Building on the events of the last episode: Daenerys’ flight from Meereen on-board Drogon, Stannis’ child-sacrifice and Cersei’s incarceration this finale really sings.
HOME welcomed esteemed writer-director John Boorman into their newly carpeted venue to answer a few questions about his follow up film to Hope and Glory.
Favourite to be the next Labour leader and champion of the working class Andy Burnham has been labelled part of the ‘metropiltan elite’ in the national media.
Building on the success of last week, the showrunners stuck to the format: designating the final half hour to a great set piece to move everything forward, or skyward.
The inaugural Manchester International Film Festival 2015 is fast approaching and its full line-up has just been released.
After seven slow and tempestuous hours, the Game of Thrones wheel finally begins to turn.
Greater Manchester Police unveiled their new on-the-road drug-testing kit to the public yesterday in Piccadilly Gardens.
An Openshaw nursery has been dealt a double blow after being deemed ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted AND in need of ‘major improvement’ by the Food Standards Agency.
Looking for a challenge, Manchester? How about four of them? A new city-wide charity event is looking for teams to sign up and take on the challenge to raise £400,000 for four charities through four challenges.
There’s not much room for epic journeys in and around Manchester – but don’t worry, because THE epic quest is coming to the city.
In what is actually a fairly uninspiring and tepid episode Thrones continues to stumble towards its season finale.