The Pankhurst Centre reopens to the public on Sunday, 29 August for the first time since March 2020 with a
After being rescued from auction earlier this year, Hulme Hippodrome’s doors may soon be open the public once again. Spearheading
Manchester Jewish Museum, a former synagogue on Cheetham Hill Road, is preparing for a reopening in Spring 2021 following renovations
A World War II bomb was discovered in Droylsden on Sunday, causing temporary road closures on both sides of Ashton
MCFC 125: Celebrating the Birth & First Successes of Manchester City will be held at The Dancehouse Theatre, Oxford Road on Thursday April 11 at 7.30pm.
As you’ve stood daydreaming at Victoria station or raced by to catch a departing train, would it be fair to say the small red-brick hairdressers that lies opposite has never registered deeper than your subconscious?
People power, Suffragettes and the TUC celebrated as Manchester Histories Festival returns for a fifth year
This year’s festival weaves the vibrant story of what makes Manchester the city it is with some of the key moments in everyone’s history that Manchester has played a central role in.
‘£328m, what a waste! Spend it on the NHS’: Manchester Town Hall closure brings mixed views from the public
Manchester Town Hall closed for six years on Monday ahead of its £328m redevelopment – but what do Mancunians and visitors think of the news?
‘Something for everybody’: MM chat to creator of poster detailing ‘sophisticated’ Manchester’s history
Did you know that Manchester is the home of the industrial revolution or the place where the first programmable computer was made?
City of football, musical capital and industrial hub – Manchester has many different guises.
The modern game of tennis has developed significantly, first recognised in the North of France in the 12th Century in which the sport was known as ‘real tennis’.