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LIVE REVIEW: SHADOWPARTY

Now it is officially Springtime and despite what you read in the papers, life goes on. And if you enjoy your music - there's plenty to be excited about right now. For ShadowParty were in town on Thursday. SUPERGROUP Made up of members from Devo and

BEING FRANK SIDEBOTTOM

Chris Sievey. You may not have heard of this incredibly artistic, talented individual. But he, was Frank Sidebottom. And we think you need to know all about him. Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story gives us everything. Cataloguing his life and wor

THE (OSCAR) FAVOURITE(?)

Not usually one for period dramas but on a cold January morning I decided to take a visit to Manchester's Home cinema to see what all the fuss was about with the Oscar favourite The Favourite. With nominations across the awards season and British act...

WELCOME BACK MARY POPPINS!

Wow, what a wonderful sequel! You'll know already that we here at The Journalix love Disney. I've been fully immersed in Cherry Tree Lane since seeing Julie Andrews become Mary Poppins as a child, but Mary Poppins Returns is a fabulous film and ev

GIG: LIAM GALLAGHER

We secured our tickets months ago, and watched the social media and TV coverage of all the festivals he’s played this summer. But tonight’s the night us Mancunians have been waiting for. Liam’s biggest solo gig to date. 50,000 fans, all ages, all the...

DOCUFILM REVIEW: WHITNEY

We were lucky enough to attend a preview of the docufilm 'Whitney' earlier this week. Having heard good things the film opens with the shiny pop of Whitney Houston and exactly how I first knew her. Flashes of the video 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody', ...

LIVE REVIEW: FUTURE BODIES

Future Bodies, Home Theatre - Fuck It

We were lucky enough to be invited along to the press night for Future Bodies this week, a play which is part of the Manchester Science Festival and running at HOME Theatre from Fri 28 Sep 2018 – Sat 13 Oct 2018. The tagline is... The future is comi

LIVE REVIEW: THE MANCHESTER PROJECT

What makes me Mancunian? The geography? Sure, I've lived here all my life. My football team of choice? The mighty blues, which also suggests I'm local. My accent? Not quite Liam and Noel but it's clear I'm a Northern girl. A passion for m...

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