The Lowry Theatre celebrated the 20th anniversary of its official opening by the Queen this week, although due to coronavirus,
‘A lovely opportunity to give the street some attention’: MM chat to curator of Lark Hill Place redesign project
A team of invested individuals have changed the face of Lark Hill Place, Salford, in order to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One.
For an exclusive year only, Salford Museum & Art Gallery’s Lark Hill Place will be changing the street’s theme from an 1897 to a 1918 setting.
The colour and the glory: Help City in the Community give Manchester’s kids a boost this Mother’s Day
City in the Community has launched its first all blue colour run to help give 50,000 Manchester kids a better shot at life this year.
The most dramatic and energetic musical, The Rocky Horror Show, returned to Manchester this January.
The Printworks turns 15 this weekend, and to celebrate, the entertainment venue is hosting a raucous birthday bash filled with live music.
Eight years on from her daughter’s brutal murder for being a Goth, Sophie Lancaster’s mum continues the fight to get crimes against sub-cultures legally recognised as hate crimes.
January 27 is globally recognised as Holocaust Memorial Day, and this year marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi concentration camp.
ChildLine founder Dame Esther Rantzen has called for more volunteers to help the charity during a celebratory visit to the organisation’s Manchester base today.
Inspirational people from Manchester’s LGBT community have been honoured at the Lesbian and Gay Foundation’s Homo Hero awards.
Bravest of all: Honour for Altrincham WWI VC hero who had BOTH legs blown off and still carried on fighting
A World War One army officer who carried on fighting the Germans despite losing BOTH legs as he led his troops into battle has finally been honoured with a military parade in his home village near Altrincham – 100 years on from his death.