The parade will start from the Museum of Science and Industry and enter the Liverpool Road junction of Deansgate around 4:30pm where it will then continue for an hour before finally finishing at Albert Square.
Play Expo, one of Europe’s biggest gaming conventions, takes place on October 8-9 at EventCity.
A fashion design student from Leigh is sketching, cutting, and stitching her way to the top of Manchester’s fashion scene.
Captaincy may bring added responsibility and pressure but Sale Sharks skipper Josh Beaumont claims he is relishing his new role.
Clad in a red unitard, with two space hoppers strategically positioned to create a bulbous and grotesque form, the Red Bastard turns heads wherever he goes.
Manchester is the home of the world’s largest tutu after charity Prevent Breast Cancer teamed up with Stagecoach to wrap a pink frilly frock around a bus.
Whalley Range school leads tributes after ‘inspirational’ former teacher and LGBT activist dies aged 25
Marijn Ceelen, who worked at Whalley Range High School for Girls until July 2016, tragically died in Sint Anthonis, Holland on Thursday, September 22.
Life for Keri-Anne Payne has been somewhat of a whirlwind since returning from the Rio Olympic Games, but Team GB’s self-titled head cheerleader wouldn’t change any of it for the world.
In the video, which has already had nearly 7,500 hits, Billy Kong breaks down the Mancunian dialect by citing well known phrases such as “He’s dead sound him that bloke” and “That beer is mint.”
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks but Sale Sharks scrum-half Mike Phillips claims he is learning plenty during his first foray into domestic English rugby.
Elephants are being killed every 15 minutes globally: 96 a day perish at the hand of poachers. Meanwhile rhinos are being lost every six hours.