On December 31st 2020 the UK left the EU. Ten days later it was reported that amongst the Brexit negotiations,
Hozier is returning to Manchester! A look at how the artist’s last album was received when it dropped
Five years after the release of his eponymous debut album, Hozier returned with his second studio album, Wasteland, Baby! earlier this year.
Whether you want to rock, dance or sway the night away, Manchester has upcoming gigs that are perfect for you!
Punk rock pioneers Stiff Little Fingers to celebrate debut album’s 40th anniversary with gig in Manchester
Punk pioneers Stiff Little Fingers are coming back to Manchester, celebrating the 40th anniversary of their debut album Inflammable Material.
Jorja Smith will give Manchester a double dose of her infectious pop spirit when she comes to the city in just under two weeks’ time as part of her fourth UK tour.
“Life is too short not to be something you love,” Kiefer Sutherland declares on what is surely a midsummer night in a sweltering Albert Hall.
The Bolton comedian announced he had decided to cancel his tour “due to unforeseen family circumstances.”
The performance, at Carlton Club on Bury Old Road, on Friday 21 July will see comedians, actors, writers and singers from all over the country fill the evening.
Kate Rusby prepares to wow fans with folk-heavy back catalogue as anniversary tour swings into Stockport
British folk singer Kate Rusby embarks on her 25-year anniversary tour this spring and will perform her acoustic hits in Manchester.
In a survey by Ticketmaster – the online ticket seller – the gigs just pipped Coldplay’s Head Full of Dreams Tour and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s The River Tour to the top of the table.
Mancunians have taken part in a mad dash to get hold of tickets to see The Courteeners.