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Susan's a writer and interviewer who loves everything to do with entertainment, food and travel.

Night and Day Cafe: the Northern Quarter music mecca which has survived 27 tumultuous...

With countless businesses cropping up across the Northern Quarter, it’s important to take a moment to celebrate the founding fathers of the area; the...

Meet the Manchester actor who’s starring in the next big TV drama with Sheridan...

Matthew McNulty has spent the last few years in period dress for TV dramas like Jamaica Inn, The Mill, The Musketeers, The Terror and...

The cosiest city and country hideaways to beat the Manchester winter weather

Wintery days require warm, cosy hideaways beckoning you in with the promise of crackling fires, fairy lights and comfort food. Fortunately, we have plenty...

Manchester’s nightlife is flourishing despite a spate of closures says Sacha Lord

It’s been a strange time for Manchester’s nightlife, with a spate of closures announced in a seemingly brief period of time. But despite ominous headlines,...

Hip Hop Chip Shop gets permanent Ancoats home

Five years after launching their boombox trailer, the team behind The Hip Hop Chip Shop are opening their first permanent bricks and mortar premises in...

Meet the brothers bringing tapas to Chapel Street Salford

There seems to be a real buzz about Chapel Street at the moment with an array of independent businesses making a beeline for the...

DJ Justin Robertson on 30 years of Manchester music and his new art exhibition

In a career spanning almost 30 years, DJ and producer Justin Robertson has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry. But...

The Salford Makers encouraging creativity in the community

It’s been over 20 years since I’ve attempted any sort of creative endeavour, so I have to admit it’s with a little trepidation that...

Foundry Project: the NQ’s newest bar opens this weekend

Given the spate of recent closures in the Northern Quarter, you might’ve presumed Bluu in the Old Smithfield Market had also fallen victim. In...

A new co-working space has opened in Manchester – and it offers perks from...

A new co-working concept called Work. Life has opened in Manchester and unlike many soulless spaces that populate the market, this place is promising...

Piccadilly Records turns 40: how has this Manchester institution adapted over the decades?

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Piccadilly Records, the independent record shop that’s become an institution, not only for Manchester but for music fans...

Seven sinful hot chocolates to warm up with in Manchester this winter

Bonfire night’s fizzled out for another year, which means we can set our sights on Christmas and fully embrace the festive build-up. Nothing sums...

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