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,...


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...


2nd November 2018 | By Dan Gough

Videogames Live Celebrate 480th Concert

  Videogames Live concert kicked off with Castlevania. As with all Videolive Game concerts they show segments of the various different videogames up on the...


6th October 2017 | By nq_admin

Manchester Museum awakens with interactive performances from refugees

Manchester Museum is coming to life this weekend with a celebration of refugee culture and history through song and dance.  The Flying Carpets show tomorrow (Saturday) is...


8th May 2017 | By nq_admin

Small Steps Festival coming to Manchester’s Northern Quarter

A new arts and music festival is debuting in Mancehster later this week. Predominantly an arts activism festival, Small Steps will be showcasing the work...


28th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Art Review – Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers at Manchester City Art Gallery

2017, the year when Donald Trump brought a ‘Muslim Ban’ into place which sent airports and countries around the world into chaos. Just days before...

Vogue 100 - A Century of Style

17th March 2017 | By jackwright

Exhibition Review: Vogue 100 – A Century of Style

A collaborative curation by Vogue’s contributing editor Robin Muir and The National Portrait Gallery, the show was recently transferred from a popular run in London...


16th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Is Fallowfield’s student culture dying?

Manchester has a thriving student population with over 85,000 students spread across three universities within the city. Like any other city, Manchester has areas in...

LS Lowry at Manchester Art Gallery.

16th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Exhibition Review: LS Lowry at Manchester Art Gallery

One of the most recognisable names in British art and a symbol of the North that portrays working class life in Manchester and Greater Manchester,...

Natalie Wardle, Modern Art and Retro music.

16th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Culture Review: Natalie Wardle, modern art and retro music

Modern art is a term loosely thrown around banded between different styles, tastes and forms. However, the nature of modern artist itself is constantly changing...

Jack Whitehall at Large at the Manchester Arena

15th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Comedy Review: Jack Whitehall at Manchester Arena

Jack Whitehall: At Large tour saw him perform two nights at the Manchester Arena. The 28 year old posh man-child returns to his university stomping...

Dave Draws

15th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Artist Feature: Dave Draws

Dave Gee, or as we know him Dave Draws, is a 26 year old from Chesterfield who has a superb talent. He is a doodle...


15th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Culture Review: Graffiti in The Northern Quarter

Manchester has many renowned art galleries scattered across the city. From the Whitworth Art Gallery that holds paintings created by the likes of Pablo Picasso,...

Oasis Exhibit at Central Library

15th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Art Review: Oasis DNA

Manchester Central is currently housing the Oasis DNA exhibition, which is a total contrast to the Chasing the Sun exhibition at the Old Granada Studies...


14th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Culture Review: The Comedy Store

On the third Sunday of every month, the Comedy Store allows comedians to showcase their new material to a live audience. The evening started with...