Grants of £1,500 are available this week for Manchester’s artists and cultural freelancers who are facing hardship due to COVID-19.
This year’s MACFEST kicks off online tomorrow for five months of arts and cultural events from the Islamic world. The
Strolling around an art gallery, watching the latest blockbuster at the cinema, cringing at a bad comedian. These are just
This month we’ve seen the return of GBBO to our screens, Manchester Christmas Markets CANCELLED and the daunting prospect of
Brand new arts venue The Factory has been identified as a key project to help power Manchester’s economic recovery from
While museums will be opening soon, if they haven’t already, the digital resources they have available can give us a new, and sometimes more in-depth, opportunity to explore the wonderful collections
‘Creativity saved my life’: Sheba Arts founder chats Celebrating Diversity – finding new refugee narratives
When Fereshteh Mozaffari Vanani attended a national conference on cultural diversity, she was shocked to be the only black person in a room of 200 attendees. So last May she founded Sheba Arts, a Manchester-based collective tackling this problematic representation of migrant communities in the arts.
Innovative theatre company Señor Serrano return to ¡Viva! Festival this April with their hotly-anticipated performance Kingdom.
“I’d rather have no legs than go through depression,” GRRRL member finds her voice after growing up in orthodox Islamic community
The singer started writing and composing in 2009, her first performance was in Copenhagen town hall, Denmark for Women’s International in front of 700 women.
With the Greater Manchester Fringe running through all of July – the event’s seventh year – Mancunian Matters went to speak to some of the acts and the organisers of the event at the closing party…
Cooper’s comments came after Arts Council England revealed it is intending to hold discussions with the government about the introduction of a tax relief for independent book publishers.