With the office Christmas bash facing the axe this year, one theatre group has an exciting alternative: a digital whodunnit,
A video showing students from the University of Salford climbing out the first-floor windows of their student accommodation after flouting
MM has prepared a guide to the best New Year’s Eve events around Manchester for anyone who has left been a bit on the disorganised side.
Mobile defibrillators will be carried on Manchester trams for the first time ever this evening as part of the safety measures being put in place for ‘Mad Friday’.
Manchester poet Mike Garry and music composer Joe Duddell, of Elbow and New Order fame, have teamed up to create St Anthony: And Ode to Anthony H Wilson, which is being released today.
Legal highs, loud music, booze and dodgy barbecues are just some of the anti-social behaviours Manchester sixth form students aimed to prevent by staging a bad house party.
It turns out Manchester’s 24-hour party people are still partying as a study reveals the city’s 60-somethings are keeping up with the lifestyle of those in their 20s.
Two women are spicing up World Book Day by encouraging you to get up close and personal with a genre of literature recently over-shadowed by a ‘certain book that shall remain nameless’.
Rochdale’s ‘unfair burden’? So-called asylum seekers ‘should go back to own country’, says Simon Danczuk
Asylum seekers are an ‘unfair burden’ on Rochdale and many should go ‘back to their own country’, according to the town’s MP Simon Danczuk.
A barmaid who was beaten up by a drunken mother of three at a Bolton wedding reception despite pleading she was pregnant with her first child has given birth to a healthy baby.
Taste of Paradise: Iconic gay club night promises to ‘turn it up a notch’ for 21st birthday over Manchester Pride
Party people this Pride weekend are in for a treat as one of Manchester’s most iconic nights comes back with a bang for the last time.