With the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the world and forcing a great many of us into lockdown for an undetermined period, many of us have been attempting to find new ways to keep boredom at bay and to maintain some sense of normalcy.
Mercury Prize Winners Elbow have curated an album as part of an exclusive artwork exhibition heading to Manchester this week – Sounds of the North, in town from September 19-30.
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.
Film critic and Manchester alumnus Mark Kermode returned to HOME last night for a one-off evening of musical mischief and bass slapping with his old band The Railtown Bottlers.
To find out more about The Refuge exhibition Suffragette City, MM caught up with Shari Denson and Julia Adamson, two of the women behind-the-scenes in Manchester’s music scene featured in the exhibition to hear about the state of the city’s music now, musical promotion in a modern age and their own self-confidence.
From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads – director Adrian Berry on eating disorders, mental health & David Bowie ahead of The Lowry show
Ahead of the 30-venue UK tour which starts in Derby this evening before three consecutive nights in the North West this week, MM caught up with the director of the one-man show From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads starring Alex Walton.
‘I’ve had people laughing, crying, even making sandwiches for me’: Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock praises ‘fantastic’ Manchester
He’s still got it – original Sex Pistols’ bass guitarist, Glen Matlock, provided an engaging performance at The Deaf Institute to conclude his UK Winter Tour.
‘Hats off to Manchester’: Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock on band bust ups and dodging derby day trouble ahead of The Deaf Institute gig
“Perfect your right hook,” was the reply of former Sex Pistols member Glen Matlock when asked whether he had advice for bands at loggerheads.
It was announced yesterday that Alan Rickman died of cancer at his home in London surrounded by his family, aged 69.
‘He’s something of his own, and always will be’: Rusholme club remember David Bowie with event for cancer charity
In light of David Bowie’s death, a popular nightclub in Rusholme is putting on a themed charity fundraising night in tribute to the late music icon.
A Manchester hair-stylist who runs a David Bowie Facebook page has spoken of his shock at the singer’s death on Sunday.