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The five girls sat beaming at each other in their best leotards and fidgeted excitedly in their seats whilst little pairs of hands clutched bottles of J20.
Hunt the Rabbit: Opening date revealed for Michael O’Hare’s stunning new ‘Space Age Asian’ restauarant
The Rabbit in the Moon – the brainchild of Gary Neville’s GG Hospitaility group and Michelin-starred chef Michael O’Hare – will open its doors on the fifth and sixth floors of the Urbis building January 3.
A day out to Spain may seem like a bizarre idea, but in a world of plentiful budget flights, a well-planned continental outing could soon become an addiction if you’re a keen traveller.
In a survey by Ticketmaster – the online ticket seller – the gigs just pipped Coldplay’s Head Full of Dreams Tour and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s The River Tour to the top of the table.
‘We are building something’: Scotland’s Harley tips Manchester-born Watson to help rugby renaissance
Scotland forward Rob Harley is full of admiration for Manchester-born Hamish Watson, after making his mark on the international stage last month.
‘This year it’s cauliflower and hog roast’: An alternative twist on the traditional Christmas Day dinner
At the Manchester Oxford Street branch of Pizza Express, not only has the décor been revamped but so has the menu.
Christmas is upon us – and that means giving gifts, chomping on chocolate and basking in all that the holidays have to offer.
Forget the 12 days of Christmas, this year it’s all about 11 charity trees (and a possible trip to Lapland)…
England’s North West will be full of even more festive cheer this year after B&Q announced they were donating Christmas trees to Manchester good causes – as well as launching a selfie competition.
Manchester named UK’s second restaurant city… the ‘economic boom’ making the North a great place to eat
Manchester and Edinburgh are the UK’s second restaurant cities according to a guide published today.
Want quicker bus journeys? Manchester passengers urged to ditch tickets for mobiles for speedier service
First Manchester has carried out research which revealed that if passengers paid for tickets via their smart phone bus boarding times could be up to 75% fasters.