A child prodigy hailed as the new Mozart is set to take Manchester by storm – again.
Brimming with enthusiasm, Emily Sarsfield’s competitive eagerness for the season ahead is refreshing.
The French electro-swing band surpassed the expectations of even long-term fans as their astounding live performance in Manchester made the Ritz swing.
Acoustic Yorkshire duo Seafret have been making huge waves across the country with their contagious music and are now stopping in Manchester as the headline act in the New Faces tour.
Social justice campaigners are stopping in Manchester on their UK wide tour to warn the nation about the perils of the forthcoming bilateral trade agreements between the US and Europe.
London newcomers Palace well and truly rocked the North with a compelling performance in the heart of the Northern Quarter at Soup Kitchen last night.
‘I thought my son was going to bleed to death’: Medicine gives hope for Manchester child with rare blood disorder
“It’s devastating. I thought my son was going to bleed to death, and it just doesn’t stop. At one point the bleeding was even longer than eight hours.”
Inherently bold in nature, a ballet adaptation of Orwell’s classic Nineteen Eighty-Four is extremely courageous and venturesome to say the least but translated into a huge success for the Northern Ballet.
Manchester’s new tech company Radio.co is ‘future-proofing the radio’ as it offers an easy and practical platform for broadcasting radio shows globally without the need for a studio.
President Barack Obama is guilty of committing the ‘oldest war crime in the book’ by bombing a hospital in Kunduz, according to a leading Manchester conflict expert.
Banks should have been ‘left to go bust’ instead of allocating tax payers’ money to bail them out, according to a leading economist during a Manchester debate.