Every bar has CCTV these days, but not every one has a live-sketch artist. Anyone thinking of robbing the Night
Spas, saunas, and swimming pools are only just reopening properly since the pandemic hit, but have you thought of trying
Labour have faced a catastrophic result across the country, as even seats once considered safe have fallen one after the other to a bulldozing Conservative campaign – with the exception of Manchester Central veteran Lucy Powell.
‘Life or death election’: MM chat to David Wearing on foreign policy, climate change and Tory v Labour differences
With this general election campaign focusing on many things like Brexit, misleading information, the future of the NHS and even blocks of ice, but sadly omitting much talk of the UK’s role in international intervention, MM spoke to David Wearing, a leading researcher and writer on foreign policy and the Middle East.
Renton Skinner is bringing Angelos Epithemiou to XS Malarkey in Manchester on November 25 as part of his first tour in eight years, Can I Just Show You What I’ve Got?
‘The only thing to do is keep fighting’: Catalan activists chat to MM about the constitutional crisis in Spain
Two years ago, Catalonia’s bid for independence plunged Spain into a huge political crisis when the autonomous Catalan government held an independence referendum.
Recalling the day that changed his world, he said: “Two years ago on my last day in Manchester I was an unfortunate victim of a machete attack and was slashed six times.
‘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…
Interview: No problem with racism at Manchester United despite FOI findings, says Stretford End Flags head
The head of a popular Manchester United supporter group has hit back at suggestions the club’s fanbase has a problem with racism.
Timea Babos interview: MM meet Hungary’s pioneering tennis star, fresh from French Open doubles success
Just three days ago, Hungary’s Timea Babos was celebrating her maiden Roland-Garros triumph in the women’s doubles, now she’s in rainy Manchester to show her family their cherished Old Trafford as she prepares for the grass court season.
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.