It’s official; we have now reached the zenith of the ‘Radio 4 joke’ – a joke so high-brow that only a handful of a crowd of keen Radio 4 listeners let out a knowing chuckle at the Storyhouse in Chester.
Periods, pads and poverty: Campaign to stop Manchester women being forced to choose ‘tampons OR food’
The Monthly Gift is a Manchester campaign that seeks to raise awareness of the issues women sleeping rough face dealing with their periods and increase donations of sanitary products to the homeless and those in need.
Almost one hundred academics have joined the fight to get the University of Manchester to cut all ties with the fossil fuels industry.
MM’s Cornerhouse loyalist reluctantly headed to Manchester city centre’s new thriving art space HOME and even more reluctantly warmed to its galleries, theatres, cinemas and architecture
Wednesday’s Queen’s Speech reaffirmed the government’s commitment to creating a ‘Northern Powerhouse’ with Manchester at its centre.
Poet Lemn Sissay says he’s ‘won already’ in the Manchester University chancellorship election as he told MM how it feels to be the students’ favoured choice.
Manchester’s Roma community are soon to be given a new voice through a project aiming to dispel negative perceptions and stop them ‘being dependent on others’.
Manchester’s LGBT community is kicking off a summer full of sport with a brand new festival of fitness and activity throughout this month and the annual Pride Games.
The world’s best BMX riders will compete in the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup on the weekend, with British Cycling duo Tre Whyte and Charlotte Green taking to the track they know best in search of success.