September is a time of new beginnings, and in the heart of Manchester city centre this has taken the form
Lynda Sterling, the director of OT Creative Space, had seemingly been in six places at once for the last few
Old Trafford is set to spring into life in early May with the creation of an art trail of six
With the prospect of silent concert halls this Christmas, the sound of a new carol may signal hope for a
An outdoor art trail has opened in Manchester city centre, showcasing work from local artists across a diversity of mediums.
The much-loved Chorlton Arts Festival is going ahead this weekend in a virtual town accessed online to make residents feel
As coronavirus restrictions force people to find more creative ways to entertain themselves – with giant lasagnes, flat bingo, and care home Hungry Hippos all making waves on social media – one major new casualty is the grassroots music industry.
‘I was only going to do it for a week’: Help Sale artists create a mosaic to celebrate local lollipop lady’s 45-year career
Sale graphic artists are trying to raise £3,000 to celebrate the 45-year career of local lollipop lady by creating a mosaic on the wall near her crossing.
‘Sexy and psychedelic’: The Hoosiers to showcase new sound in Manchester after ’15 minutes of fame’ in 2007
Frontman Irwin Sparkes from The Hoosiers talks to MM all about the band’s new album, their new identity and the changes in the music industry ahead of their return to Manchester on October 30.
Artists, cyclists, vendors and students – the people who live, work and travel alone Europe’s busiest bus routes are telling their stories through a new project which will document life on Manchester’s Oxford Road Corridor.
Half-naked and half-drunk, The Orwells took on a feverishly energetic crowd at the Academy on Monday, serving up an impressive performance of their raw and unapologetic blend of rock.