A new exhibition exploring the formative years of Manchester’s most famous music label has opened at the city’s Science and
The People’s History Museum reopened this week with a new exhibition showcasing the legacy of Batley MP, Jo Cox. The
The iconic site of the suffrage movement will present a new permanent display, ‘At home with the Pankhurst Family’ in
Manchester Jewish Museum, a former synagogue on Cheetham Hill Road, is preparing for a reopening in Spring 2021 following renovations
‘Our hard work paid off’: IWM North ‘incredibly proud’ after double Greater Manchester Tourism Awards scoop
Imperial War Museum North are ‘incredibly proud’, after winning two awards in a memorable night at the Greater Manchester Tourism awards last week.
After undergoing the ‘largest transformation in its history’, the Whitworth Art Gallery’s £15million redevelopment project has paid off as it has won the biggest museum prize in Britain and earnt the prestigious title of ‘Museum of the Year’ 2015.
Manchester’s People’s History Museum has been nominated for being the UK’s most inspiring visitor attraction of the past 12 months by the Guardian Cultures Professional Network.
Plans to build a £15million Margaret Thatcher museum would be ‘utterly insensitive’ given the ‘harsh’ austerity measures being imposed on the ‘bottom end of society’, argues a Manchester campaigner.
More than seven million British soldiers took part in one of bloodiest conflicts in history, the First World War, many of whom have their own unique acts of courage and tales of valour.
Rage against any machine: Artist plots protest calling on Manchester to take up fight against… ANYTHING
Claire Curtin is ending her week-long micro-residency at Spinningfield’s People’s History Museum with People’s Protest, encouraging Mancunians to grab a megaphone and to shout about issues they feel strongly about
Miniature soldiers become 27ft giants for Imperial War Museum North exhibition marking WWI centenary
Visual artist Mark Anstee will be inviting visitors throughout August to watch him draw thousands of red and blue army figures who are then projected onto the 27ft high walls of the IWM’s exhibition space.