Thomson & Craighead, Thom Kubli and Max Dovey lead line-up for new digital art...

Ever wondered what Housewives Making Drugs and Machine with hair caught in it can look like? These are amongst the international artworks featuring in a new digital exhibition...

Real-life stories of hope and resilience in Hidden Tales, Digital Arts Trail

Smartphone owners will find unmissable artworks in public spaces offering journeys into remarkable, real-life stories of addiction, mental illness, hope and resilience in Hidden...

Orbit Festival takes off at Home this week

HOME in Manchester are showcasing their second Orbit festival bringing together exciting new work from theatre-makers across the globe who want to explore our place...

BBC’s ‘Men Who Sleep in Cars’: A poignant look into undiscovered homelessness 

'They catch Mancunia's infectious yawn, and this great city holds them in its palm'. As the title suggests, BBC Four’s ‘Men Who Sleep in Cars’...

Anthony Burgess Foundation celebrates 100th birthday for late legend 

The International Anthony Burgess Foundation, located on Cambridge Street, has rounded up a series of events to celebrate the 100th birthday of the foundation’s...

Sound of historic Manchester Docks reimagined courtesy of major digital art exhibition at The...

For almost 100 years, the horns of ships using the Manchester Docks rang out across Salford and Trafford. Now, 35-years after their closure in...

Lancashire photographer captures WWII memories for a unique exhibition in Stockport

A Lancashire portrait photographer has teamed up with the Royal British Legion to capture and preserve the memories of World War Two veterans ahead...

Whats on this week in Manchester?

If you’re looking for ways to spend your time and are wondering whats on this week in Manchester, you need not look further. From theatre,...

Lifting the toilet lid on Ulcerative Colitis ……………..

Liz Richardson completes her return stint at HOME on Saturday 22 July before starting an 11-day run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival from 2...

Nothing is permanent or fixed-Everything crumbles-

Acclaimed North West photographer Andrew Brooks has explored the hidden spaces of The Portico Library and its collection to create a new site-specific body...

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