One Manchester centre has shown dogged determination to stand out from the crowd by opening the city’s first canine café – and it’s just celebrated its first year in business.
The Church of Scientology has finally submitted a planning application to Trafford Council to restore the former Duckworth’s Essence Distillery, over a decade after originally purchasing the property.
A million more British children from working families are living in poverty than in 2010, a study from the Trades Union Congress revealed last month.
Back in August 2017, the internet went into meltdown as Taylor Swift wiped her social media slate clean. Eventually, after three long days of Blank Space, she posted a grainy, flickering video to Instagram of an ominous black snake.
Church Street’s one-stop-shop for all things cheesy is marking the occasion with their signature soulful beats and delicious dairy treats.
His name may sit alongside those of dancing dogs in the list of Britain’s Got Talent winners, but dismiss pianist Tokio Myers as yet another novelty act at your peril.
If you go to an Eliza and the Bear gig expecting to see either a girl called Eliza or a bear, you’ll be sorely disappointed on both counts.
Forget cream-coloured ponies and crisp apple strudels – this new stage production of The Sound of Music will be one of your favourite things.
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MM spoke to Bernard and Huey director Dan Mirvish as the film had its UK premiere at MANIFF last week, where it won Best Screenplay.
Film fever reached its height last weekend with the Oscars as Manchester had its own cinema celebration too with the third annual Manchester Film Festival packed full of an array of colourful and inspiring independent pictures from around the world.
Cornwall has its pasties and Cumberland has its sausages. Has Manchester found its own niche in craft beer?