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3rd February 2022 | By Marina Argirova

HOME cinema welcomes art lovers and artists in annual open exhibition

The Manchester Open Exhibition opened up this week – for the second time ever – in HOME cinema. The exhibition, which is open and free to...

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1st June 2020 | By Sadie Lightfoot

How long will bars and clubs in the city centre be closed for and how they will they survive the lockdown financially?

Social distancing is now a part of everyday life for the foreseeable future. In March, Boris Johnson ordered a nationwide shutdown of all pubs, clubs,...

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30th October 2019 | By Isaac Jordan

Deansgate ‘terrorism’ arrests trigger travel chaos in city centre for commuters

Two men arrested on suspicion of terror offences on Deansgate yesterday have been released without charge and police say they are treating the incident as irresponsible behaviour. Greater Manchester...

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3rd October 2019 | By Pruthvi Khilosia

Extinction Rebellion activists from Manchester prepare for protests in the capital

Students in Manchester are gearing themselves up for a week of protests as part of Extinction Rebellion’s campaign on the climate emergency.  This week a...

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30th August 2019 | By Matt Hartless

Extinction Rebellion protestors block of Deansgate road to highlight climate emergency

Climate change activists, Extinction Rebellion, have blocked off the Deansgate road in the city centre. The blockade is part of a 4-day-long protest against climate...

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27th December 2018 | By Matt Hartless

12 Days of Manchester: Three is the number of different types of events at PUSH festival

PUSH Festival returns to HOME from Friday 11th to Saturday 26th of January 2019. The festival is a programme of performances, films and exhibitions at...

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14th December 2018 | By Joseph Chorlton

MMU sport societies given cash by Revolution after boycotting the club

MMU Sports Societies have been given cash incentives and free food after boycotting Revolution nightclub in the town centre. The sport students started the boycott of...

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19th November 2018 | By Sarai Van-Cook

Review: The Vulnerables deliver a soulful and authentic performance at Lock 91

The Vulnerables are a Manchester based six-piece alternative rock band with a difference – in that lead vocalist Ruby Sherwood-Martin performs alongside both her dad...

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7th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Comedy Review: ‘King Gong’ at the Comedy Store

Comedy shows are full of surprises, so imagine mine when a former college friend appeared on stage. He was one of the dozens of acts...

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30th October 2017 | By nq_admin

Manchester Water Taxi offers traffic-free travel in Greater Manchester

A company is offering a unique way for commuters and tourists to travel in Greater Manchester – via water taxi The Manchester Water Taxi, also...