This month a series of free events by Manchester City Council are being held online to celebrate Black History Month.
The Jewish Festival of Belonging continues this week, hosting a selection of events from comedy, to films and visual arts.
The UK’s only Jewish museum outside of London is getting a revamp and will take temporary home at Manchester Central Library until then.
An exhibition of archive material is currently running at Manchester Central Library until April 30, and it’s full of videos, props and even Frank’s original head!
The photographer who snapped some of The Smiths’ most iconic shots said that the night before the infamous photoshoot outside Salford Lads Club was one of the most sleepless nights of his life.
Last night saw the first of three new renditions of the Illuminate production held at the Longsight Library.
We Can’t Live Without Cosmos bears both the warm comfort of the Saturday morning cartoons of youth and the wonder and depth of the cosmos themselves.
A group of young singers ignored the ‘quiet please’ signs in Manchester this week, as they took to the library floor with an opera with goose bumps guaranteed.
NHS Employers cancelled all scheduled meetings, at which junior doctors were hoping to voice their concerns about new contracts, one day before the Manchester meeting was due to take place at the Midland Hotel.
Inspired by the illustrious history of progressive thought in Manchester, a group known as Discuss is bringing together figures from across the political spectrum to examine the most pressing issues of our time.
A fitting tribute: Radiohead’s drummer Philip Selway hopes memorial kit will inspire next generation of musicians
Selway is in the city tomorrow to take part in a special live edition of Elbow frontman Guy Garvey’s BBC 6 Music show, which will be broadcast from Manchester’s stunning Central Library.