Interview: The Family Wolves

Article published: Saturday, October 26th 2013

The Family Wolves answer some of MULE’s questions ahead of the Friends of Mule fundraiser on 26 October

Interview: The Yossarians

Article published: Thursday, October 24th 2013

The Yossarians due to headline our Friends of Mule fundraiser gig on Saturday 26 October at Pop Up Bikes, but first they chatted to us about music as a tool for social change, European gigs and mortality.

Review: Black Star: Britain’s Asian Youth Movements

Article published: Monday, October 14th 2013

The launch of ‘Black Star: Britain’s Asian Youth Movements’ by the author Anandi Ramamurthy provided a candid insight into the important role that Asian Youth Movements (AYMs) played in the ongoing negotiation of concepts regarding race and the treatment of ethnic minority groups which still impact upon the way race is perceived in the UK today.

Typical Girls returns tonight at The Star and Garter

Article published: Friday, August 30th 2013

Manchester’s “feminist clubnight” Typical Girls is back for an evening of female fronted music this evening Friday 30 of August at The Star and Garter. All proceeds from the event go to Manchester Action on Street Health (MASH), a charity that supports the rights and welfare of Manchester based sex workers.

Theatre Review: The Young

Article published: Tuesday, July 23rd 2013

If you could live forever, would you? That is the central question posed by the 24:7 production The Young, written by Abi Hynes and showing at 2022NQ. The issues dealt with are (excuse the pun) age-old ones: what happens when we lose our youth, would you want to live forever and are youth and beauty one and the same?

Theatre review: Vienna

Article published: Wednesday, July 17th 2013

MULE reviews Vienna, a play by Nowt Part Of Festival’s artistic director, Mike Francis Carvalho.

Theatre review: Confessions Of A Waitress

Article published: Tuesday, July 16th 2013

The inaugural Nowt Part Of Festival took place from 8-14 July this year. Here, MULE reviews one of its productions.