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    Manchester Pride 2019: Marching Towards A Future World of Equality

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    By Kamila SebestovaPhotography: Ronnie Moore  aAh! reports from the annual parade and interviews drag queen performer Cherry Valentine. Thousands of people unite in the streets of Manchester to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community over the August bank holiday weekend. This year’s Pride celebrations kicked off on Friday, followed by the main parade on Saturday, performances from…

  • Culture

    Review: Tao of Glass | Manchester International Festival

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    By Janet LaFonatine Photography: Tristram Kenton As the house lights go down in the Royal Exchange Theatre a single spotlight remains lit, picking out a middle-aged man in the front row, who seems oblivious to the light shining on him. A minute or so of confusion follows as the audience nervously giggle amongst themselves, wondering…

  • Culture, Music

    Hello Cosmos: Psychedelic Post-Punk for an Interstellar Frontier

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    By Daniel Broadley  Who said punk is dead? People have been repeating the mantra since 1978, but maybe it never died. Or, maybe it did and was reincarnated through an interstellar wormhole in the form of Hello Cosmos and their trippy new single ‘Frequency Fields’. As part of the new seven-track EP Run For President which…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music, Review

    Live Review: Janelle Monàe @ Castlefield Bowl | Manchester International Festival

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    By Janet LaFontaine  Photography by Priti Shikotra Arriving in Manchester after playing one of the most talked-about sets of Glastonbury Festival the previous weekend, Janelle Monàe turned the Castlefield Bowl into a giant celebration of inclusivity, soul, dance and future-funk that left the audience screaming for more and launched MIF 2019 in spectacular style. Since…

  • Culture, Entertainment, Film, Manchester

    Review: David Lynch at HOME | Manchester International Festival

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    By Callum Baker Manchester’s HOME cinema is currently playing host to David Lynch’s surreal collection of sculptures, collages and paintings as part of this year’s Manchester International Festival. The festival is seeing various corners of the city transformed into venues for showcasing a dynamic curation of contemporary works across various art forms. What sets Lynch’s…

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