| By Andrea Maria Petrie
New campaign encourages creativity amongst Greater Manchester residents to combat lockdown-induced mental health dips
‘get creative during covid’ explores the links between creativity and wellness and shows how this can be beneficial for declining mental health...
| By Jess Stoddard
In 2018 the Manchester International Festival (MIF) launched the Factory Academy for unemployed adults aged 19-24 to train to work in the...
| By Rory Gannon
Manchester musicians have hit out at the government for suggesting people left unemployed by the Covid-19 pandemic should retrain to find work....
| By George Crafer
The Lowry theatre’s contract with the Ministry of Justice to become a Nightingale court has been described as a “breather” rather than as a...
| By Pruthvi Khilosia
Business and high-rise corporations will not be the only thing affected by Brexit - the arts are also facing a time of major uncertainty. The UK is...
| By Fionn Burrows
Taking place across 18 days Manchester International Festival features an array of UK and world premieres from internationally-acclaimed...
| By Alex Challies
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams discusses new tech venture at Manchester Metropolitan University
Maisie Williams, most famously known for her character Arya Stark in HBO’s Game of Thrones, spoke to a sold-out crowd this afternoon at Manchester...
| By Lewis Finney
Apart from investment in: farming, research, arts and culture, young people, growth and jobs and health care, what have the EU ever done for us...
| By Phillip Beamon
The debut of Charlotte Delaney’s new play, Sweet Responsibility, being at the Salford Arts Theatre seems entirely appropriate. Exploring how “the...
| By Jack Park
Art Review - Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers at Manchester City Art Gallery
2017, the year when Donald Trump brought a ‘Muslim Ban’ into place which sent airports and countries around the world into chaos. Just...