Bonfire night displays and events have been cancelled across Manchester for the second year in a row due to Covid-19
Dogs Trust Manchester will be playing classical music to their petrified pooches on bonfire night in a bid to drown out the scary sounds of fireworks.
Every year fireworks are lit across the city to celebrate Guy Fawkes’ failed plot to blow up Parliament and kill King James I.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service received almost 400 calls on Bonfire Night– their busiest night of the year.
Swedish indie-electro duo, The Knife, took to the stage at Academy One last night in a crazy orgy of electric, energetic eccentricity for one of the last performances of their final tour, Shaking the Habitual: Shaken Up.
MM went out to see if the people of Manchester believe it’s a good idea to allow the public to set off dangerous fireworks in their back gardens.
A list of the best places to go for a bonfire this year.
David Cameron guy paraded down Manchester’s Market Street in Bonfire Night protest against tax evaders
RBS, Starbucks, Tesco and others were condemned for ‘tax avoidance’
Many don’t check their home is safe before enjoying fireworks
Bolton West MP Julie Hilling will lobby parliament
Residents urged to be extra vigilant as strike begins tonight