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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.

Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester recreates suffragette march

Emmeline Pankhurst leads a mini-march of suffragettes wearing the distinctive purple and green colours of the movement in a Lego tribute to the women,...

Why a local photographer is putting ballerinas in the windows of...

Walk down Hilton Street in the Northern Quarter and you’ll find an old office block with 56 different images of ballerinas in the windows,...

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...

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...

UK’s biggest lager festival is coming to Manchester

A huge four-day festival celebrating all things lager is heading to Manchester. We Are Lager is a celebration of the world’s finest lagers, and is...

National Poetry Day 2015: 10 Wonderful Manchester Poets

This annual celebration of the poetic is 21 years old this year...

Review: A Taste of Honey at Oldham Coliseum

It’s easy to forget how influential kitchen sink dramas became in the late 1950s and early 1960s. These films and plays set in poor industrial...

Meet the man who’s writing an encyclopaedia of Manchester

As well as introducing the city’s famous sights, sounds and stories - and revealing its dark secrets - to more than 10,000 tourists a...

Three to see this weekend: a foodie festival, a beauty bash and...

Brace yourself. It’s set to be sunny this weekend. Well, at least between rain showers. This weekend’s three to see will have you dancing...

There’s a Fizz Festival this month inside a stunning historic courthouse

A festival dedicated to all things fizz is returning for its fourth year - at a new location inside an historic former crown court. The...

iPhone Stories: Manchester Sandwiches Filled With Imagination

Each week photographer Simon Buckley visits a different part of Manchester...

The Easter Funny Show at Opera House Manchester

Written, performed and produced by John Thomson and Tam Ryan...

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