Cursed is a fresh retelling of the story of King Arthur from the perspective of young sorceress Nimue.
‘Blood, sweat and sh*t’: Salford’s The Bluestocking Theatre Company is here to tackle inequality for women
The Bluestocking Theatre Company will have its inaugural performance at the Manchester Fringe Festival’s venue The Kings Arms Studio on July 20 and 21, with the all-new play Emergency Door Release – MM caught up with Victoria Tunnah to find out more…
It has to be said, it’s been a great few months for women on screen since THAT Game of Thrones episode, Fleabag, Derry Girls, Killing Eve, Back to Life – if you’ve not seen it, add it to the list.
With the new series of Game of Thrones set to blast onto our screens later this month, we look at why the show is so popular.
Manchester blogger and Lord of the Rings fan, Will O’Hara, has spotted links between Metrolink and Middle-earth during his morning commute across Manchester.
Building on the events of the last episode: Daenerys’ flight from Meereen on-board Drogon, Stannis’ child-sacrifice and Cersei’s incarceration this finale really sings.
Building on the success of last week, the showrunners stuck to the format: designating the final half hour to a great set piece to move everything forward, or skyward.
After seven slow and tempestuous hours, the Game of Thrones wheel finally begins to turn.
In what is actually a fairly uninspiring and tepid episode Thrones continues to stumble towards its season finale.
Weiss and Benioff clearly learnt nothing from that episode in season four and they’ve gone and done it again.
Five down five to go. Monday’s episode might be a tad slow for some but the episode strikes it just right by pairing down the storylines allowing them to pick up momentum.