With 2020 dragging on, we’re told to stay indoors for ever more weeks. We’ve been resigned to looking at the great outdoors through Perspex window or the gap in bedroom curtains for most of the day.
A new series of live talks is proving a huge hit amongst Manchester’s talkers and thinkers.
A 100-year-old World War One diary has inspired a retired engineer to take up his hobby, writing, as a career.
‘Never leave home without it’: Lipstick not feminism makes a successful woman, says Manchester life coach
Feminism has nothing on lipstick when it comes to pursuing success, according to a Manchester life coach who contributed to a best-seller aimed at ‘inspiring women’.
Platinum selling singer-songwriter turned chef, Kelis, is coming to Manchester’s Arndale Shopping Centre to sign her new cookbook My Life on a Plate in Waterstone’s tomorrow.
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.
‘There’s no cartoonists in Wigan’: ‘Poorest kid on the block’ needs YOUR help to realise graphic novel dream
A Wigan-born writer, artist and all-round creative is appealing for your help to get his crime thriller meets gritty reality graphic novel, featuring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Roger Moore, off the ground.
Second World War survivors and evacuees will be heading to the Greater Manchester town that offered so many refuge – Stockport – for a special church service.
‘We want to tear people down without feeling bad’: Jon Ronson explores shaming on social media at Bury Met
Last night Jon Ronson took to the stage at the Bury Met for an evening all about public shaming on social media.
Manchester has has produced some world renowned authors, who leave behind them a great literary legacy with classics such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Secret Garden and Confessions of an Opium Eater
Two women are spicing up World Book Day by encouraging you to get up close and personal with a genre of literature recently over-shadowed by a ‘certain book that shall remain nameless’.