• Music, Review

    Live review: Nick Mulvey @ The Albert Hall

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    By Liam Briggs Photography by Georgina Hurdsfield It began as the pews were filling beneath the stained glass skylights of the Albert Hall. People packing between the vaulted arches as smoke seeped into each corner of this relic. The day’s warmth slowly saturated the parquet floors as spectators scuffed the oiled wood below. Nick Mulvey has…

  • Music

    Preview: Nick Mulvey @ The Albert Hall

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    Preview by George Haigh Undoubtedly one of the most anticipated gigs forthcoming to Manchester this month is Nick Mulvey at the Albert Hall on the 18th May. As April showers are left behind and the summer season starts to blossom, there’s something suitably fitting about Mulvey’s return to the stage, with his mesmeric song-list painting a…

  • Film, Review

    Review: Baby Driver

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      Humanity Hallows Issue 6 Out Now Pick up your copy on campus or read online By George Haigh From the infectious opening sequence of the latest Edgar Wright effort, aptly titled Baby Driver, it becomes clear that every shot, every sound, and every screech from the tires of a car chase is entirely palpable. Choreographed…

  • Entertainment, Film, Review

    Review: Alien Covenant

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    Humanity Hallows Issue 6 Out Now Pick up your copy on campus or read online By George Haigh Five years ago, film audiences were left polarised with Ridley Scott’s return to the Alien series in Prometheus, a quasi-prequel to Scott’s original film that was thematically robust but narratively disappointing. A central issue to the divide…

  • Entertainment, Manchester

    Live Review: Ricky Gervais: ‘Humanity Tour’ review – There’s no room for the super sensitive

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    Humanity Hallows Issue 5 Out Now Pick up your copy on campus or read online By George Haigh Ricky Gervais stepped out on to the stage of Manchester’s 02 Apollo for a second consecutive night, unsurprisingly, to cheers from the packed crowd. It’s Gervais’s first stand up tour in seven years, as the Berkshire-born comedian has recently…




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