When Damon Albarn staged his opera, Monkey: Journey to the West, at the inaugural Manchester International Festival back in 2007,
Noel Gallagher’s two nights at the Manchester Apollo will cost fans £68.90 for a standing ticket, so it’s no wonder one of Manchester’s most famous musicians still had tickets for sale hours later.
Interview: Are The Low Flying Geese about to take off? MM chat mankinis and the late Ray Boddington with Piccadilly Rats docu maker
Nathan Cunningham, who owns The Low Flying Geese production company, is awaiting confirmation from the BBC on whether they will commission his documentary debut Piccadilly Rats: Live in Moderation – which charts the highs and lows of the band and has been three years in the making.
‘How he really is…’: As It Was director Charlie Lightening reveals film will lift the lid on the REAL Liam Gallagher
May 30, 2017 – During the most emotional period the city’s seen since the Manchester Blitz, 18-year-old me queued to see Liam Gallagher play the first show of his comeback at the Ritz.
At lot more than league position will be on the line as Manchester United and Liverpool clash in the top flight on Sunday.
Following the release of his debut EP #SAVESWINDON in August, artist and producer Chaney has teamed up with the legendary Bez – of Happy Mondays fame – for his latest single, My House.
A free exhibition is taking place celebrating Manchester’s rock music legends from the dawn of punk to present day.
‘Let’s embed culture in our hearts’: Mayor Burnham launches radical review of Manchester music scene
Mayor Andy Burnham has announced radical plans to strengthen Greater Manchester’s music scene.
Thousands of runners took part in the 16th edition of the Great Manchester Run on a sweltering Sunday with the Manchester Arena terrorist attack from a year ago firmly on the minds of everyone.
A night out in Manchester isn’t the same as it used to be.
From Oasis to Verve: Music industry’s most iconic images going on display as artist exhibits work in Wigan
Who is Brian Cannon? You may be forgiven for not recognising his name but you will definitely recognise his creative work.