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7th Mar
Dare I say it, Game Night is a comedy that actually made me laugh out loud (quite unusual for a modern American comedy). Directing duos John Francis...
6th Mar
There are many influential figures among the Manchester School of Art alumni and Sylvia Pankhurst with suffragette, anti-fascist campaigner and...
4th Mar
Famous for his paintings of ‘matchstick men and matchstick cats and dogs,’ the exhibition of L.S. Lowry’s work at The Lowry, Salford Quays, not only...
2nd Mar
The 1970s – an unforgettable decade where change began and shaped the world we live in today. From the Sex Discrimination Act becoming active and...
1st Mar
Tucked away nicely in the depths of Stockport Museum is a hidden gem that the local folk are most definitely in love with. The Strawberry...
28th Feb
Whether it’s dreaming of walking down the aisle, binge-watching Bride Wars or scrolling through endless Pinterest boards, it’s embedded in our minds...
27th Feb
How far away are we from dystopia? It’s a question we should be pondering now more than ever before with Sophia the Robot recently being granted...
27th Feb
On Wednesday - “by order of the Peaky f*****g Blinders” - I walked in the footsteps of the Shelbys as I visited the Black Country Living Museum (BCLM...
27th Feb
When you think of a UK festival you probably associate the whole experience with muddy fields, loud, euphoric moments in music and enough booze on...
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26th Feb
Of all the places in Manchester to admire creative works, Manchester Art Gallery is my favourite. It’s a place to see classic arts, contemporary arts...

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