Manchester’s most loved club nights, The Warehouse Project, have announced their 10th anniversary season schedule – and it looks like it’s going to be as raucous as ever.
Manchester Central Library are offering happy couples the chance to start their next chapter as husband and wife in the historic city-centre landmark.
MM talks to Emily Barker of Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo about touring, laundrettes and home-cooking ahead of their last ever gig.
Night and Day complainants MOVE OUT as noise row ‘puts them off Manchester’… but vow to live by venues again
Two principal complainants against the alleged ‘noise nuisance’ at Night and Day Café are moving out after being ‘put off Manchester’ by the row.
The disused railway Mayfield Depot set to be transformed into one of Manchester’s prime event centre and nightclubs will be a ‘good neighbour’ in Piccadilly, promise the developers.
The Music Venue Trust’s petition, founded earlier this year, calls for an urgent review of current noise abatement legislation affecting many city centre bars and live music haunts across the country.
Night and Day Café face the music: Venue gets date for crunch meeting over noise complaints and licence review
Night and Day Café has been ordered to attend a compulsory review meeting on June 9 to discuss whether they have been breaching the terms of their noise abatement notice and venue licence.
From one child to another: James Franco’s Child of God gets Manchester premiere after teen sex text scandal
Grimm Entertainment are bringing an exclusive premiere James Franco’s new film to Manchester Dancehouse theatre this week in a treat for movie maniacs.
‘An honour’: Manchester firefighter-turned-boxer Suz Member hopes to emulate hero Rocky at iconic York Hall
Member recently returned from trip to Zambia where he donated fight fees to charity
Night and Day noise row: Owners face huge fines or prison if council chiefs carry out prosecution threat
Owners could face fines amounting to tens of thousands or time in jail if council do prosecute
Turning Piccadilly’s Mayfield Depot into nightclub will ‘ruin businesses and breed crime’, claims anonymous letter
Anonymous letters asks residents to raise concerns