As Greater Manchester moves from lockdown into Tier 3, cultural leaders have called on government ministers to rethink the enforced
An outdoor art trail has opened in Manchester city centre, showcasing work from local artists across a diversity of mediums.
This month a series of free events by Manchester City Council are being held online to celebrate Black History Month.
Brand new arts venue The Factory has been identified as a key project to help power Manchester’s economic recovery from
While museums will be opening soon, if they haven’t already, the digital resources they have available can give us a new, and sometimes more in-depth, opportunity to explore the wonderful collections
Nostalgic for the innocence of a pre-coronavirus world, MM have compiled a list of books and podcasts that contain no mention of disease or contagion, and that might provide a welcome moment of distraction from the panic unfolding around us.
We all consider our own corner of Greater Manchester, be that the place we were born or grew up in, to be the best.
Manchester International Festival: The ones to watch as city celebration of music, art and culture enters final week
The festival has attracted that likes of Yoko Ono, Janelle Monae and David Lynch, all of who dazzled the northern city over the course of the last week.
Innovative theatre company Señor Serrano return to ¡Viva! Festival this April with their hotly-anticipated performance Kingdom.
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.
From Sudan to Manchester via the Nile… MM discuss life in the North (and queuing for buses) with Bolton refugee
It’s been two decades since Sudanese political activist Yagoub Matar, 49, first became a refugee when escaping the clutches of the one-party, oppressive state of Sudan.