Internationally celebrated choreographer Hofesh Shechter and his company displayed a striking piece of apocalyptic dance performance on Wednesday evening at HOME.
As part of the year-long programme Celebrating Women in Global Cinema, HOME ran a season this May focusing on women’s activism and involvement in trade unionism: Women, Organise!
It has to be said, it’s been a great few months for women on screen since THAT Game of Thrones episode, Fleabag, Derry Girls, Killing Eve, Back to Life – if you’ve not seen it, add it to the list.
Gypsy Queen, the new play by awarding winning writer Rob Ward, returns to Manchester for two special off-site performances at Moss Side Fire Station Boxing Club on Sunday, January 27.
This January and February Moscow City Ballet are touring the UK with four ballets from their impressive repertoire. I was lucky enough to catch their performance of Romeo & Juliet at the Palace Theatre.
For a musical about a boy band, it is sisterhood that steals the show as the Take That musical comes to The Lowry this January.
A look at Manchester’s innovative new ways of fighting homelessness as crisis now affects one in 135
With winter set in and snow on its way, we must remember what the cold months ahead hold for the many people experiencing homelessness across Greater Manchester.
The Ground Beneath Your Feet: Castlefield Gallery exhibition tackles theme of complex global tragedies
From somewhere within the labyrinth of social and political catastrophe that is our divided nation and the world around us, the new exhibition at Castlefield Gallery finds a place for art.
Bloodyminded promised to be the UK’s first single shot live broadcast interactive feature film. If you think this sounds ambitious, you would be correct.