Manchester Central Library

Producers Adeola and Ronke Adelakun and Monique Kufuor during the Black Creative soirée

9th November 2022 | By Chloe Graber

Black creatives soirée at central library part of Black History Month is huge success

A new organisation aiming to change the way black people are perceived is celebrating after its first event promoting black creativity was a sell-out. More...

Sign at the entrance to Manchester central library

6th November 2022 | By Elena John

Vulnerable people may be forced to use Manchester Central Library as a ‘warm bank’ this winter

Manchester Central Library may become a “warm bank” for those who cannot afford to heat their homes during the cost of living crisis. Andy Burnham...


4th February 2019 | By Sophia Khan

See My Dunya: central library exhibition shines spotlight on Manchester’s Somali community

See My Dunya exhibition showcases what it's like to be a Somali living in Manchester


30th October 2018 | By Sian McGuinness

There Is A Light That Never Goes Out: photography exhibition celebrates city’s music pedigree

Manchester’s Central Library is currently home to a photography exhibition celebrating the city’s rich music heritage. There is a Light That Never Goes Out (the title...

Seven Thousand Feet

30th October 2018 | By Sarai Van-Cook

Seven Thousand Feet: artist socks it to diabetes in new exhibition

An exhibition containing 7,000 thousand socks is on display at Manchester Central Library to raise awareness about diabetes-related limb amputation. Every year, more than 7,000...