Articles tagged with: FC United of Manchester
As a thanks to all the regulars, visitors, punters, volunteers and acts who have supported Malcomses this season ALL FOOD WILL BE FREE on Saturday. We also have a great band for you called Sam Smith and Company, who will be playing for the traditional 22 minutes at about 2.22pm.
John the Poet returns to his ancestral home after a long break recuperating from teetotalism and fruit.
Plus, Margy is feeling confident following a recent run of good form and has therefore agreed to do a Question and Answer session…
People who wouldn’t dream of breaking into song in any other part of their lives relax into the communality of the occasion.
Course You Can Malcolm will be hosted by TNS Records this Saturday.
…bass player who has committed Bootscraping suicide by getting a job.
The tater ash and cheese pies return from their Christmas holiday to please our stomachs and soothe our souls.
…… leave when the bouncers start beating you about the head with a wet sausage.
To entertain us on Boxing Day, we are pleased to welcome Katja Hill. Katja is an actress who is visiting from Durham, North Carolina, USA.
She will be performing an excerpt from ‘Tragedy: a tragedy’ a …
The Malcolmses crew have been getting giddily festive. There are rumours that reindeer are bringing the beer and there are definitely home-baked mince pies and other Christmas sweet treats on offer. For those of you …
The extraordinary attendance of Malcolmses at the last home match is to be investigated by Manchester Metropolitan Police.
Police suspect foul play and there are allegations that a tiny secretive sect of East Manchester communists.
Everyone remembers the first record they got. Mine was, rather shamefully, the Frog Song (aka: We all stand together) by Paul McCartney and Rupert the Bear.
I didn’t actually go to the shop to get it …
Saturday sees the first Course You Can Malcolm of the new season. The sixth year (no, it can’t be? Yes, really) of Malcolmses will continue to play its part in contributing to our club, both …
Those existing in money, know nothing of the love and wonder that exist without it and among people so much richer in thought and feeling, and the warmth that only one who lives for nothing but goodness, can experience.
A Fine Lung Manchester: Spirit, Patience, Gentleness issue eight is out now and will be sold at FC United matches until the end of the season and can be purchased from Cornerhouse, Manchester city centre and the Working Class Movement Library on The Crescent, Salford. Otherwise, click on ‘Buy issues of A Fine Lung’ on the menu bar above to get a copy sent to you…
This Saturday in Malcolmses we welcome The Last Party. Described by Clint Boon as ‘The bastard child of The Stooges and The Supremes’ they’ll do for us. We’ve been trying to get them on for a while now so we’re dead happy they’re playing for us.
Press release issued at 00:01 hrs on 16 March 2012
Supporters of fan-owned, co-operative football club FC United of Manchester are celebrating today after raising over £1.6m from a community share issue to help fund a …
A quick search on google for the name of Saturday’s turn ‘The Montoyas’, brings up the TV show High Chaparral, a couple of naked models, a porn star and a Columbian racing driver. Don’t get your hopes/heckles up – none of these shall be appearing at Course You Can Malcolm any time soon.
A crowded room full of FC United fans waiting for a match on a Saturday afternoon can’t particularly be an easy crowd to please. By Lottie Buckley
Murdoch and his mates, aka the dibble, have thrown up a nasty fixture clash for FC United again on Saturday, but fear not for those of us who don’t dance to Sky TV’s tune, there is Course You Can Malcolm.
Course You Can Malcolm, the Manchester club night in the afternoon, which takes place at the wrong end of the tram tracks, hosted two great acts on Saturday, prior to FC United’s 2-0 win…
There is a lovely Spanish word, most popular in latin American countries and Cuba, that describes a gathering of like-minded people for an artistic event containing music, poetry, drink, food and general social enjoyment, usually with a left-leaning political audience.
There has been much discussion over the coverage afforded by local media to FC United’s plans for a ground in Moston. We have an interview with one of the main protagonists in Saturday’s official FC United matchday programme, where he is asked to explain the behaviour of the Manchester Evening News.