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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.

Fabulous festive Foodies Festival coming to Tatton Park

Tatton Park will be transformed into a spectacular foodie wonderland for a three-day festive feast for the whole family later this month. Showcasing the best...

The Charlatans perform their most intimate gig ever – in an...

It was light outside. The office space was stripped of the usual desks, computers and workers counting down the hours to the weekend. They were...

A hidden Christmas cinema is coming to Manchester and they’re giving...

Summer isn't the only season that can do quirky film pop-ups. Granted, this time of year the wine may be mulled rather than sparkling...

A Love Actually live cinema experience is hitting Manchester – just...

Nothing brings people together like a good Christmas film. Apart from a bucket of KFC. So it's around this time of year that we’re starting...

Three to see this weekend: festive cheer, drinking beer and taking...

This weekend's picks are an eclectic bunch. For those who haven't tried it, Breakout's new room is a fail safe bet. Grab your woolies and...

Meet the man who visited all 92 football league grounds and...

When Jamie Edwards drew the grounds of Notts County and Nottingham Forest back in 2004, he had no idea that this would be the...

The UK’s biggest music-based literary festival is coming to Manchester

Louder Than Bombs was The Smiths’ 1987 compilation album which featured Salford playwright Shelagh Delaney as its cover star. Louder Than Words, on the other...

Q&A: Manchester soul pioneers Children of Zeus

Without a doubt, neo-soul is having a moment in Manchester. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a huge rise in the number...

Welcome to Manchester, UNESCO City of Literature

Manchester’s rich vein of literary gold - from Elizabeth Gaskell’s classic 19th Century novels to the compelling, award-winning crime thrillers of Val McDermid, who...

Review: Be//Longing at Hope Mill Theatre

“Here are your temporary travel documents. You need to keep this on you at all times,” says a border patrol official, as he hands...

Manchester music legend returns home on last leg of world tour

Peter Hook & The Light will be returning to their home turf in December for a homecoming gig at Manchester Academy. The band are currently...

Three to see this weekend: Christmas lights, bonfire night, and haunted...

Christmas is a magical time in Manchester and, with the leaves changing colour, those pumpkin lattes in full flow and the shops packing in...