Here it is, hot off the digital press – the latest e-edition of the Mancunian Matters newspaper.
At the start of April next year, the maze will take over the Old Granada Studios in Manchester and tickets for it have already gone on sale until June.
‘More discounts, more music, more entertainment’: Mcr Student Night Out promises to return with a bang
A student shopping night returns to the Arndale next week with discounts from over 200 stores.
MM takes a look at what’s hot in Manchester right now!
People’s History Museum invites people to loiter with intent at new exhibition exploring space of city
Loitering with Intent is a new exhibition at the People’s History Museum which celebrates the Manchester-based collective of artists and activists interested in psychogeography and public space.
Entertainment is an important part of most people’s lives. All work and no play makes Jack and Jill very dull people, so it is important that you spend at least some of your leisure time having fun, as opposed to vacuuming the house and scrubbing the bath.
‘You’re taking your clothes off but you’ve never felt more powerful’: Burlesque Idol set to ‘liberate’ Manchester
Ask a random person to describe burlesque dancing, and after a short giggle, they’d probably come up with a mangled picture of musical theatre and stripping.
I was abducted to the pub by Don Quijote… then had to act the Spanish knight in front of 70 people at HOME
The new interpretation of Don Quijote, brought to HOME by Emma Frankland and Keir Cooper, uses Cervantes’ classic novel to explore the importance of standing up for what you believe in.
‘I don’t wear make-up so I’m not scary’: Meet the magical Manchester clown who ‘fell into’ children’s entertainment
There can’t be many jobs that can inspire joy in most of the people they meet, but wide-eyed terror in others.
Opera North’s ’whistle-stop’ series has been praised for breaking down the ‘uncool’ tag that classical music retains with young people by a local teacher.
‘A very clever piece of work’: Royal Exchange Theatre to open interactive project in ‘world’s biggest room’
The Great Hall of the Royal Exchange Theatre is set to be brought alive by a new set of artistic commissions designed to respond to the historic space.