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3rd December 2018 | By H.Austin

Oscar Jerome Lights up Gloomy Soup Kitchen Basement

The Soup Kitchen in the Northern Quarter is the venue for tonights gig, the dark and dingy basement almost looking inviting as orange nad purple...


3rd December 2018 | By Callum McLeod

Blossoms Cause Fan Frenzy With Spontaneous Hometown Gig

It’s been quite a while since Blossoms have played to a crowd this small, but 250 lucky punters managed to grab tickets to a surprise...


3rd December 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Connan Mockasin exudes character in live performance at Manchester Dancehouse theatre

Designed in the late 1800’s, The Dancehouse Theatre unsuspiciously sits between a Ladbrokes and Greggs on the busy Oxford Road. Not expecting much, I was...


3rd December 2018 | By nq_admin

Christian Reilly at Liverpool’s famous Hot Water Comedy Club

Reilly entered the stage screaming for himself, imitating a crowd cheer as the audience were initially silent – “I’m from Nottingham, so you have a...

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2nd December 2018 | By Michael Daniels

Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” breaks Vevo record

Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” has been a huge worldwide hit before the video was even released. Reaching the top spot on both sides of...


30th November 2018 | By Anousheh Yazdani

Theatre Review: True West starring Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn

Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn star in a new West End production of Sam Shepard’s conceptual thriller, True West. The British actors and singer-songwriter status that Flynn has to his name,...


28th November 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Emma Blackery Owns The Stage at Manchester Academy

    No longer just the girl who makes videos in her bedroom, Youtuber, turned pop star Emma Blackery owned the stage on Saturday night...


24th November 2018 | By Sean Anderson

A Trunch-mendous performance from Bertie Carvel makes Matilda a must-see musical

At last, the wait is over. One of the most anticipated musicals of the 21st century has travelled from the West End all the way...

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23rd November 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: The Maids cast use their raw energy to keep audiences guessing how real the play is

Self-described as a ‘deadly game of ritual, role-play and rubber gloves’, The Maids is a performance well ahead of its time as it toys around...


22nd November 2018 | By Amelia Brook

Review: New Fantastic Beasts film is much darker than its predecessor but is still magical

Johnny Depp as Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts, Crimes of Grindelwald. Photo Credit: Warner Bros Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, is the second film in the...


19th November 2018 | By Sarai Van-Cook

Review: The Vulnerables deliver a soulful and authentic performance at Lock 91

The Vulnerables are a Manchester based six-piece alternative rock band with a difference – in that lead vocalist Ruby Sherwood-Martin performs alongside both her dad...


14th November 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Rudimental send crowd into frenzy at O2 Apollo in Manchester

Rudimental are an English drum and bass band who first rose to the scenes in 2012 after patiently releasing singles for a year in 2011. The...


13th November 2018 | By nq_admin

Australian filmmaker spreads awareness of endometriosis with release of new film ‘Endo & Us’

Katie Macqueen, 32, released her first short film ‘Endo & Us’ in October to spread awareness for gynaecological condition endometriosis.  The 16-minute film which took three years...


13th November 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Unsigned band Nights Tribunal get good reception of new material at the Live Rooms

A snapped bass string wasn’t enough to spoil the night as unsigned heavy rock band Nights Tribunal dominated the crowd with their newly released five song EP. Each member...


12th November 2018 | By Andrew Wong

From cosplay to lessons in traditional Japanese etiquette – Doki Doki Japanese festival comes to Manchester

Doki Doki is yearly Japanese festival held in Manchester Sugden Sports Center that is open to people of all ages who have an interest in...


10th November 2018 | By Amy Bevan

Pale Waves send crowd into raptures at sold out O2 Ritz gig

Originally from Manchester and launched into the world in 2014, Pale Waves have burst onto the music scene with their unique style and even crazier...


8th November 2018 | By Katherine Relton-Grice

Review: Calendar Girls the Musical exposes the reality of grief

The award-winning production Calendar Girls the Musical takes to the stage at The Lowry as part of a nine-month UK tour. Co-written by Gary Barlow...


8th November 2018 | By Andrew Wong

Review: New anime film Mirai tells coming-of-age story while travelling through time

Mirai is a Japanese animated film produced by Studio Chizu and directed by Mamoru Hosoda. Hosoda is known for such critically acclaimed animated films, such...


5th November 2018 | By Megan Luke

Incredible Hulk star Lou Ferrigno among stars appearing in Manchester as For the Love of Sci Fi makes its return

For the Love of Sci-Fi is a convention which encourages fans to dress up as their favourite characters and gives them the  opportunity to see some...


4th November 2018 | By [email protected]

Manchester Christmas lights switch on 2018 brings out the stars

Christmas 2018 was triggered with the push of a button at Manchester’s Albert Square as music filled the streets and fireworks lit up the sky....