Film critic and Manchester alumnus Mark Kermode returned to HOME last night for a one-off evening of musical mischief and bass slapping with his old band The Railtown Bottlers.
Several people – including some armed with clubs – climbed on top of the old Cornerhouse cinema on Oxford Road, bring the busy area to a standstill at lunchtime.
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
Manchester music legend Johnny Marr recently revealed that the city’s 25-storey CIS building provided the unlikely inspiration for a love song that featured on his recent solo album.
Legendary British director Danny Boyle will kick start a HOME-warming for Manchester’s new centre for international contemporary art, theatre and film.
‘The Scribbler’, is the first project from London-based tech start-up Studio Audience Ltd to harness all the nostalgic stories people have about the cinema.
Review of Peter Strickland’s The Duke of Burgundy at Manchester’s Cornerhouse.
Cornerhouse will be presenting the audio-only adaptation of Herk Harvey’s 1962 experimental horror, Carnival of Souls, for you to feast your ears (but not eyes) upon.
What signals the start of Christmas for you, the John Lewis or Coca Cola ads? MM took to the streets to find out
A pro-Palestinian group have written an open letter to Manchester cinemas involved in the Jewish Film Festival, urging them to pull out.
At only 82 minutes, Ida manages to tightly pack together a gripping story with a commentary on a number of diffuse themes – war, the holocaust, sexual revolution and religion – to make one truly remarkable package.