The makeup industry has always been viewed as a female dominated occupation, but times are quickly changing as men are paving the way for a genderless makeup industry.
“We hope you have enjoyed the show”, musician Clinton Curtis sung to all those present at The Lowry on Friday, concluding this innovative take on one of The Beatles’ masterpieces with a homage to the timeless title track on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Inanimate objects long forgotten are being given a new lease of life at the Whitworth Museum in Manchester until March 2020 to remember nightspot The Reno in Moss Side – where Bob Marley, Muhammad Ali and Chaka Khan once visited.
Chris Sievey’s art teacher once wrote about him that “he has talent, but his fantasy is not always a success.”
An exhibition of archive material is currently running at Manchester Central Library until April 30, and it’s full of videos, props and even Frank’s original head!
Last month, the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019 came into force, stipulating that somebody convicted of entering certain parts of Syria with the intention of joining Islamic State can be jailed for up to 10 years.
Love her or loathe her, Theresa May’s Brexit deal gamble appears to have been scuppered after the Prime Minister promised to resign last night once the negotiation process is over.
‘We’re here, we’ve always been here, we’re not going anywhere’: Drag Race’s Jinkx Monsoon talks LGBTQ+
Jinkx Monsoon, who was crowned winner and America’s next drag superstar in season 5 of Drag Race, spoke to MM about inclusivity, Trump and transphobia in the LGBTQ+ society.
Village Manchester FC are the Gay Village’s resident football club. They’re 20 years old, and in that time have maintained success on the field whilst being all-inclusive off it. Mancunian Matters looks inside the club that represents so much for Manchester’s gay footballers.
David Mamet’s most famous work Glengarry Glen Ross is at Manchester’s Opera House from director Sam Yates and starring EastEnders’ Nigel Harman and Waterloo Road’s Mark Benton.
Put it to the People vote… MM venture south to ignite Brexit debate with droves of passionate Remainers
The camaraderie and humour were already evident at 6.30am, as people gathered at Manchester’s Central Bus Station.