Art & Design

Emmeline Pankhurst unveiled as Manchester’s first female statue for more than...

Sculptor Hazel Reeves has been announced as the designer who will create the new statue of Emmeline Pankhurst in Manchester. The statue, called Rise Up...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Andrew Brooks, Photographer

Essex-born photographer Andrew Brooks came to Manchester over twenty years ago to study Documentary Photography at Stockport College. He archives the beauty of our...

Three to see this weekend: curly kale, Craig David and cultural...

The events this weekend will have you flailing your arms in the air to the slick vibes of Craig David, getting into the Spanish...

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

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...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Lucy Dusgate, Digital Producer, Quays Culture...

Lucy Dusgate grew up in High Peak. After many years travelling the globe and building a career in creative digital programming, she now sources and...

Three to see this weekend: films, feminism and a tattoo tea...

For all of those who fancy it, Leeds lads The Kaiser Chiefs are in town. If you’re not a huge fan of their music...

Homeless artists launch exhibition at city centre hotel

According to official statistics released this month, the number of rough sleepers in Greater Manchester has increased by 41%. This is just a snapshot and the...

Three to see this weekend: home bakes, Swan Lake, and avoiding...

Spend the day rifling through pretty flower bouquets, sampling homemade street food and perusing artisan booze at the Northern Quarter Makers Market. If you're...

Factory Communications exhibits go on display at Museum of Science and...

A series of exhibits celebrating the archives of Factory Communications Ltd – the legendary team behind Factory Records, the Haçienda and Dry Bar –...

Manchester’s newest gallery launches latest art exhibition

The Saul Hay Gallery is Ian and Catherine Hay’s way of supporting the fine art scene in Manchester and across the north west, having...

WONDER WOMEN: for superheroines and demi-goddesses!

Manchester’s annual feminist festival returns this March for the fourth year running with a programme of film, talks, workshops and exhibitions.

Get your pens out: OverDrawn is back with a monthly residency...

Overdrawn? Lots of people are in January. That’s why it’s the perfect time of year for the return of OverDrawn for a monthly residency...