‘Happiness café’ tries to tackle Manchester homeless problem

The café, Two For Joy, has recently relocated to Affleck’s Palace in the Northern Quarter. With brightly coloured walls and patterned furniture, the owner Charlotte Ducie explained how her aim is to make everybody leave the café feeling happy. With homelessness in Manchester rising and new figures revealing that one in every 200 people in … More ‘Happiness café’ tries to tackle Manchester homeless problem

Review: The Killers

One of America’s greatest rock bands, The Killers, came to Manchester on the 13th and 14th November to perform at Manchester Arena. The night started off with the first track from their latest album “Wonderful Wonderful”. This had the crowd going from the very start with their fans all singing along to the newly popular … More Review: The Killers

INTERVIEW: Mike Morin

Manchester Storm will retire the #15 jersey on Sunday in honour of Storm legend Mike “Kermit” Morin. Starting his playing career in 1991, Morin, Canadian born and now a Manchester local, became a fundamental part of the club when he joined the Storm in 1996. After spending six years with the club Morin re-joined the … More INTERVIEW: Mike Morin

REVIEW: Clean Cut Kid

After recently supporting Courteeners and The Kooks on their tours, Liverpudlian band Clean Cut Kid are now headlining on their own tour, performing in Manchester’s Sound Control last Friday night. With their debut album Felt realised on the 5th May, the four-piece band have clearly built up a large fan base with a crowd of excited people all gathered around the … More REVIEW: Clean Cut Kid