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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

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...

Colin Stetson Mif 2017

MIF 2017 - Dark Matter: Colin Stetson, Reviewed

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

Portico Quartet

MIF 2017 - Portico Quartet, Reviewed

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

Kojey Radical Gig 1

MIF 2017 - Dark Matter: Kojey Radical, Reviewed

Clare Conlon enjoys powerful stuff from this emerging talent

170606 Gurrelieder

Classical review - Schoenberg’s Gurrelieder, Bridgewater Hall

It may have been Sunday’s ‘other’ concert but Neil Sowerby found a similar message in...

170404 Craig David Social Copy

Review - Craig David, First Direct Arena

L'Oréal Blackett has missed the singer's patented blend of 'cheese-n-b'

170308 New Islington Sessions

MIF 2017: Festival In My House, Reviewed

Alun Richards watches a string quartet play Hendrix in someone’s kitchen

170201 Wonder Inn 1

Gig Review - Apes Grapes and Plume, Jazz at the Wonder Inn

Alun Richards enjoys some genre-blurring performances at the Northern Quarter’s most exciting jazz night

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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...

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...

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