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Manchester has re-invented itself as a hotbed of culture. Our creative city is brimming with love for the arts. It’s bursting with enough galleries, museums, concert halls, libraries, and theatres to keep the most devout culture vulture happy and more festivals than you can shake a stick at.

Got an authentic northern face? This could be your big chance...

Do you look like you’ve had a hard life? Like you've had too many early mornings and too many late nights? Too many fags...

10 quirky things to do and places to go on a...

Unusual first dates in Manchester allow you to avoid falling into the trap of predictability. Getting together for a bit of scran will always...

The elephant who walked from Edinburgh to Manchester

World Elephant Day falls on 12 August every year – an occasion you may think has nothing to do with Manchester. We can’t offer you...

Stars of the 80’s show their love for Manchester at Rewind...

Some of the biggest acts of the 80’s came together last weekend to show their support for the We Love Manchester Fund. The eclectic sound...

Film review: 2000AD by Austin Collings

Austin Collings is clearly a bit of a polymath. As well as being an accomplished writer, cultural commentator and music aficionado, he is also a...

Meet the Manchester actor who performs every Bond movie in a...

A brand new stage production, One Man Bond: Every Bond Movie In 60 Minutes is touring the north of England this autumn. It's written, performed...

Tony Wilson’s place: 10 years after the passing of Mr Manchester

The last time I met Tony Wilson, who died on Thursday 10th August 2007, he had just resigned his job as presenter of Granada...

Leg warmer alert! You can audition for Fame at immersive film...

Manchester arts hub under the arches 53two will become the New York School of Performing Arts for one unforgettable evening later this month with a...

Artists to go head to head in front of live audience...

One of Manchester's best kept secrets will be staging its biggest event to date later this year at the historic Albert Hall. Creatives from across the country...

Review: new Morrissey biopic England is Mine – a film buff’s...

For anyone choosing to watch England is Mine, the unofficial Morrissey biopic released yesterday, one thing will quickly become evident. It’s less like one...

Manchester University students take award-winning puppet play to Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the biggest arts festival in the world. Last year, it featured 50,266 performances of 3,269 shows at 294 venues over...

Review: new Morrissey biopic England is Mine – a fan’s eye...

If you want to sit and hear The Smiths and watch the famous quiff celebrated on screen, this is not the film for you. England...