Beckett trilogy heads to the Lowry

A trilogy of Samuel Beckett plays performed by actress Lisa Dwan, will be coming to the Lowry Theatre in September for their only northern...

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...

ATRESBANDES presents Locus Amoenus, coming to the Lowry, 

Three strangers meet on a train. In one hour, the train will crash and they will all die From the Spanish company that created the...

Explore the illustrated world of Nick Sharratt with interactive exhibition

Families in Manchester will have the chance to explore the iconic world of award-winning illustrator and Read Manchester campaign ambassador Nick Sharratt as his...

Manchester supporting Armed Forces day

This Saturday, the 28th June is Armed forces day and the region will be celebrating. Service personnel and their families from across the Manchester have...

Paddleboard Yoga comes to Salford

Anyone who has ever watched Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) – a sort of stand up canoeing but on what looks like a surfboard –...

Celebrating 100 years of Manchester born Anthony Burgess

Anthony Burgess would have celebrated his 100th birthday on 25 February 2017.  As part of the centenary celebrations, The Manchester based International Anthony Burgess Foundation...

Mark the November 13-15 weekend in your diary. It might get Loud…

The Music/literary Festival Louder than Words returns for its third year at the Palace Hotel on Oxford Road featuring three days of fabulous panels,...

A pop-up-theatre pitching at Love Eccles Festival 2016

Roundabout will once again be heading north and pitching up their auditorium in Salford. Following the pop-up theatre-in-the-round's successful run in 2015 on the...

Manchester Theatre Awards announced

Manchester’s Royal Exchange theatre had a bumper haul of trophies from the Manchester Theatre Awards, revealed at a star-studded event at the city’s HOME...