It was only last year that Manchester was turned into a giant beehive thanks to the Bee in the City art trail, but there’s a new art trail to take part of this summer – 19 giant frogs will be situated across Stockport town centre.
The UK’s only Jewish museum outside of London is getting a revamp and will take temporary home at Manchester Central Library until then.
For around forty-five years, Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall, who together founded the Cosgrove Hall Films studio imprint, were behind some of the most loved children’s television shows including Danger Mouse, Bill & Ben, and Postman Pat.
“This could be Rotterdam or anywhere, Liverpool or Rome, ‘cause Rotterdam is anywhere, anywhere alone.”
The 1992 movie ‘Death Becomes Her’, starring Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis and Goldie Hawn, has been long-regarded as a queer classic but a drag parody of the film at HOME turned the well-loved flick into an even camper affair – and we couldn’t get enough.
Adrenaline and diesel combine for an action-packed two days of monster trucks at Manchester Arena this weekend.
Stockport is up in the air as last night’s election results saw a draw of 26 seats for both Labour and the Liberal Democrats.
It will be all hands on ‘duck’ this Good Friday as thousands of plastic ducks will be launched into the River Irwell – but with Greater Manchester aiming to become plastic-free by 2020, MM investigated whether the clean-up operation will still have an environmental cost.
A Salford brewery has created a limited-edition beer in collaboration with Salford Pride to help raise money for the LGBT+ community.
Drag queen Trixie Mattel talks about her love for the UK drag scene as she brings her one-woman-show to Manchester this month.