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Manchester Podcast Festival returns this autumn – here’s what to expect

If you like nothing more than plugging into a podcast when you’re out and about, then take the opportunity to be part of the...

How to celebrate International Women’s Day 2019 in Manchester

It’s International Women’s Day on Friday 8th March, the annual event that celebrates female achievement and focuses attention on the continuing fight for gender...

Three to see this weekend: something for your mind, Transylvania time...

Whether you want to cool down from World Cup Fever or just want to escape it altogether, there are plenty of unique events this...

Manchester poets prepare to do battle at One Mic Stand

It’s notorious, naughty and has a way with words like you wouldn’t believe. Fresh from a highly successful show at famous Berlin theatre Schaubühne, Manchester...

Top 10 Christmas films to watch in quirky Manchester cinemas this...

Nothing brings people together like a good Christmas film. Apart from a bucket of KFC perhaps. It’s around this time of year that we think...

Why the Manchester Folk Festival is one not to be missed

This weekend a new annual folk festival descends on Manchester showcasing the best of contemporary English folk and acoustic roots music. With over 16 concerts...

Three to see this weekend: Oktoberfest and the rest

This weekend is the one for all those festival fanatics out there. Squeeze into some lederhosen and get yourself down to the badass Bavarian-style...

How to have the best ever Freshers Week in Manchester

So you’ve made it to Manchester to study for your degree. Congratulations. A Mancunian education isn’t complete without sampling some of the best bar and...

What is happening to Manchester’s music venues?

Morrissey’s There Is A Light That Never Goes Out refers to the north’s unbreakable spirit. But it seems that the light is going out...

Three to see this weekend: choose love, do yoga and celebrate...

This is the one. On Sunday, the Manchester Day parade explodes into our streets in an array of colour and community and culture. It’s...

Three to see this weekend: Shindigger meets, coffee treats and fresh...

This weekend’s three to see will fill your schedule with live concerts, Shindigger sessions and a coffee championship that puts your average Starbucks macchiato to...

Pilot Light festival brings back that Saturday night magic

We Brits love our telly - and Manchester is no exception. In fact, we used to love TV so much that during Corrie ad...

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