Knox are like the hydra of the rock world, losing one frontman and growing back another one… but in a good way, says Music Editor, Hannah Brierley