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‘Banners, flags, drummers, noise’: Crowds take to the Manchester streets to ‘Rise Roar Represent’ for International Women’s Day
Manchester hosted its third International Women’s Day march on Saturday, bringing noise, political messages and positive energy to the city’s streets.
A picturesque setting hosted the unveiling of the very gritty World War II drama World on Fire written by Hazel Grove’s own Peter Bowker, with members of the cast present to share their thoughts.
This summer, the city will celebrate the 200th birthday of the artist, writer and social reformer who paved the way for its Gothic tradition.
Six weeks of intense preparation culminated in an exuberant display of artistic talent and creativity as the Manchester Day Parade celebrated its 10th birthday on Sunday.
Watch: Meet the charity putting the unemployed back to work… using beehives on top of Manchester Cathedral
Perched atop Manchester Cathedral are ten beehives and the honey they produce helps some of the city’s unemployed get back into work – an initiative maintained by charity Volition.
British and French actors will descend on Manchester later this month to lead the cast of Antic Disposition’s Henry V.
A year since 22 people were tragically killed by a suicide bomber at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, we remember those lost on a day full of tributes.
‘£328m, what a waste! Spend it on the NHS’: Manchester Town Hall closure brings mixed views from the public
Manchester Town Hall closed for six years on Monday ahead of its £328m redevelopment – but what do Mancunians and visitors think of the news?
The women who have contributed to the exhibition highlight a diverse cross-section of all the different cultures, faiths and backgrounds within Israeli society.
City of football, musical capital and industrial hub – Manchester has many different guises.