The crowd gathers in anticipation. Young and old take their positions in plush red seats, in a theatre which removes all barriers between the actors and the audience.
A seamstress, designer and shop owner is giving a ‘feeling of empowerment’ back to Mancunians by working with charities and taking her trade to various festivals this summer.
Opera North’s ’whistle-stop’ series has been praised for breaking down the ‘uncool’ tag that classical music retains with young people by a local teacher.
‘I am a bit of a radical’: Salford mayoral candidate looking to ‘break up’ Labour stranglehold on local politics
A Pendlebury politician has vowed to slice the Salford mayoral wage in half as he steps up his campaign.
‘Everything is a manifestation of God’: Manchester writer creating book to teach children 99 Names of Allah
A campaign launched to fund a new book that teaches children about Islam and The 99 Names of Allah has reached its target, but the author has no intention of stopping now.
The true identity of Jack the Ripper may have been uncovered by an author who claims the killer was a renowned poet who grew up in Manchester.
It’s relaxing, it’s personal and ‘you can have a Chinese afterwards’, so why wouldn’t Mancunian families be opting for home births?
Staff and students from the University of Salford are hoping to turn their home-made supernatural thriller into a UK Television series.
A partnership revealed by the Centre for Ageing Better will help turn Manchester into an ‘age-friendly city’, according to the charity’s CEO.
Sale Sharks are still in the battle to break into the Aviva Premiership’s top six this season but former Sale star Jason Robinson believes the club will need more investment in order to challenge in the upper echelons of the league.
Macclesfield skier Menna Fitzpatrick claims it was a team effort after winning gold at the IPC Alpine Skiing British National Championship on Saturday.