Manchester Cathedral invokes the spirit of Canon Wray

At this time of year as the night time temperatures are plummeting Manchester Cathedral is looking to the legacy of one of their great...

Explore Science close up and hands on at MOSI

Ever wondered what a scientist does or how the wonders of the modern world look surrounded by LED lights? The Museum of Science &...

Discuss-Should Private Schools be abolished

The new year kicks off with the latest debate from the team at Discuss who will be asking the question,'Should Private Schools be abolished.' Private...

Scuttles comes to the Royal Exchange this February.

Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre is to stage the world premiere of award-winning playwright, Rona Munro’s new play Scuttles about Manchester’s original gangs. Set in...

Take part in Manchester Day 2015

Applications are now being invited for this year's Manchester Day. The flagship summer event will return on Sunday 14 June and Mancunians are being asked...

The animals went in two by two

Keepers at Chester Zoo are welcoming in the New Year armed with clipboards and pens as they make a note of every single animal...

Invigor

Have you decided to go on the wagon after New Year? This could be for you. In the first of its kind to be seen...

The National Theatre’s One Man, Two Guvnors returns to The Lowry

The National Theatre's award-winning comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, returns to The Lowry for one week only to banish those January blues. The acclaimed production,...

Re: Play Festival.

Comedian Justin Moorhouse, a play written across continents on Skype, an erotic fiction writer, and a new version of a classic Pinter are among...

Manchester’s National Football Museum launches WW1 exhibition

Incredible stories of football’s role at home and at the front during World War One are the inspiration behind a major new exhibition at...