Visiting the library is so much more than borrowing and returning books, as these five stunning pieces of architecture show.
The Manchester Jewish Museum opened in March 1984 and since then has enjoyed 35 years of educating all societal demographics with a wealth of exhibits that showcase the history of Manchester – now it will come to Central Manchester and remain in the Central Library until 2021 when the transformed synagogue will reopen.
The picture is always grim when you think Somalia, with headlines of civil war and Hollywood blockbusters focussing on piracy, but an exhibition at HOME called See My Dunya hopes to shed a new light on the Somali community in Manchester.
An innovative new art project is shining a light on the devastating effects of diabetes as part of Manchester Science Festival.
A free exhibition is taking place celebrating Manchester’s rock music legends from the dawn of punk to present day.
Google is a wonderful tool – especially if you are bored and want to kill time by reading unnecessary information about pretty much anything you can think of.
If you are looking for a ghostly Halloween then there’s no better place to celebrate than Manchester.
Female authors urged to submit piece of writing to celebrate 100 years since women given right to vote
A new project is encouraging budding female authors to submit a piece of writing to celebrate the 2018 centenary of women first getting the vote.
Sir Charles Halle has been honoured with an archive exhibition in Central Library.
Restaurateurs Mary-Ellen McTague, co-owner of popular restaurant Aumbry, and Tomas Maunier, founder of northern chain Fazenda, will speak at the free ‘Recipe for Success’ event which is being held in partnership with the Manchester Food and Drink Festival.
Children will be able to make their very own Shaun the Sheep cartoon as part of the Manchester Day celebrations at Central Library.