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Editorial Assistant and Writer. Lover of music and poetry but mainly Manchester.

31 ways to spoil your mum this Mother’s Day in Manchester – including free...

Just in case you've forgotten, Mother’s Day is on Sunday, 26th March.  Whether you have a mum who is hard to buy for or you fancy...

Review: Bat Out of Hell The Musical hits all the right notes at Opera...

Meatloaf’s Bat Out Of Hell has sold more than 43 million so far and still shifts more than 200,000 copies annually. So how do you...

Manchester International Festival 2017 announces programme for 18 extraordinary days of events

Over 30 of the world’s most extraordinary artists and more than 100 individual events will be coming to town in the summer as part of this...

Manchester will be mobbed by an army of Morrissey fans this weekend

‘Manchester, so much to answer for’ is a line famously penned by Morrissey when he was lead singer of The Smiths back in the...

Sir Ian McKellen opens LGBT rights exhibition at People’s History Museum

“We should all accept the simple fact that we should love each other,” said Sir Ian McKellen, as he launched the a ground-breaking new...

What Pan-Asian eating is all about: Tampopo Supper Club

Fancy an evening of delicious Asian food sharing colourful dishes you've not tried before? That’s the idea behind Tampopo’s Supper Club, a series of evening events taking...

12 places to celebrate Pancake Day 2017 in Manchester

Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day, falls on Tuesday 28th February this year. Whether it's plain old sugar and lemon or something a little more...

Neighbourhood all-day eatery launches awesome afternoon tea

Neighbourhood all-day eatery and late-night bar emerged on the Spinningfields scene in 2012 and received a £1m makeover last year to make it more appealing to...

Celebrate the centenary of the birth of one of Manchester’s greatest writers

Although best known for his novel A Clockwork Orange, later turned into a controversial 1972 film by Stanley Kubrick, Anthony Burgess was a prolific...

Do Manchester’s universities have a freedom of speech problem?

The University of Manchester, MMU and The University of Salford all create a hostile environment for freedom of speech, according to Spiked magazine’s Free...

Locals aim to scupper plans for two towers in Castlefield

Castlefield Estates and the Castlefield Forum are hoping a public inquiry could stop a local company from constructing two towers in the historic Castlefield...

6 places to eat for under a fiver in Manchester

Knowing where to get a great value meal in the city can be tricky, but here's a selection - from fast food favourites to hearty and...

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