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'How the horses all turn to face Manchester' - all aboard the Poetry Train

Northern has teamed up with Manchester Literary Festival to celebrate the local literary landscape

Beyond the city: how to spend a weekend in... Didsbury

In a new feature, Carolyn Yates scopes out the best things to do, eat and...

Rita Ora to headline Manchester Pride (and there's Bongo's Bingo too)

Alexandra Burke, Pete Tong and Sigala also amongst line-up for The Big Weekend (24-27 August)

Richard Dawkins joins Bluedot line-up

The controversial biologist will discuss his latest book, Science in the Soul, as part of...

2018 06 07 History History History

History History History - a love letter to Hungarian grandparents

Andrea Sandor speaks to Deborah Pearson about her experimental theatre piece, showing live at the...

2018 06 05 The Halle 1

Halle St Peter's ambitious £4.3m transformation begins

Work on the orchestra’s flagship venue in Ancoats will finish next autumn

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Slow motion greatness – cult author Jeff Noon is back

Danny Moran speaks to the man who spins rainbows out of ideas

170728 Caribbean Carnival

A century of Black and Asian heritage in Manchester

On the anniversary of WW1, Historic England are mapping 100 years of BAME heritage

2018 05 21 Jodrell Bank First Light 1

New £20.5m gallery to launch at Jodrell Bank

‘First Light’ will celebrate the observatory’s global reputation in the history of astronomy

2017 05 17 Hebden Bridge 1

'How the horses all turn to face Manchester' - all aboard the Poetry Train

Northern has teamed up with Manchester Literary Festival to celebrate the local literary landscape

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Fancy joining a Manchester Day WoW workshop?

With preparations well underway for the annual parade (Sunday 17 June), now’s your chance to...

2018 05 03 Manchester Jazz Festival By Steven Sibbald

5 reasons to visit Manchester Jazz Festival this summer

From Discolypso to jazz brunch and Spiegeltents…why not jazz up your July?

2018 05 03 Cherry Orchard

Theatre review - The Cherry Orchard, Royal Exchange

Andrea Sandor on why Chekhov’s final play is one you need to see

Beyond the city: how to spend a weekend in... Didsbury

In a new feature, Carolyn Yates scopes out the best things to do, eat and...

Rita Ora to headline Manchester Pride (and there's Bongo's Bingo too)

Alexandra Burke, Pete Tong and Sigala also amongst line-up for The Big Weekend (24-27 August)

Richard Dawkins joins Bluedot line-up

The controversial biologist will discuss his latest book, Science in the Soul, as part of...

'How the horses all turn to face Manchester' - all aboard the Poetry Train

Northern has teamed up with Manchester Literary Festival to celebrate the local literary landscape

2018 04 27 This House 2

Theatre review - This House, The Lowry

Joan Davies sees a show about 1970s politics, which is packed with comedy and truth

2018 04 23 Jesus Statue 5

Why is there a statue of a homeless Jesus in St Ann’s Square?

The life-size bronze figure was unveiled this afternoon by two local homeless men

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5 ways to celebrate World Book Night in Manchester

From sharing your favourite childhood read to joining the world’s oldest lit society, we’ve got...

2018 04 17 Contact Cgi 1

Contact Theatre needs £500,000 to 'finish the job'

The theatre has raised over £6 million towards its ambitious redevelopment, now for the final round…

2018 04 17 St  Johns Collective 1

Ambitious new orchestra announces first show

Few other ensembles span Glastonbury openers to musical newbies…see St John’s Collective perform this month...

2018 04 05 Richard Dawkins

Richard Dawkins joins Bluedot line-up

The controversial biologist will discuss his latest book, Science in the Soul, as part of...

2018 04 05 John Cooke

Free digital art exhibition to celebrate Greater Manchester

‘Technology: Past & Future’ (9 April-4 May) will feature artists from each of the...

2018 02 06 Tim Garner

Tim Garner: the ‘new urbanist’ capturing Manchester

After twenty years across the Channel, one artist’s rekindled a romance with his native North...

2017 11 20 Contact 2

Council awards £1.1m to local arts organisations

Fifteen groups will receive four-year funding, from Streetwise Opera to Castlefield Gallery and The Edge

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