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Manchester has re-invented itself as a hotbed of arts and 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.

A New ‘HOME’ for the Arts in Manchester

HOME is a wonderful 'multi-art complex' that will open in Spring 2015...

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...

Three day micro-festival offers fusion of homegrown talent with Belgium’s best...

Premium Belgian lager Heverlee arrives in Manchester next month, launching a three-day micro-festival in Mayfield Depot's abandoned arches. The festival will showcase a mixture of...

It’s Now or Never: People’s History Museum to open for US...

Will the morning of 9 November 2016 see the first woman to enter the White House as president or will Donald Trump prevail? Whether you're...

No place like HOME’s first birthday celebrations – featuring rooftop festival,...

Manchester’s international centre for contemporary visual art, theatre and film, is celebrating its first birthday from Friday night till Sunday night, 20 May to Sunday 22 May 2016, with roving musicians on the outside square, a chilled out Rooftop Festival, a chance to play your own vinyl, and the chance to contribute to a very special birthday work of art

We tried Adam Reid’s Great British Menu as seen on TV...

Manchester viewers were delighted to see chef Adam Reid of The French restaurant at the Midland Hotel successfully progress from the northern heats of...

The day a Hollywood legend came to an industrial estate in...

I’ve lived in Manchester my entire life but couldn't have told you where The White Hotel is.  Until last Saturday. It's not a hotel. It calls itself...

Bongo’s Bingo reveals Christmas dates for Manchester

If you're after a Christmas party with a difference, then Manchester's craziest night out Bongo’s Bingo has just revealed its festive dates for the...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Jon Shard, Advertising Photographer

Stockport-born Jon Shard has worked in the industry for nearly twenty years. He started out photographing bands like the Manic Street Preachers and working for...

Preview: Little Men at HOME – a heartfelt new film by...

Manchester is a fantastic city for cinephiles. We have festivals, we host premieres, we drink at bars that screen movies during happy hour so...

Be More Martyn: new play to celebrate life of Manchester terror...

Martyn Hett was a 29-year-old who loved life, pop music, and Manchester. He was known for how much he adored the culture of the...

Review: Mike Leigh’s Peterloo is a powerful, intelligent and heartfelt film...

The Peterloo Massacre took place in 1819, in St. Peter's Field, when the government ordered a brutal military charge into a working class crowd...

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