Strolling around an art gallery, watching the latest blockbuster at the cinema, cringing at a bad comedian. These are just
Brand new arts venue The Factory has been identified as a key project to help power Manchester’s economic recovery from
From daring designers to brazen brewers, they carried out interviews are some of Manchester’s most creative folk to find out what makes the city such a hotbed of activity.
A Manchester vintage clothing shop is hoping to bring some light, creativity and fun into people’s lives this weekend by bringing back the Easter bonnet.
Morrissey may not have a stitch to wear but paper dolls of The Smiths’ frontman – created by a mega fan and available online – come complete with a range of outfits, including a special Christmas number.
Top street artists behind some of Manchester’s most recognised graffiti will compete in public for the first time ever at this year’s underground art battle event, which is set to really ‘raise the bar’.
Metal cylinders, once containing the potentially lethal ‘legal high’ laughing gas, that are littered across Salford by users are being transformed into a community art project by police officers.
Unless you’re one of Manchester’s high-rollers, or a world-class bargain hunter, owning art you’re proud to hang on your living room wall might seem completely out of reach – but not if it’s Free Art Friday!
‘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.
This dwarf just got popular: Friends of Grumpy turn abandoned Manchester offices into creative spaces
Grumpy, an acronym and anagram for Greater Manchester Play Resources Unit, are hoping to launch more than 80 creative spaces
Harry Potter fans can meet man behind Voldemort’s special effects in competition