Risograph printers were originally produced in Japan in the 1980s and provided a cheap and effective way of mass printing, now they’re used in DIY zine culture and by artists.
Prank calls made to the fire and ambulances services in Manchester over the past five years have halved, according to a recent Freedom of Information request.
Veganuary may be popular but this year there’s a new food-fad in town: Organuary. It’s a movement with the aim of reducing waste and rediscovering a long-lost component of our diets, offal.
‘Where were they?’: Gran of tragic Victoria Agoglia breaks down as report into care failings published
Joan Agoglia broke down in tears as she described her granddaughter’s injuries at a press conference to mark the publication of a review of Operation Augusta.
British MPs have voted against continuing negotiations of the UK’s full membership of the EU’s Erasmus + scheme.
Labour’s Rebecca Long-Bailey won the Salford and Eccles seat in 2017 with a 65.5% majority.
Standing around on a rainy Saturday afternoon outside HOME, a group of people dressed in brightly coloured raincoats and carrying umbrellas seem little out of the ordinary. That is until the song Singin’ in the Rain begins to play and they all burst into dance.
Javaad Alipoor wants you to watch his play and scroll through Instagram for its duration.
Period poverty: ‘Times are changing’ DCMS founder tells MM as informative booklet spreads important message
Last October Freya Slack, who studies Interactive Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University, launched the initiative Don’t Cramp My Style as part of a university project. It soon blew up into something much more important: period poverty campaigning.
Venture down King Street in Salford and you’ll come across OA Studios, home to the Oceans Apart gallery and to painter-turned-curator Keith Ashcroft.
Sasha Ellen has certainly found herself in a pickle on more than one occasion, so much so that she has written an entire comedy show based around her romantic misadventures.