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.
Last night saw the first of three new renditions of the Illuminate production held at the Longsight Library.
Humans Being Digital, an exhibition at the Lowry in Salford, both challenges and embraces changes brought about by the digital age.
Red carpet, VIPs, press, music and drinks. What more could one want for the opening start to the 14th edition of short film festival week?
HOME spring/summer 2017 season high on passion, panache and premieres says artistic director Meierjohann
HOME’s artistic director of theatre Walter Meierjohann is promising passion, premieres and immersive, undercover theatre at secret locations for the Manchester venue’s spring/summer 2017 season.
Review: ‘A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer’ @ HOME – a creative take on how we look at terminal illness
Cancer, or the C word as some would rather call it, is something of a taboo.
People’s History Museum invites people to loiter with intent at new exhibition exploring space of city
Loitering with Intent is a new exhibition at the People’s History Museum which celebrates the Manchester-based collective of artists and activists interested in psychogeography and public space.
‘We are just trying to survive’: Female asylum seekers in Manchester create play to help ‘change perceptions’
The women of Women’s Asylum Seekers Together (WAST) are united by a common past.
‘A remarkable story’: ‘Trans pioneer’ found in Victorian Manchester canal to be remembered in new play
1859. A man’s body is recovered from a Manchester Canal. Upon routine examination, it is discovered that the man is biologically female.
City or United? Manchester theatre director says Calais refugees ‘just normal people in extreme circumstances’
Visiting a refugee camp may not be a weekend activity that immediately springs to mind but for a young Manchester-based theatre director it was an essential and rewarding trip.