Whether it’s ice skating, gorging yourself on chocolate or sipping a pint and watching the boxing, there’s something for everyone this December in Manchester. So here’s our advent guide (spoiler alert – we may have spilled over into January, there’s THAT much going on…)
The latest Race for Life took place in Manchester’s Heaton Park today, raising almost £500k for Cancer Research UK.
The Colour Run returns to Manchester this September, bringing with it an unrivalled explosion of colour and fun for all the family.
Summer music festivals seem a world away as we experience the typical January chill, yet Manchester’s main music event kicks off in the coming days.
Hometown heroes the Courteeners embark on huge tour – but Mancs will have to wait a little bit longer
“I confidently predict that exactly no one will be listening to it in ten years’ time” stated a British newspaper regarding the Courteeners’ debut album, St Jude, around ten years ago.
‘People can wait a YEAR before recognising they have an eating disorder’: Beat bust bulimia myths in Heaton Park
A turn-of-the-season September morning saw a group of people on Heaton Park surrounded by fluttering banners as Beat, a charity dedicated to helping people suffering from eating disorders, came to Manchester last month.
A major drugs warning has been issued just days before thousands of revellers arrive in Manchester to attend Parklife.
It’s a rare occurrence to see the sun shining over a normally gloomy Manchester, which is why so many Mancunians are quick to make the most of the warm weather.
Parklife 2018: Festival-goers reckon David Schwimmer will be performing in character as Ross from Friends
The Parklife line-up has sparked some amusing confusion thanks to the inclusion of ‘Ross From Friends’.
Parklife 2018: Liam Gallagher proclaims festival will be ‘biblical’ as he’s announced as headliner on huge line-up
Liam Gallagher has been announced to play at Parklife – and he’s already claiming the festival will be ‘biblical’.
Crowds of over 160,000 revelled in the diverse line up including everything from indie sensations The 1975 and singer and rapper Frank Ocean through to George Ezra, London Grammar, Pete Tong and Fatboy Slim.