Manchester City have announced a plan to canvass fans for feedback on the club’s badge, with a view to potentially evolving the crest that has been the club’s since 1997.
A new exhibition at the Whitworth Gallery will be exploring Manchester’s long history and connection with the textile industry and the material’s use in feminist art.
At MM we decided we would spend International Older Person’s Day choosing our top five elderly Mancunians – after much debate, here’s our list!
Marble Brewery’s latest beer invention will promote children’s charity Wood Street Mission’s new child poverty awareness event, a guided tour called Queues, Clogs and Redemption.
Anderson, who made his England debut at Wembley against Czechoslovakia in 1978, is one of the People’s History Museum’s 100 Radical Heroes and will return to the museum on October 15 for the event to celebrate Black History Month.
Lions and tigers and… Manchester museum: Pride of Belle Vue Zoo goes on show after 65 years in storage
The ‘beautiful and unusual’ Tigon – a tiger, lion cross – that people flocked to the city to see in the 1940s is going on display at the Manchester Museum after 65 years in storage.
Just half a mile out of town is Altrincham Retail Park – yet another boring concrete metropolis with shops no different from anywhere else in the country. But there’s a twist: it’s the Queen’s.
A compilation of forgotten songs from Manchester’s Industrial Revolution will be revisited and re-mastered on a night that will pay homage to the city’s historic music publishing industry next month.
Manchester is to make history this September as it sets to pioneer the first ever ‘Bio-Historic Banquet’ at the Manchester Food and Drink Festival.
Pepys wrote in his famous diary of the girl born in 1662 whose paternal parentage has been unknown until now.
Fake animal mummies have been discovered by University of Manchester scientists during a scanning mission to unravel the dark secrets behind Ancient Egypt’s mummifying industry.