Football fans not only have an appetite for sport, but for a good greasy chip barm after the match. It’s easy enough when City or United are playing at home, but on the road it’s unfamiliar territory. This guide is to help you steer clear of some of the more risky options on away days.
The latest Race for Life took place in Manchester’s Heaton Park today, raising almost £500k for Cancer Research UK.
With four English teams making it through to the Champions League quarter finals for the first time in a decade, our new SMDMA podcast takes a look at each of the clubs left in Europe’s leading football competition.
Village Manchester FC are the Gay Village’s resident football club. They’re 20 years old, and in that time have maintained success on the field whilst being all-inclusive off it. Mancunian Matters looks inside the club that represents so much for Manchester’s gay footballers.
Stockport County move into pole position in the National League North with a win at Boston United, whilst several playoff places are still up for grabs.
Former Hollyoaks actor David Judge brings his autobiographical play ‘SparkPlug’ to HOME Manchester. Running from Feb 13 to April 13, the play explores ‘race, love and family’.
Big up to the ‘MileShyClub’… MM chat to Manchester’s coach of the year on trading cigarettes for conditioning
Jane Dennison unpacks her bag out onto a table in the Sale Waterside Plaza. Out come the cones for the evening’s warm-up, each with ‘MileShyClub’ boldly written on in thick felt-tip. She’s there early, as she is every week, to set up for her cohort of runners that will be filtering in at any moment.
Forget football, something else has come home… Stephenson’s Rocket back in town after 180 years of hurt
Stephenson’s Rocket has come home to Manchester after being away from the city for 180 years.
Matilda, who travelled all over the world while sitting in her little room in an English village, finally opened in Manchester this week as the Royal Shakespeare Company’s award-winning adaptation of Roald Dahl’s 1988 book came to the Palace Theatre.
Protesters blocked the entrance to HSBC in St Ann’s Square on Saturday, campaigning to end the company’s alleged connection to the Israeli oppression of Palestinians.