Roll up, roll up! The circus has come to town – in the form of a sleek six-course tasting menu
When I first saw Drug Store Romeos – supporting The Orielles at The Ritz in the delusional days of early
In their first concert for a live audience in well over a year, the Hallé and conductor Sir Mark Elder
‘Accept your porridge’ resolves David Shrigley’s Untitled, ‘You cannot change it’. “That seems to be the situation we’re in to
This whimsical dark comedy provides an empathetic and nuanced view of schizophrenia that is a far cry from past portrayals
Kit Roberts visits Hawksmoor’s Manchester branch to celebrate their fifth birthday.
You can run. You can hide. But there is no escaping Lewis Capaldi. No matter how hard you might try.
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.
Greed is definitely not about Sir Philip Green. Steve Coogan’s power-hungry, wealth-hoarding, egomaniacal, self-centred and image-obsessed character Sir Richard McCreadie is in no way, shape, or form similar to the Topshop tycoon.
On the evening of Valentine’s Day, Beans on Toast unashamedly championed the holiday by spreading love with his infectious – albeit ironic – musical optimism at Gorilla in Manchester.
It’s a story of the ages. The dangerous and tortured boy and the wild, indomitable girl, doomed by love and circumstance to their inevitable destruction.