While museums will be opening soon, if they haven’t already, the digital resources they have available can give us a new, and sometimes more in-depth, opportunity to explore the wonderful collections
Artists from Manchester’s thriving hip-hop scene will come together for a unique music project to reflect on the significance of the city’s 1819 Peterloo massacre to young people nowadays.
‘Our lives depend on turning this around’: Families to take climate action with a ‘Carnival of Creatures’
Children and parents will take to the streets of Manchester on June 1 to demand action about wildlife extinction as part of the ‘Carnival of Creatures’.
Watch: It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Jose walking to United… MM plot Mourinho’s potential Old Trafford route on foot
Jose Mourinho threatened to walk to Old Trafford if Manchester’s traffic problems continued so we’ve mapped out just how long that would take him.
‘Something a bit different’: People’s History Museum Represent! Voices 100 Years On exhibition continues to empower women in 2018
Until February 3 2019 Manchester’s People’s History Museum will display an exhibition reflecting on 100 years since the reform of the electoral system in Great Britain.
The People’s History Museum will mark the 199th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre by displaying a recently acquired commemorative medal.
Over the next few weeks the People’s History Museum in Manchester will be home to a dazzlingly colourful Sylvia Pankhurst bee in commemoration of her work with the suffragette movement.
The People’s History Museum’s new exhibition, Represent! Voices 100 Years On, launched last week as activists gathered on stage to recreate an infamous photo taken of suffragettes gathering before the Black Friday protest in 1910.
MM spoke to Andy Hoyle from the People’s History Museum to find out the top ten places to go.
I’ve met my fair share of wonder women since moving to Manchester four years ago.
People’s History Museum invites people to loiter with intent at new exhibition exploring space of city
Loitering with Intent is a new exhibition at the People’s History Museum which celebrates the Manchester-based collective of artists and activists interested in psychogeography and public space.