Northern Ballet’s highly-acclaimed production of Casanova is returning to Manchester – and this time it’s coming with a camera crew in tow.
A new app designed to take the hard work out of organising and discovering sport and fitness classes has hit the app stores.
He might be becoming known as a slow starter at major competitions but James Guy demonstrated once again his ability to dig deep when it matters as he helped Great Britain to a final silver at the World Championships.
Organisers of a special bike ride last month – celebrating the opening of the Oxford Road corridor cycle route and forming part of Clean Air Week – hope attitudes will have changed ahead of the government’s Air Quality Plan.
If James Guy could start major championships the way he finishes them he might have even more than the three world titles already under his belt.
If you’ve ever waited on platform 14 of Manchester Piccadilly station, you’ve probably noticed Mayfield Depot, an old red-brick building with a bright pink advert for Tango emblazoned on it and out-of-date club night and gig posters pressed into the bricks.
Rising track cycling stars Emily Kay and Dannielle Khan have joined forces to celebrate 21 years of British success at Manchester’s velodrome.
Manchester’s Saul Hay Gallery is helping to shine a light on emerging Northern artists this year.
The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories will take place at Texture on Lever Street in the city’s Northern Quarter on 23 August.
Budapest 2017: Lord of the Rings ‘obsessed’ Guy uses Rivendell scene as world championships inspiration
The Rivendell scene in Lord of the Rings gave birth to one of the most famous internet memes of all time – for James Guy it’s the perfect material to get him pumped to take on the world’s best.
New figures obtained by MM show that the pass rate at Greater Manchester driving test centres is below the national average.