This summer, the city will celebrate the 200th birthday of the artist, writer and social reformer who paved the way for its Gothic tradition.
The number of complaints against taxi drivers in Manchester City Centre has risen to over 100 every month.
As part of Refugee Week, HOME and Community Arts North West (CAN) have collaborated to present Horizons Festival, a full programme celebrating global arts and culture.
‘Creativity saved my life’: Sheba Arts founder chats Celebrating Diversity – finding new refugee narratives
When Fereshteh Mozaffari Vanani attended a national conference on cultural diversity, she was shocked to be the only black person in a room of 200 attendees. So last May she founded Sheba Arts, a Manchester-based collective tackling this problematic representation of migrant communities in the arts.
Interview: MM discuss ‘Tales From Northern Britain’ with Stan Wallace ahead of Greater Manchester Fringe
At a time where the country has never been more divided, Stan Wallace is bringing his show ‘Tales from Northern Britain’ to the Greater Manchester Fringe.
‘Our lives depend on turning this around’: Families to take climate action with a ‘Carnival of Creatures’
Children and parents will take to the streets of Manchester on June 1 to demand action about wildlife extinction as part of the ‘Carnival of Creatures’.
Although Labour retain control of Bury Council with 29 of 51 seats, their red stronghold of Radcliffe East was lost to a two-month-old independent group in a dramatic twist.
Countryside battlefields, dash cams and citronella spray: A day in the life of Manchester’s hunt saboteurs
Fifteen years after the passing of the Hunting Act, local group Manchester Hunt Sabs are taking direct action to try and protect animals who they feel are still being hunted.
Over 80% of businesses in Media City have ditched plastic straws, according to a new survey.
It will be all hands on ‘duck’ this Good Friday as thousands of plastic ducks will be launched into the River Irwell – but with Greater Manchester aiming to become plastic-free by 2020, MM investigated whether the clean-up operation will still have an environmental cost.
The stars aligned for Barcelona last night as they were victorious on both the stage and the football field: Lionel Messi and co defeating Man Utd 1-0 while the city’s leading theatre company tore up the rulebook, captivating the audience at HOME with their ambitious live spectacle Kingdom.