Lionman is a piece that explores the notion of anxieties and pressures in a strange and dystopian world.
Manchester and southern Japanese prefecture Kagoshima came together today to commemorate the brave students who travelled to the UK – some to Oldham – in the 1860s to help further their country’s development.
Chorley Seahawks were helped by the Seattle Seahawks’ Neiko Thorpe as they won the annual NFL Flag football tournament in London.
The timeworn buildings in this cultured corner of Manchester might not be making way for glossy new-builds, but they are regularly revamped in their own Northern Quarter-style way.
Fans attending one-day festivals with headliners Liam Gallagher and Queens of the Stone Age at the end of June quickly flooded social media with complaints of poor organisation, long queues and overcrowding.
Flourish Foods will provide the city with an opportunity for people to buy groceries and household items without plastic packaging.
Earlier this month the Working Class Movement Library in Salford unveiled an exhibition exploring Greater Manchester’s connection with the Spanish Civil War.
A spokesman for the operator warned of the cancellations earlier in the week, suggesting that a large number of staff had booked the day off to watch the World Cup final leaving a shortage.
The event’s Facebook page said that the demonstration was held in order to “highlight the struggle against Trump’s bigoted policies – from fighting racism, war and sexism.”
Holly Bradshaw had to dig deep to rediscover her love for pole vaulting but the fire is now burning bright inside the 26-year-old who is confident of getting back to her best.
There are a handful of cafes that specialise in this pick-and-mix-style Indian cookery, and intriguingly, they’re mostly huddled within spitting distance of one another – tucked away down the alleys veering off Thomas Street in Northern Quarter.