English author, journalist and commentator Will Self took to the stage at The Lowry theatre last weekend to discuss his memoir, Will.
To celebrate something that is dying a graceless death in the minds of many may seem a strange thing.
Books exploring magic, bereavement and landscape are among the fiction and nonfiction shortlisted for a £10,000 writing prize dubbed the ‘Booker of the North’.
The festival, which is organised by founder Dr Jill Adam and award-winning music journalists John Robb and Simon A. Morrison, focuses upon the age-old relationship between music and the written word.
£2K and two days to make 2:AM the movie: Manchester filmmakers ready to shoot thriller on shoestring budget
Daring Manchester filmmakers are to begin filming their psychological thriller in the heart of the city – on only a £2,000 budget over two days.
Just unplug! Zoomanity guru calls on Mancunians living ‘caged existence’ to switch off TVs and phones
Later this year, Alan will speak at Manchester Art Gallery on the philosophies, observations and beliefs that form the basis of his book Escape from Zoomanity and its forthcoming sequel Return to Zoomanity
Manchester movies made in just 72 hours will come to life at silent screening… with LIVE sound effects and music
Innovative filmmakers take centre stage at at a film screening of silent movies from Manchester Kino Kabaret at the Deaf Institute with all music and sound effects performed live.
A Date with Dickens: Meet the man who brings legendary Victorian writer and his most memorable characters to life
World-renowned writer Charles Dickens will be brought to life in Chorlton by experienced actor and director Frank Kennedy
Contact Theatre rounded off its Queer Contact 2014 festival in celebration of LGBT History Month with an evening of spoken word poetry
Words which appeared most included ‘goblin’ and ‘toilet’
Festival brings drama to venues around city