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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.

Royal wedding gospel choir seeks young singers for Manchester event

Their performance of Stand By Me at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wowed a global television audience of two billion...

The Manchester events and festivals to look forward to in 2019

We all know Manchester’s one of the most exciting cities in the world, and its inclusivity diversity is reflected in the raft of events...

Get best priced tickets for Premier League football, Justin Moorhouse and...

I Love MCR® has teamed up with TickX, the UK’s leading search engine and discovery platform for events, attractions and cinema, to give you...

Why A1’s Ben Adams is wearing corsets and high heels around...

Late nineties and early noughties boy band heartthrob Ben Adams is back performing in Manchester for the next two-and-a-half weeks. The last time he was...

Review: The Rocky Horror Show at the Opera House

Richard O’Brien’s hit musical The Rocky Horror Show has such a faithful following that you could just churn it out like a factory produced...

Manchester Camerata and maverick composer Laura Bowler combine to tackle the...

Antarctica is an immersive work that explores contemporary society's destructive relationship with the planet, provoking the audience to consider that our planet is urgently at risk...

Manchester Pride reveals new location for 2019 festival

Organisers of Manchester Pride have revealed a new location and a new format for the annual LGBT+ festival in August. The music festival will be...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Beverley Callard, actress

Coronation Street legend Beverley Callard has become a household name playing feisty barmaid Liz McDonald. She first appeared in the ITV soap in 1984 as a...

Trailblazing all-female Shakespeare roadshow coming to Salford

Screen versions of a trailblazing all-female Shakespeare Trilogy produced by London theatre Donmar Warehouse is now available to watch for free in all schools...

This is Going to Hurt is a hilarious, horrifying and heartbreaking...

Adam Kay's first book, This is Going to Hurt, was an instant Sunday Times number one bestseller. In fact, it was the bestselling non-fiction...

Three to see this weekend: festivals, family fun and fine wines

The New Year brings lots of new events and activities to the region - theatre, history and culture don't slow down after Christmas. Local history...

Corrie spoilers: new arrivals and more secrets and lies ahead in...

As the residents of Weatherfield welcome a new arrival, it appears another Corrie couple are planning the next new baby. Although, as ever on Coronation...

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