The People’s History Museum reopened this week with a new exhibition showcasing the legacy of Batley MP, Jo Cox. The
In a year when board game sales soared and the story of a chess prodigy enthralled audiences in The Queen’s
Manchester’s Castlefield Gallery has responded to its continued closure under Tier 3 regulations by creating an online tour of its
The iconic site of the suffrage movement will present a new permanent display, ‘At home with the Pankhurst Family’ in
Interview: STRIP! Curator of National Football Museum classic shirts exhibition bares all on kit evolution
From Blackpool to Bayern, the new STRIP! Exhibition at the National Football Museum explores the bizarre yet beautiful development of kit culture like never before.
Venture down King Street in Salford and you’ll come across OA Studios, home to the Oceans Apart gallery and to painter-turned-curator Keith Ashcroft.
Mercury Prize Winners Elbow have curated an album as part of an exclusive artwork exhibition heading to Manchester this week – Sounds of the North, in town from September 19-30.
Off Beat: Jeff Nuttall and the International Underground showcases the prolific work and global influence of the Lancashire-born writer, artist, musician, author and publisher, who died in 2004.
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.
IN PICS: Collector bringing Spice Girls’ ‘sparkle’, ‘glitter’ and ‘bubblegum pop’ to Warrington for anniversary
A devoted Spice Girls fan who has collected over 5000 items of memorabilia over the years is bringing an exhibition of her goods to Warrington to mark the 20th anniversary of the band’s first single.
Good heavens! Photographer endures ‘snow, sleet and rain’ on top of 135ft Manchester Cathedral in five-year project
A photographer has been trekking up to the top of Manchester Cathedral every month for five years in order to create an exhibition showcasing dramatic 3D-like images of the city skyline.