A Rochdale-born chef has become the youngest person to win a Michelin star in Scotland, aged 25. Sam Yorke runs
Manchester acts who performed at the 75th anniversary of the Edinburgh Fringe 2022 expressed their excitement of the return to
OK boomer! Environmentally ‘woke’ millennials lag behind over 55s in fixing plumbing issues… wasting GALLONS of water
Environmentally ‘woke’ millennials are failing to practise what they preach – with a third waiting more than a WEEK to fix plumbing problems and wasting millions of gallons of water.
‘Lend your voice if you’ve got a platform’: MM chat to ‘educator’ Layton Williams about coming back to his Bury roots
Everybody’s talking about Layton Williams, but last week it was my chance to chat to the versatile actor and bonafide West End star.
Dishoom… from Bombay with love: MM treated to sneak-peak at the latest arrival on the Manchester food scene
It’s no secret that Manchester is a modern-day foodie’s dream destination, what with a never-ending selection of fine dining delights to street food finds, you will always have a place to go and a different bite to sample.
From the nostalgia of China Plates and Pearl Earrings by 25-year-old Jade Jones to the riotous Trollope, Manchester’s Fringe has been “a little bit of everything” according to GMF director Lisa Connor.
This National Tree Week, November 25-December 3, leading environmental charity City of Trees is uncovering Manchester’s hidden heritage.
Manchester named UK’s second restaurant city… the ‘economic boom’ making the North a great place to eat
Manchester and Edinburgh are the UK’s second restaurant cities according to a guide published today.
Manchester’s Etihad Stadium has missed out on regaining rugby league’s big Magic Weekend event for 2016.
As LGBT History Month enters its final week Outings the world’s first show about real-life ‘coming out’ stories arrives in Manchester for a one-off performance tonight.
‘An unacceptable inequality’: Manchester named England’s heart disease death capital as north continues to suffer
People living in Manchester are more likely to die prematurely from heart disease than anywhere else in England, according to the British Heart Foundation.