As the Manchester International Festival wraps up for this year, we look at one of it’s most striking pieces. If
An artist will be painting over 120 square feet in the Northern Quarter in March to raise awareness and funds
His wicked sense of humour and candid insights into his turbulent personal life form the basis for the majority of his music, and his surprise new album ‘Music to be Murdered By’ is no different.
An internationally-acclaimed artist wants North West residents to share their WW1 stories and artefacts with him.
British electropop singer-songwriter Aleksandra Denton , known as Shura, has come out as gay for the first time in an interview with MM ahead of her recent gig and Manchester’s Gorilla.
Ghostpoet on Joy Division, Shedding Skin and ‘sheer luck’ of Myspace discovery ahead of Northern Quarter gig
Obaro Ejimiwe – otherwise known as Ghostpoet – is responsible for some of this year’s most original and exciting music.
The gig kicked off with a sedate but soulful warm-up from London artist Ceaser and Nottingham born singer/songwriter Liam Bailey.
This city cannot be considered a major city until it has an art market, says Manchester-born art collector and entrepreneur, Frank Cohen.
Morrissey may not have a stitch to wear but paper dolls of The Smiths’ frontman – created by a mega fan and available online – come complete with a range of outfits, including a special Christmas number.
‘All a bit weird’: Manchester photographer on making his dream reality and capturing memories ahead of first show
A Manchester Metropolitan University graphic design graduate is opening his first photography exhibition today and says ‘it’s all a bit weird’ to finally be pursuing his dreams.
‘I am Manchester’: Urban artist Mancsy on changing perception of graffiti and ‘beauty in the back streets’
MM caught up with Mancsy to discuss his work around the city, his experience as a street artist and a descendent of Bristol’s Banksy, and how the face of graffiti is changing.