Max Woosnam is one of the great British sportsmen to grace the football pitch, walk out to the crease and step out on to court. MM takes a look at the all-rounder’s incredible life as a worker, a soldier and a multi-talented athlete that won the world’s most sought-after sporting accolades.
The UK’s only Jewish museum outside of London is getting a revamp and will take temporary home at Manchester Central Library until then.
Seven more faith and belief groups are to be permanently represented in the National Service of Remembrance.
The production was last shown in 2014 (the centenary of the beginning of World War One) in London and was met to rave reviews, being nominated for multiple OFFIE’s and winning one.
Craig Lundberg joined the army at 16, was deployed at 21, and blind by 22.
The award-winning World War I play ‘The Glasshouse’ makes its northern debut at 53Two Manchester next week.
Bloodyminded promised to be the UK’s first single shot live broadcast interactive feature film. If you think this sounds ambitious, you would be correct.
British and French actors will descend on Manchester later this month to lead the cast of Antic Disposition’s Henry V.
Royal Air Force turns 100… historic planes land at Manchester’s Albert Square for final anniversary event
Historians and British military enthusiasts flocked to Manchester last weekend for a rare glimpse of the aircraft that helped save the country in the 20th century.
INTERVIEW: Birdsong roles discussed by EastEnders’ Riley Carter Millington and Hollyoaks’ Alfie Browne-Sykes
Soap stars Alfie Browne-Sykes and Riley Carter-Millington were born in the 1990s, some 75 years after the end of the First World War.
Part love story, part tribute to the astonishing bravery of the sappers who tunnelled underneath battlegrounds, Birdsong is as good a commemoration of the immense sacrifices made during the First World War as you will ever see.