It's been a little over two years since the Manchester Arena bombing, and last night saw Ariana Grande return to the city to play for only the second time since that night.

Grande's last appearance in the city was at the 'One Love' benefit gig which took place shortly after the attack, in which 22 people died.

She headlined Manchester Pride last night (at a gig that also included sets by Cheryl, Pixie Lott, Banarama and more), and while most attendees enjoyed her set, others slammed organisers for not being clear about certain elements.

Many ticket-holders were turned away when they tried to enter after 7pm, claiming that they had not been informed of the 'last entry' time.

Others complained that her 'headline' set was only 35 minutes long.

See the mixed reaction below: