Entertainment

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8th November 2016 | By nq_admin

Review: Royal Northern College of Music Lunchtime Recital

  I’m not a great lover of classical music but I stepped out of my comfort zone this week to head over to the Royal...

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7th November 2016 | By nq_admin

JP Cooper Interview at the Christmas Lights switch on

JP Cooper is a 28-year-old self-taught musician from Manchester. He's increased in popularity since appearing on Jonas Blue’s summer hit, Perfect Strangers. With over 14...

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7th November 2016 | By nq_admin

Review: Bastille at Manchester Arena

British award-winning band Bastille managed to stun Manchester to life on Sunday night, impressively nearly selling out the entire Arena on night eight of their...

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31st October 2016 | By nq_admin

Oasis exhibition review

Bringing with it those who's teen years were spent idolising the band, and the younger generation, who even though they themselves never got to witness...

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31st October 2016 | By nq_admin

Manchester Halloween Parade 2016 Review

Blood soaked zombie surgeons mingled with the likes of Uncle Fester and Wendy, and the impressive array of fancy dress had spectators snapping pictures of...

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25th October 2016 | By nq_admin

Halloween events in Manchester

Manchester is set to increase its level of spookiness this year with a wide range of eerie events taking place in the city. The annual...

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24th October 2016 | By nq_admin

Stars of Netflix series ‘Making a Murder’ visit Manchester

It was the Netflix series that had us all captivated. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that Wisconsin defence attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry...

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24th October 2016 | By nq_admin

REVIEW: A Conversation On Making A Murderer

It was the Netflix series that had us all captivated. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that Wisconsin defence attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry...

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21st October 2016 | By nq_admin

Nintendo announces new game console: the Switch

Nintendo are hoping its new console, previously named the NX, will entice the millions of gamers they lost after the release of the Nintendo WiiU...

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18th October 2016 | By nq_admin

Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight, by Travi$ Scott: Review

Identity is an integral part of your personality; it’s an important thing. It’s possibly the most important thing when it comes to musicians. For most...

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10th October 2016 | By nq_admin

My Scientology Movie review – Louis Theroux’s documentary film turned surreal thriller

Reaching out through Twitter seemed to be a logical starting place for Louis Theroux’s new BBC produced documentary film about the mysterious religion. Not much...

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7th October 2016 | By helen heath

Review: Louis Theroux – Savile: Behind the façade of a predator

While we have all heard about the horrific abuse Savile managed to get away with for decades, it is somehow more real and involving, when...

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20th May 2016 | By nq_admin

Tale of American Civil War at Hope Mill Theatre

Winner of the 1990 Tony Award for Best Score, Jason Robert Brown’s heart-rending musical is done immense justice in Manchester’s newest fringe venue, the Hope...

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3rd May 2016 | By nq_admin

Butterfly in Blood at RNCM opera tells story of Holocaust

Butterfly in Blood takes the audience on a journey through the torment and agony that the Jews suffered at the Nazi concentration camps. During this improvised...

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7th March 2016 | By nq_admin

Review: Romeo and Juliet performance by Birmingham Royal Ballet judged magical and flawless

There is something about Birmingham Royal Ballet in which they seem to bring a sense of magic to the stage, every production by the famous...

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3rd March 2016 | By nq_admin

Beckett’s Endgame thrills at Home

Endgame is one of Samuel Beckett’s many masterpieces, it’s a play about the end and the thoughts and feelings of four people as the end...

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8th February 2016 | By nq_admin

Help Celebrate Manchester’s Independent Music

Antwerp Mansion in Rusholme plans to launch The Sessions of March for the second year running following a Kickstarter initiative celebrate the thriving independent music...

18th January 2016 | By nq_admin

Music Graduate Shortlisted for Top Award from BBC

by Ellie Danson A graduate from Manchester Metropolitan has been shortlisted for prestigious award Young Folk Musician of the Year 2016. Jack Patchett, who recently...

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26th November 2015 | By nq_admin

Crazy Pedro’s – Review

Crazy Pedro’s is exactly like its name: crazy. I am your typical fussy eater. I’m a plain cheese and tomato or pepperoni kind of girl,...

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22nd November 2015 | By nq_admin

Why Black Friday will be the worst day in every retail worker’s life

  For most of us poor, university students we are doomed to the retail life as the only means of making some extra money for...