Television is for old people?

This is the question being debated at this month's Discuss Event as they explore who actually watches how many of those viewers make the...

Greater Manchester Museum’s Group-TV and Radio exhibition

From Edison's GEM phonograph which played recordings onto wax cylinders, via the Crystal Radio, the early Philips transistor of the 1950's to today's connected...

A very Victorian Scandal- The Hulme Fancy Dress Ball Raid

The First National LGBT History Festival is producing a weekend of theatre to celebrate the tenth anniversary of LGBT History Month. A Very Victorian...

New Art exhibition explores Bolton’s Industrial legacy

A new exhibition which opens today explores part of Bolton's Industrial Heritage. The Mills Mines Machinery Art Exhibition features original artwork by the Blackrod Art...

New exhibition celebrates man who brought literature to the masses

An exhibition featuring the first publisher to be credited with making literature affordable to the masses is being launched today (29 January) at Manchester’s...

Theatre Ad Infinitum, The Lowry’s Associate Artists, bring new wordless thriller Light – performed...

Inspired by Edward Snowden’s revelations, Theatre Ad Infinitum conjures an Orwellian future where a totalitarian regime monitors the thoughts of its citizens through implants....

Parklife mistakes won’t happen again say Parklife organisers

Concerns following last year's Parklife festival in Heaton Park will see a new taskforce being set up to directly manage the issues surrounding the...

New course on Radical Women at the Working Class Movement Library

Local Historian Michael Herbert will be teaching a ten week course on Radical Women 1790 to 1918, starting on Wednesday 4 February at the...

James plunge into the Forest

James has announced a summer date as part of the Forestry Commission’s annual Forest Live concert series. In what will be a ‘home’ forest...

Artists unveil “Song for Coal”

A immersive artwork by Manchester School of Art lecturer is currently on display at the prestigious Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Song for Coal by Ian Rawlinson...

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