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Take a look around the new MIF Festival Square

From debauched discotheque to gourmet fast food and gay choirs, here's 8 reasons to visit...

Bluedot Festival 2017 - Review & Gallery

Blessed are the geeks, for they shall inherit the earth

5 Great (and Cheap) Family Days Out in Manchester

Local family blog Rainy City Kids has put together a series of days out in...

Could theatre save Heaton Hall?

Every year, from June to September, a diverse theatrical season will inhabit the Grade I...

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10 top North West chefs come together for industry fundraiser

Mark Poynton, Nigel Haworth and Paul Heathcote among the line-up for Northern Lights Dinner at...

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Theatre review - Dirty Dancing, Palace Theatre

This high-energy performance is visually fantastic, but lacks a little chemistry

Colin Stetson Mif 2017

MIF 2017 - Dark Matter: Colin Stetson, Reviewed

Alun Richards grasps for animal metaphors to describe the saxophonist’s primal sound

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First Street readies for Friedrich Engels' HOMEcoming party

Manchester International Festival draws to a close in Tony Wilson Place this weekend

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MIF 2017 - 10,000 Gestures, Reviewed

Joan Davies gives full marks to this inventive and challenging subversion of dance

Portico Quartet

MIF 2017 - Portico Quartet, Reviewed

Jonathan Payne goes to see the wrong band - and gets a welcome surprise

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Man vs Eccles Cake - American food TV star samples Manchester treat

Man vs Food star Adam Richman is in town for meaty BBQ bus tour

Kojey Radical Gig 1

MIF 2017 - Dark Matter: Kojey Radical, Reviewed

Clare Conlon enjoys powerful stuff from this emerging talent

170712 Cotton Panic 5

MIF 2017 - Cotton Panic, Reviewed

Heavy metal gig, theatre performance, history lesson? Vicky Smith on a show trying to be...

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Bluedot Festival 2017 - Review & Gallery

Blessed are the geeks, for they shall inherit the earth

Take a look around the new MIF Festival Square

From debauched discotheque to gourmet fast food and gay choirs, here's 8 reasons to visit...

Could theatre save Heaton Hall?

Every year, from June to September, a diverse theatrical season will inhabit the Grade I...

5 Great (and Cheap) Family Days Out in Manchester

Local family blog Rainy City Kids has put together a series of days out in...

170710 Mif Returning To Reims 1

MIF 2017 - Returning to Reims, Reviewed

Joan Davies looks forward to seeing more productions like Ostermeier’s compelling world premiere when The...

Bluedot 2017 Saturday Orbital Lovell 4

Bluedot Festival 2017 - Review & Gallery

Blessed are the geeks, for they shall inherit the earth

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Can you find Manchester’s 58 BookBenches?

A trail of literary-inspired seats will pop up across the city today, as part of...

The Welcoming Party Mif 2017 Cast Of The Welcoming Party At Manchester International Festival Credit Jonathan Keenan 02

MIF 2017 - Welcoming Party, Reviewed

Lucy Tomlinson thinks this immersive and emotionally-charged kids show should be one for the adults...

Mif 17 Interdependence Technology

MIF 2017 - Interdependence: We need to talk about technology

We're totally f*cked, but there’s potential for resistance, writes Alun Richards

Mif 2017 Sampha Albert Hall

MIF 2017 - Sampha, Reviewed

L’Oréal Blackett adores the singer-songwriter’s soul and synths

Available Light Mif 2017

MIF 2017 - Available Light, Reviewed

This is an astonishing piece with probably the mostly perfectly synchronous dancers I’ve ever seen...

What If Women Ruled The World Manchester International Festival 2017 Credit Tristram Kenton 224

MIF 2017 - What if Women Ruled the World? Reviewed

Lucy Tomlinson enters the war room for this slightly awkward sci-fi performance project

Last And First Men Mif 2017

MIF 2017 - Last and First Men, Reviewed

This is an gripping new work, when you can hear it all - Sarah-Clare Conlon

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