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February 22, 2020

I know, people don't travel to Louisiana to not partake in the famous local cajun and american south cuisine. They have crawfish on every street corner, 'gator on a stick in every market and gumbo and jambalaya are on every menu. However, New Orleans has a lot more than *just* the food to offer, so this list is for anyone who's drawn to the music, the art, the carnival and more; but wants to know there's options out there for some plant-based goodness. Believe me, there are many!

1. Seed

You'll find newly reopened Seed on Prytania St, just down from Coliseum Square park. It's not far from the WWII Museum, if that's on your list of sights to see. They are 100% plant-...

November 28, 2019

Please note this review originally appeared on North West End and is available to view here.

Priscilla Queen of the Desert burst onto the stage of The Palace Theatre in Manchester for opening night last night leaving a smattering of power pop hits, glitter and kangaroos in her tracks.

25 years since the iconic Aussie film became cornerstone of mainstream drag media, and original stage-Mitzi himself, Jason Donavan, has taken on the producer credits for this all round celebration of high-camp and high-energy drag.

Strictly Come Dancing star Joe McFadden will attract reality TV audiences, but it’s Miles Western as classy but razor sharp Bernadette and Nick Hayes as a sa...

November 23, 2019

After a four year musical hiatus, Manchester indie powerhouse Jack Hyphen launched his long-awaited EP Stops/Changes last Friday to a sold out Sacred Trinity Church.

On the same night folk and blues Co-Headliner James Stephen launched his brand new acoustic rock single 'Just Like That'.

Support came from an array of talented singer songwriters, all with complimenting different styles. First up was Moy Cohen, a 19 year old Mexico born soulful singer armed with his acoustic guitar and melancholy lyrics. His music is heartfelt and speaks of changes in his personal life.

Next up we had ForDaze, a regular on the Manchester open mic circuit, also performing shows everywher...

November 22, 2019

Please note this review originally appeared on North West End and can be found here.

The Opera House Manchester was plunged into darkness suddenly at the start of press night for famous horror story The Exorcist. Shrieks of surprise rippled across the audience as cast members walked amongst us in the blackout, and strobe lights left us all blinking and apprehensive into the opening scenes.

Sadly that was about as much suspense as the two hour performance managed to build, as a true horror fan I found myself wanting more thrills. What this production did exceptionally well however, was to highlight the inner conflict in the disturbing tale between the non-possessed m...

August 1, 2019

Entering The Pankhurst Centre o