• Lifestyle, Manchester

    Oxjam Music Festival comes to Salford

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    Humanity Hallows Issue 4 Out Now! Pick up your copy on campus or read online. This Friday Islington Mill hosts Oxjam Rocktober. But what is Oxjam? “Oxjam began in 2006, with the aim of creating a network of music-loving people across the UK, all united by a shared goal – to raise money to fight poverty…

  • Creative

    Creative: Manchester!

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    By Helen Clarke Where Coronation Street is so familiar you know it only as The Street When the cobbles are always cracked and you know they won’t get mended When every band that comes to town plays Oasis as tribute Where Wonderwall rings out from 42s when the night has ended Why are they always…

  • Manchester, News, Review

    Manchester United Stadium Tour

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    By Helen Clarke Manchester to many people means football and football, to many Mancunians, of course, means Manchester United. Humanity Hallows recently had the pleasure of taking a guided tour around Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium, a dream day out for any United fan! First stop, Manchester United’s museum which marks the club’s progression from…

  • Entertainment, Interview, Manchester, Review

    Eliza And The Bear Come To Manchester

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    By Helen Clarke Humanity Hallows caught up with London-based band Eliza And The Bear at Fopp Manchester after a pre-gig acoustic set and album signing. James Kellengher (lead vocals, guitar), Callie Noakes (vocals, keyboards), Martin Dukelow (vocals, guitar), Chris Brand (bass), Paul Kevin Jackson (drums) took centre stage and performed acoustic versions of “Oxygen”, “Friend” and “Light It…

  • Lifestyle, Manchester, News

    Young Creatives Celebrated at Manchester Met Exhibition

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    By Helen Clarke Last week, Manchester Metropolitan University (Manchester Met) hosted the Out of Schools exhibition at the Manchester School of Art. Out of Schools has been running for more than nine years and it aims to celebrate the creative achievements of young people in different schools and bring them together for a collaborative showcase….

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