Manchester City Council is due to announce a review into the future of the city’s iconic Gay Village, it has emerged.
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Village Manchester FC are the Gay Village’s resident football club. They’re 20 years old, and in that time have maintained success on the field whilst being all-inclusive off it. Mancunian Matters looks inside the club that represents so much for Manchester’s gay footballers.
‘One of the most significant celebrations of LGBT life’: Manchester Pride set for stellar 2019 event
Manchester Pride aims to be a consumer-driven, community-led event in future after an open attendance consultation earlier this week helped shape its future.
#BeMoreMartyn paid an emotional tribute to Manchester attack victim, Martyn Hett, at the Hope Mill Theatre on Sunday and Monday – now play director, Adam Zane, is looking to “spread the message” nationally.
If you’ve ever watched the Wolf of Wall Street or seen images of people shouting “buy, buy, buy” and “sell, sell, sell”, then you’ll know that trading is a high octane profession.
Manchester Gay Pride 2017: Everything to know from start time and parade route to weather and performances
This weekend will see the long-awaited return of Manchester Pride.
The Gay Village’s AXM nightclub has closed its door for the last time.
The Rochdale Canal, situated between Canal Street and Deansgate, was drained in February 2017 and revealed some shocking revelations.
HomoElectric is making its grand return to Manchester for the first time in 2017.
In Die Diana, a play performed for the Greater Manchester Fringe 2016, writer and director Stephen M Hornby has created what he describes as a ‘dark comedy’ full of tragedy – and he delivered on his promise.