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Peter Kay

12th November 2022 | By Thomas Markham

Thousands of fans left angered after missing out Peter Kay Live Tickets

Fans from across Britain flocked to social media to express their anger after missing out on Peter Kay Live tickets. Bolton’s famous comic Peter Kay...

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14th June 2022 | By Niamh Melody

‘It’s never just playing pretend’ at the Contact: theatre reaches out to LGBTQ+ community

Contact theatre often focusses on the importance of culture and highlight members of the LGBTQ+ community.  Recently Contact featured The Bread We Break, a one-woman show...

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14th June 2022 | By Tyrese King

Salaam festival shines a spotlight on Muslim culture in Manchester

  The Salaam Festival is a Manchester-based biennial festival that explores the future of Muslim art and culture through original work. Its aim is to...

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24th February 2022 | By Toni Clarke

Last Quiz Night on Earth kicks off north west tour in Cheetham Hill

In true Brit style, Alison Carr reckons we’d spend those final hours doing the weekly quiz down at our local pub. Or at least that’s the...

Home Black History Month

30th October 2021 | By Tyrese King

Home celebrate Black History Month 2021 while pushing the narrative

Home  put on numerous events to celebrate Black History Month this year. Events included live and online theatre, a specially curated film programme and a...

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19th May 2021 | By Victoria Thiele

‘I teared up, it was overwhelming’ — reopening of cinemas and theatre sparks strong feelings but the struggle is not over yet

(Film by George Crafer and Kiah Azriel-Freer)   It was a great night for Colin, the veteran Big Issue vendor. He says he once taught Andy Burnham...

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25th November 2020 | By nq_admin

Manchester International Festival launches training academy for unemployed young people

In 2018 the Manchester International Festival (MIF) launched the Factory Academy for unemployed adults aged 19-24 to train to work in the creative industry. Jocelyne Underwood, Factory...

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10th November 2020 | By nq_admin

Manchester lecturer takes part in research on the impact of COVID-19 on UK theatre freelancers

When the country went into lockdown in March, theatres and venues across the globe closed their doors, unsure of when they would re-open to the...

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31st October 2020 | By nq_admin

HOME Manchester launches campaign to highlight costs of running theatre

HOME Manchester launched its ’empty seat campaign’ to highlight the cost of running a venue when not at full capacity. The theatre has taken 700 seats off sale,...

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20th October 2020 | By Kiah-Azriel Freer

Home cinema reopens six months after closure due to coronavirus pandemic

Home cinema has reopened to the public after being closed for six months because of coronavirus.  Many cinemas have been struggling with current restrictions such as Cineworld announcing...