“Life is too short not to be something you love,” Kiefer Sutherland declares on what is surely a midsummer night in a sweltering Albert Hall.
Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley is bringing his unique blend of reggae, dub, dance hall, and hip hop to a sold-out O2 Ritz later this month, promising to be one of the unmissable city centre gigs of the summer.
After its nationally acclaimed debut in 2016, Cathy Marston’s ballet adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s masterpiece, Jane Eyre, returned this week in an expanded form to The Lowry.
‘If I found sobriety I might lose numbers’: Comic Doug Stanhope tells MM about the ‘fraudulent’ world of comedy
Doug Stanhope is a fraud. Yes, he really is a revered stand-up comedian, alcoholic, provocateur, and he really was the cantankerous ‘Voice of America’ on Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe.
Manchester skatepark Pumpcage set to roll out priceless adult-only tuition… as MM find out first hand
Pumpcage skatepark under the Mancunian Way will be launching its first ever adults skateboarding lessons on May 2 with weekly sessions running every Wednesday thereafter. The sessions cost £8 for two hours.
Oh, Manchester, so much to answer for… So goes the haunting refrain of The Smiths’ Suffer Little Children – a requiem to the victims of the Moors Murders and a timeless call to remember the sins of the past.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service failed the public during the Manchester Arena attack last year, according to a report published today.
Django Django brought their menagerie of synths, tambourines, and white trousers to Manchester armed with their all new third album, Marble Skies.
The legendary Rusholme venue will close its doors for the last time this month after seven years of unrivalled notoriety in south Manchester’s nightlife scene.