The statue is now in Tony Wilson Place in an area that in Engel’s time had been known as ‘Little Ireland,’ among the most notorious of Manchester’s slums.
Engels lived right here in Manchester for several decades, the city where his radical philosophies were truly born.
Sad and frightening headlines have splashed the front pages of the newspapers in 2015, but a Manchester illustrator is hitting back with a paper celebrating the year’s most cheerful news stories.
With award winning actors and a community chorus of 53 Manchester residents, Home’s latest play The Oresteia takes the city by storm.
This city cannot be considered a major city until it has an art market, says Manchester-born art collector and entrepreneur, Frank Cohen.
Live artists in action are the latest additions to this year’s Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair at the Old Granada Studios on Friday October 9.
MM headed down to the Northern Quarter’s newly-relaunched Common eatery to see why their new breakfast menu has Manchester’s hungry creatives baying for more.
Being welcomed into the almost-hidden tinted façade of Spinningfields’ newest offering, Tattu, it’s hard not to feel like you’ve been extended an invite for dinner from a Chinese triad.
The sky has a limit: Planned giant London ‘Endless City’ skyscraper won’t fit with Manchester, says futurist
Don’t expect any 300metre ‘all-in-one’ skyscrapers in Manchester anytime soon, says a Manchester futurist.
Ka-pow! Manchester Comic Con sidekick ‘Mancstercon’ helps city take on London in geek capital battle
Manchester comic scene aims to take on London as new convention celebrates ‘sequential art’ focusing on comics, animation and manga.
Icky thump! Manchester artist Stanley Chow on going from ‘anonymous illustrator’ to drawing for Hollywood
Grammy-nominated Manchester illustrator Stanley Chow has his exhibition ‘The Takeaway’ at Manchester’s Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art