The long hair and luxe vintage garms definitely made an appearance on stage on Friday night at Manchester’s Academy 2. Fortunately for Temples, when on stage their swoon-worthy style is met with equal substance.
A midfield masterclass from Bruno Fernandes and Fred guided Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United to the last 16 of the Europa League, crucially against traditionally ‘weaker’ opposition.
I’m looking at the phrase ‘Sleater Kinney’ written in an understated font on a drumhead from the front row of the Manchester Academy, and reflecting that at one point in the career of this riot grrrl behemoth, I would not have been allowed into the room.
Debate: Are Guardiola’s Man City drinking at the last chance saloon or is Madrid Champions League victory a sign of things to come?
Pep Guardiola knows this run in the UEFA Champions League could be last chance saloon for his excellent Manchester City side.
The much-debated Whitney Houston hologram tour hits Manchester on Friday, after being described by some concert-goers as ‘eerie’ and ‘weird’.
It will not have been lost on many observers that the seemingly endless line of nationwide Labour Hustings have been consistent with a party that looks set to back a radical redistribution of power and opportunity away from the clutches of Whitehall.
Manchester boxing is firmly back on the map after Tyson Fury’s emphatic seventh round victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
Pep Guardiola was appointed Manchester City manager to win them the European Cup, and this year he comes up against competition masters Real Madrid in the round of 16.
German rock legend Till Lindemann, famously known for his lead role in Rammstein, brought his first ever solo tour to the UK on Sunday.
Four other footballing disciplinary disputes after Love Island footballer Finn Tapp told off by Oxford City
Newly victorious Finn Tapp and girlfriend Paige Turley were crowned winners of the Winter edition of Love Island on Sunday – MM look at four other disciplinary slaps on the wrist for footballers after Tapp was told off by Oxford City.
Tyson Fury said he’d go to London and beat Dereck Chisora in 2011. He said he’d go to Dusseldorf and beat Wladimir Klitschko in 2015. He said he’d go to Los Angeles and beat Deontay Wilder in 2018. And he said he’d go to Las Vegas and beat Wilder again in 2020.