Jsky hosted his annual fashion night in proud association with charity Forever Manchester following his recent appointment as brand ambassador. Sponsored by Rich Protein and Intense Clothing 100 lucky guests enjoyed fashion from clothing brands Rene K, Incarnate, Mirror Image, Hagh UK and Intense Clothing with live music by Jsky, Tre Amici, China Lane, Misha B and Seann Miley Moore at The Living Room, Manchester. “Jsky really has his thumb on the pulse of Manchester so I’m fascinated to see what happens this evening” – Austin Armacost “I’m here to

Alexandra Burke’s vocals never fail to deliver in the musical adaptation of the much loved movie classic Sister Act. Despite not featuring any of the original songs from the movie made famous by Whoopi Goldberg, new classics were loved such as Fabulous, Baby and Take Me To Heaven. The sassy role of Deloris Van Cartier is brought to life with spectacular numbers, reminding the audience why they once fell in love with the X Factor winner who made television history by duetting with Beyonce Knowles back in 2008 whilst being mentored by Cheryl Cole. Directed by Craig Revel Horwood,

Stars of the summer blockbuster Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets descended upon the city of London for the European premiere. The movie features famous friends Rihanna and Cara Delevingne alongside movie veteran Clive Owen. They were joined on the blue carpet by a host of UK TV stars including Jorgie Porter, Gemma Collins and Ollie Locke. Whilst the movie has received mixed reviews, that has not slowed ticket sales at the box office. Red Carpet Arrivals Images: Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images Europe

Frank Ocean crowned Manchester’s Parklife in what was his first UK festival performance since 2014. Bringing the weekender to an impressive end, the acclaimed singer songwriter opened his main stage set with ‘Solo’, while his set also included hits ‘Chanel’ and ‘Thinkin Bout You’. Manchester four-piece The 1975 rounded off Saturday’s proceedings with a homecoming performance on the main stage, which followed a touching tribute to the terror attack in the city last month. Lead singer Matt Healy joined festival directors, the Manchester City Councillor Pat Karney, ex-Major Carl Austin-Behan,

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