Are the reasons behind male suicide ‘many and varied’ or does the cause of such tragedies lie primarily in the fact that men are ‘no longer the provider’ for their families?
Maxine Peake’s performance in The Skriker is one that will live long in the memory.
Too Much Information is a new audio walk through the city and is the brainchild of Blast Theory, a group of interactive storytellers based in Brighton, who have teamed up with the Royal Exchange Theatre.
To celebrate LGBT History Month, MM talk to Manchester’s Toby Whitehouse, co-founder and programme director of Gaydio, about coming out and what progress the city still has to make towards equality.
Mental image: Manchester artist turns tragic brother’s battle with schizophrenia and suicide into illustrative art
A Manchester-based cross-media scriptwriter is looking to reveal the realities of schizophrenia in tribute to her tragic brother.
The Last Days of Troy: Greek mythology and supermodel take centre stage at Manchester’s Royal Exchange
Famous Greek poet Homer’s The Iliad has been adapted to the stage and will play at Manchester’s Royal Exchange titled The Last Days of Troy– and will star model Lily Cole.
Money talks: Play flaunts £10,000 in COINS on stage at Manchester’s Royal Exchange to highlight economic woes
Money The Game Show has been captivating audiences across the country and tells a unique story which relates to how the financial system crashed.
Performing arts can help homeless avoid crime and get ‘lives back on track’, says Manchester police boss
The Police and Crime Commissioner was speaking at Backstage? Me? at the Royal Exchange Theatre, which focused on homelessness and the remarkable influence of the theatre
Manchester aims to fightback into Trip Advisor’s top 10 UK cities for tourists list.
MM’s verdict on new play Much Ado About Nothing at the Royal Exchange Theatre
Handsome devils: Photography exhibition pays homage to Manchester legends Ian Curtis, Morrissey and more
Exhibition runs from January 24 to February 22