MM has put together a list of fabulous AirBnBs around the country where you can explore the sites and finally use up that holiday leave.
Artists, DJs and Greater Manchester Mayor celebrate as music venues Gorilla and Deaf Institute saved
It was reported last week that the two venues were set to close after going into administration due to the restrictions of the Coronavirus lockdown.
It is known that the virus can live on items for up to 72 hours, and by discarding these items, it is opening up the possibility of spreading the virus.
Retro is fashionable, from vinyl making a come back to vintage shops pushing into existence.
It was reported at the beginning of lockdown, that ASOS had come under fire for forcing staff to work in an overcrowded warehouse to deal with the huge numbers of orders they had received.
For those working on the frontlines of the entertainment industry, the COVID-19 pandemic has meant no work and furloughed pay. The closure of these venues looks longer than originally thought, with the government now suggesting that bars, theatres, and other venues may not open fully for more months. This begs the question: what will the future of arts venues, and those who rely on them, look like?
Joseph, Instagram Levis, James Corden and many more… virtual realities within the entertainment world
The entertainment industry has pretty much closed down in reality. Bars are closed, event spaces are likely to be closed until May or even September and festivals are dropping like flies.
If you’re living under a rock, or perhaps like Jared Leto you were on a silent retreat, you may have missed that the world is in a pandemic.
Visually Back to the Future the Musical is spectacular. The show arrived in Manchester bringing the hit film onto the stage and into the 21st century.
Girls with Guile’s brand new show is a spectacular insight into womanhood. It’s raw and real and it is In Her Own Words.
Let your mind go… new Manchester Craft and Design Centre exhibition explores the positivity behind ADHD
Take a ride on a magic carpet and let your mind wander at a new exhibition and panel discussion about art and ADHD this Thursday.