Marx is back

The one-man play Marx in Soho by Howard Zinn will be on at the King's Arms in Salford, this Thursday 18 June. The premise of...

Early Burgess on show at Central Library in new Exhibition

A new exhibition charting Anthony Burgess's early years in Manchester has opened. Manchester Made Me follows the writer's early years in the city from the...

Dragon boats set to arrive in Salford Quays this weekend

Salford Quays is all fired up to host the UK Chinese Dragon Boat Festival 2015 on Sunday 14 June.The historic race, which is taking...

 Maxine Peake Joins in The Big Wild Rumpus at the Whitworth

On the 13th of June at 11am over 60 venues across the country willwill celebrate the classic children’s book Where the Wild Things Are...

Parklives launches across Manchester’s Parks

Manchester Council is teaming up with Coca-Cola Great Britain to launch Parklives, a programme of free activities in Manchester’s parks.  The parks taking part are:...

Capitalism is good for communities -Discuss

The latest debate from the people at Discuss is taking place this week. Capitalism is good for communities will be argued by Breffni Walsh, Founder,...

Plans for Rochdale Gallipoli memorial ceremony revealed

A permanent memorial in Rochdale to honour the service of local men who fought in the Gallipoli campaign and the sacrifices made by their...

Rebel without a cause in East of Heysham

The fiftieth anniversary of the death of matinee idol James Dean proves to be the catalyst for more than one rebel without a cause The...

Refugee children’s chilling images of Syria conflict to go on show

Drawings made by children displaced by the Syrian conflict showing their experiences of the war are to go on show as part of an...

Gods are fallen and all safely gone

Grayscale’s Gods are fallen and all safely gone opens in The Studio at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre on Friday 12 June – Saturday 13...

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