6th December 2023 | By Makenna AliManchester City of Literature celebrates writing from the LGBTQ+ community
Writers, storytellers, and members of the LGBTQ+ community gathered at the Manchester Poetry Library for the Our Stories conference to celebrate Queer literature. Our Stories...
1st December 2023 | By Matthew BarberManchester festival announces Christmas show to help the homeless
After All festival has announced a Christmas show with all of the profits going to musicians against homelessness.
22nd November 2023 | By Rebecca MillsManchester welcomes The UK Jewish Film Festival this November.
The 27th annual UK Jewish Film Festival returned to cinemas across Manchester. Featured venues included Parrs Wood Cineworld cinema in Didsbury, Home in the city...
3rd November 2023 | By Rebecca MillsFatboy Slim announces Castlefield Bowl gig as part of UK and Ireland 2024 summer tour
The world-famous DJ will be returning to Manchester on July 5, as part of his eight-date ‘Loves Summer’ UK and Ireland tour, which will also...
20th October 2023 | By Vaibhav ZutshiSanskruti: Vegan Vegetarian Restaurant Celebrates 10 Years of Deliciousness in Manchester
Introduction In the heart of Manchester, there’s a hidden gem that has been delighting food enthusiasts for a decade. Sanskruti, a vegan and vegetarian Indian...
19th October 2023 | By Makenna AliManchester Literature Festival fights back against the government attacks on humanities
The humanities need strengthening in the face of assaults from the Tory Government according to the director of the Manchester Poetry library.
13th October 2023 | By Matthew BarberFirst venue purchased by Music Venue Properties in Greater Manchester
The Snug, Atherton has been purchased by the Music Venue Trust, allowing the venue to remain open under increasing stresses.
22nd May 2023 | By Zara GallimoreFestivals and the environment: are we doing enough?
How can event organisers be more environmentally friendly to protect our fields after festivals.
22nd May 2023 | By Zara GallimoreCelebration in culture and literature at the bookshop on the Curry Mile
A bookshop on the curry mile, Alexandria Library, that is entirely charity-run with funding from various churches and ran by volunteers.
19th May 2023 | By Callum PickupDidsbury win the Manchester and Cheshire Cup
In front of over 200 Spectators, AFC Didsbury win the Manchester and Chesire Cup by beating Romiley 2-0 in the final at Wythenshawe Town.
16th May 2023 | By Callum PickupDidsbury Players announce a new production
The amateur dramatics society, The Didsbury Players, reveals their upcoming production, Vinegar Tom. The production will take place on the 16th and 17th of June at the East Didsbury Methodist Church.
11th May 2023 | By Jessica SmithEurovision celebrations begin as Picadilly Gardens is transformed
Eurovision celebrations have begun in Manchester, in support of Northwest city neighbours, hosts Liverpool.
10th March 2023 | By Ruby Qaimkhani‘It’s a selection of our favourite events and workshops that celebrate women’, says Lass Fest organiser
The annual Walk for Women event took place in Manchester when hundreds took to the streets in support of women’s rights and to denounce gender-based...
14th February 2023 | By Ruby QaimkhaniCash prizes to be won by GM artists via Manchester Independents open call for commissions
Manchester Independents (MI) 2023 are taking applications from new and established artists to provide work in any artform. Successful applicants will be eligible to receive...
31st January 2023 | By Zara GallimoreGrassroots music venue live performances have fallen by 17% since 2019
The Music Venue Trust (MVT) has called for a review of VAT for venue ticket sales after a report found that grassroot music venue live...
24th January 2023 | By Ola AdeyemiCompetition, rain defier wins £1,000 in arcade game
A passer-by who chose to challenge other contestants in an arcade game and defied the rain won £1,000 at an event in Piccadilly Gardens. Hellen...
24th January 2023 | By Callum PickupHushing up the Northern Music Scene
The Night and Day Cafe, the lauded Oldham Street music venue, was served a Noise Abatement Notice (NAN) by the Manchester City Council in 2021...
18th January 2023 | By Jessica SmithBBC Radio Manchester work alongside mayor Andy Burnham to support upcoming musicians in the city
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham this week kickstarted a new program together with BBC Radio Manchester to help upcoming musicians in the city. The mayor will...
12th December 2022 | By Rachel Cowsill‘It’s a spectacle!’: The Royal Northern College of Music are performing Die Fledermaus with a few surprises
Die Fledermaus is one of the most famous operas in history. What’s a better way to celebrate 50 years of the RNCM than with a...
24th November 2022 | By Ruby QaimkhaniBBC and ITV labelled as ‘bias’ and ‘woke imperialists’ for not broadcasting the Qatar world cup opening ceremony
Family-friendly sporting event What began as a celebration of culture and ethnicities as well as a passion to show family-friendly music (without the emphasis on...