MM spoke to Andy Hoyle from the People’s History Museum to find out the top ten places to go.
This year’s event is the first under new artistic director John McGrath and will feature more than 20 world premieres
Thousands attended a vigil in Albert Square last night to remember the victims of Monday night’s attack at the Manchester Arena.
In Manchester’s darkest hour an American reporter has been slammed for making distasteful jokes about the Manchester Arena explosion just hours after 22 people were killed and 59 were injured.
Manchester’s tourism industry could be set for a further boost with the introduction of the city’s first daily sightseeing bus service this week.
Proposals for a £330million refurbishment to save Manchester Town Hall from closure are set to come under fire by senior city councillors.
Light rather than dark, good beating evil, knowledge winning against ignorance or hope triumphing over despair. In one word, Diwali.
MM donned its Lederhosen and Dirndls, brushed up on its German vocab and headed to sunny Albert Square for Manchester’s first German Bierfest. Altogether now: “eins, zwei, drei, GSUFFA!”
‘We ran away from murder, torture and rape’: Oromo Ethiopians ask Manchester to ‘stand with them’ in protest
Around a hundred protesters turned out to call on the UK Government to act on and stop supporting the killing of Oromo people in Ethiopia, in Albert Square yesterday.
Spectacular celebrations lasting four days will welcome Chinese New Year, with big plans for Manchester set out by its Business Improvement District (BID).
Festive markets have become a symbol of Christmas around the world, and now you can visit Manchester’s from the comfort of your own home.