Mental health-themed comedy night returns with a stellar line-up including Bethany Black, who starred in Dr Who.
Wayne Rooney will have to wait to make his 500th Manchester United appearance after being ruled out of tomorrow’s Premier League clash with West Ham.
Manchester is playing host to Los Angeles electro trio Mini Mansions and for guitarist Michael Shuman aka ‘Mickey Shoes’ there’s no better place.
As a former card game fanatic, there’s nothing more supreme than to hear how an insipient south London-born rapper honed his linguistic talents in the context of a card battle.
Louis van Gaal insists his Manchester United side always seek to entertain ahead of tomorrow’s Premier League clash against Crystal Palace.
Later this month, one of the continent’s most intriguing bands will be bringing its ‘dark, electronic, cinematic soul’ to Manchester.
MM looks at the best fringe events taking place this year’s conference, to give activists a peak beyond the security fence and help delegates to decide where to go.
Oldham Athletic manager Darren Kelly has called the League One table ‘false’, and insisted his side will be on the front foot against Bradford City at Boundary Park on Saturday.
Burnley-born but Bolton-raised Sir Ian, famed for his roles in the Lord of the Rings films, will attend Bolton Pride’s awards dinner on October 16 having previous posted a teasing YouTube clip in which he declared his support for the event.
Anderson, who made his England debut at Wembley against Czechoslovakia in 1978, is one of the People’s History Museum’s 100 Radical Heroes and will return to the museum on October 15 for the event to celebrate Black History Month.
A contemporary Mancunian version of Dylan Thomas’s famous play Under Milk Wood, written more in the voice of Salford punk poet John Cooper Clarke, is to be performed at this year’s Manchester Fringe Festival.