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Emily Oldfield

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

Flagship Manchester cultural venue receives £9m Arts Council funding

Flagship cultural venue Factory has been awarded major funding from Arts Council England. The funding, revealed in the latest Arts Council England grant announcements, includes...

Eyes down for a full house: rave bingo is back in Manchester

What do you get when you combine bingo with raving, dance-offs, hands-in-the-air anthems and copious amounts of Coco Pops? Bongo's Bingo, that's rave bingo. It's...

Manchester’s most affordable music festival is back

The Northern Quarter will be taken over by some of the freshest talent in the north this weekend for Sonder Festival. Expect musicians of many genres...

St Peter’s Square transformed into spectacular public space

The years of St Peter’s Square looking like a building site are over. A new water feature has been unveiled in the square to...

Never mind the Sunday roast: the only weekly vegan street food event in the...

Plant Powered Sundays is the latest offering from the people behind GRUB Food Fair and  features vegan-friendly street food and drinks, chilled-out tunes with...

How an old Ancoats mill became one of Manchester’s factories of creativity

Hope Mill is a Grade II listed former cotton spinning mill on the edge of Ancoats which was considered one of the best examples...

21 small Manchester charities that need your help

It's Small Charity Week. Small Charity Week celebrates and raises awareness of the essential work of the UK’s small charity sector who make an invaluable...

Manchester With Love: new music compilation will raise funds for victims of Arena terror...

The musicians of Manchester have come together to create a huge compilation with all proceeds going to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund for the...

11 places to enjoy a perfect picnic in Manchester

It's National Picnic Week, a 10-day initiative to encourage people to get outside, enjoy some sun and maybe a drink or three with their...

Birthplace of Manchester’s own Factory Records gets a blue plaque 

A blue plaque has been unveiled at the birthplace of one of the world's most famous record labels - 86 Palatine Road, West Didsbury, where Factory...

Queer Noise: 50 years of LGBT+ life in Manchester

Manchester’s musical LGBT+ history is explored in a new exhibition coming to The People’s History Museum. Queer Noise features artefacts, imagery, film and music from...

MediaCity salon offers free treatments to Arena attack emergency services personnel

A MediaCity salon is hosting a day of free treatments for emergency services personnel  who supported the people of Manchester during the 22nd May terrorist...

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