A festival for cycling enthusiasts is set to pedal its way to Manchester for the first time.
Science and music collide: French electro wizard Jean Michel Jarre to headline new Jodrell Bank discovery festival
The bluedot festival – a nod to Carl Sagan’s pale blue dot – will take place in the shadow of the iconic Lovell radio telescope at the Cheshire observatory between July 22-24.
The event, this year titled ‘Women Out Loud,’ will celebrate women making their voices heard with a series of social events surrounding culture, history and activism.
‘Jump on board his rollicking journey’: Aussie ‘cultural ambassador’ set for UK big screen debut in Manchester
Aussie icon, Blinky Bill Koala, is leaving the Outback and coming to visit the Poms with the children’s character set for its UK premiere at the Manchester International Film Festival (MANIFF) on Mother’s Day.
Click through to the Ladyfest MCR 2015 Facebook event and you’ll see that 1,207 people have confirmed that they’re ‘attending’ this Saturday’s celebration of all things female.
The festival, which is organised by founder Dr Jill Adam and award-winning music journalists John Robb and Simon A. Morrison, focuses upon the age-old relationship between music and the written word.
The Northern Vegan Festival comes to Manchester for the third successive year on Saturday October 17, showcasing 185 stalls worth of vegan food and products.
The Manchester Food and Drink Festival (MFDF) will soon be back in Albert Square and the 18th year of this culinary delight is set to be its biggest and best yet.
Top street artists behind some of Manchester’s most recognised graffiti will compete in public for the first time ever at this year’s underground art battle event, which is set to really ‘raise the bar’.
Manchester’s commuters will soon have to find something new to moan about, as Transport for Greater Manchester have announced that normal Metorlink services will resume at the end of the month.
‘Sensational’ and star-studded examples of LGBT cinema are set to hit the big screen at Manchester’s HOME as part of a film festival that has been touring the country.