| By Divine Vika
The annual Cheetham Hill culture festival, took a different approach this year to celebrate and keep the life of the festivities going. On Sunday...
| 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 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 Anousheh Isla
Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn star in a new West End production of Sam Shepard’s conceptual thriller, True West. The...
| By Andrew Wong
From cosplay to lessons in traditional Japanese etiquette - Doki Doki Japanese festival comes to Manchester
Doki Doki is yearly Japanese festival held in Manchester Sugden Sports Center that is open to people of all ages who have an interest in any aspects...
| By Dan Gough
Videogames Live concert kicked off with Castlevania. As with all Videolive Game concerts they show segments of the various different...
| By Joe Pagnelli
Manchester Museum is coming to life this weekend with a celebration of refugee culture and history through song and dance. The Flying...
| By Miles Casey
A new arts and music festival is debuting in Mancehster later this week. Predominantly an arts activism festival, Small Steps will be showcasing 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...