Blue Bell-Bhuiyan

Multimedia Journalist

Draws comics and writes news, preferably simultaneously.

Hong Kong


Time Out Manchester

Five things you learn on Manchester night buses

We've all been faced with the night bus at some point. Whether it's because you've missed the last train or tram, or because you can't quite stretch to a taxi after a few extra...

Press Gazette

How print is still a growing market for some UK magazines

While average UK magazine circulations fell down by 5.3% in the first half of this year some titles continue to buck the trend and grow sales. News and current affairs titles...

Time Out Manchester

Little and large: Manchester in seven music venues

It rains, it pours, it's grey, the takeaways are distinctly dodgy and the infrequency of public transport past midnight is a distinct planning flaw...but no one can be down on...

International Journalism Festival, Web Magazine

Interview: Annie Machon on Intelligence, Spies, and Journalism

Press Gazette

Man sues French media over claim broadcasts put his life in danger during terrorist attack

Lilian Lepere is suing French radio and television stations after accusing them of endangering his life during the Paris attacks, the Guardian reports. Seventeen people were...

Broken Frontier

Growing Up, Gender and What it Means to Be a Girl: Liz Prince on Her Graphic Memoir 'Tomboy'

Liz Prince's Tomboy should be required reading for all school groups. It's a fantastic, witty and touching story about identity, growing up, finding your place and what it...

The Skinny NW

The Sweetest Revival: A Taste of Honey | Theatre Interview | The Skinny

Feature by Conori Bell-Bhuiyan. There are a handful of plays that never leave our stage, remaining relevant and touching to us all. Shelagh Delaney's social realist classic, A...

A Younger Theatre

Interview: Rebecca Ryan

Shelagh Delaney's A Taste of Honey was a landmark in British theatre - one of the 'kitchen sink' dramas that revolutionised theatre as an art form - and drew on issues of race,...

The Skinny NW

Away From Home @ The Lowry, Salford | Theatre Review | The Skinny

Kudos to any actor who begins a play walking on stage stark naked with nothing but a hastily grabbed towel. Such is the entrance of solo performer Rob Ward (who is also...

A Younger Theatre

Feature: Playwright Tom Morton-Smith

Sat at a table in an empty office floor space, Tom Morton-Smith mulls over his latest play script. The actors are taking a lunch break and the floor is divided up with squares...

The Skinny NW

Once More, with Feeling: re:play Festival 2014

Now in its seventh year, the Library Theatre Company's annual re:play festival is a chance to see some of the best of the last year's new or fringe theatre that you might have...

The Skinny NW

Venue of the Month: Contact, Manchester

On the approach to Manchester's Contact theatre, Oxford Road - currently welcoming its newest batch of university freshers - is as buzzing as the venue's new artistic director,...


the storyteller

Hipsters vs. Punks: Class War protest gentrification at Brick Lane's Cereal Killer Cafe

Last Saturday activist group Class War took to the streets of Shoreditch to protest gentrification in London in the lastest of three 'Fuck Parades'.

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Ireland votes to legalise same-sex marriage

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