Plaster Cast Theatre make their return with their commendable play ‘Action Man’ back in Manchester next month.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month marked the jubilant end of the First World War and triumph for Britain and the Allies.
The two minute’s silence – a time to reflect upon those who lost their lives during World War One – was acknowledged far and wide.
Manchester will host a series of national commemorative events to mark the Battle of the Somme’s centenary.
‘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.
The Lindy Hop burst out at Manchester Piccadilly station, with dancers dressed as commuters boogying in support of the Poppy Appeal.
An art tutor, who was forced to stop painting after suffering two heart attacks, has finally seen his First World War tribute unveiled after it was completed by his students.
Oldham Council is planning a number of Remembrance Sunday ceremonies to honour those who have fallen during warfare.
A 15-year-old boy from Blackburn has been sentenced to life after encouraging a man in Australia to commit acts of terrorism at a national day of remembrance.
MM head out to Piccadilly Gardens to ask Mancunians whether they think there is too much pressure put on people to wear poppies before and after Remembrance Day.
A thug who used a makeshift flamethrower to attack a young Army Cadet selling Remembrance Day poppies in Manchester city centre, is still being hunted by police.