Playing God in Manchester

A unique and fascinating film series kicks off in Manchester on March 5, bringing together the diverse themes of religion and science. The Playing God Film...

Watch out-there is an eclipse on the way

Mark up the morning of the 20th March as a moment in time not to be missed.It's a solar eclipse, the biggest since 1999, and...

Salford based RED productions bring new car showroom drama to BBC1

Salford based Independent Production Company RED, who brought the dramas Last Tango in Halifax and Happy Valley to our TV screens are bringing a...

Indian contribution to WW1 highlighted by Manchester academics

The historic and significant role played by Indian soldiers in the First World War is the focus of a public lecture taking at The...

World Book Day Celebrations

Manchester Libraries will be celebrating World Book Day in style with a variety of exciting events to inspire children with a love of reading. More...

Wolf Hall author to visit Manchester

Dame Hilary Mantel, one of Britain’s most accomplished and acclaimed writers and author of the current BBC series Wolf Hall  will be visiting Manchester...

What’s on this Month at the Working Class Movement Library

 International Women's Day on Saturday 7 March at 2pm is being marked with a talk by Tansy Hoskins about her book Stitched Up - the Anti-Capitalist Book of...

Oldham’s Solar Flowers

Gallery Oldham's next exhibition features artwork powered by the sun.   Artist Alexandre Dang has displayed his dancing Solar Flowers around the world in recent years....

TOO MUCH INFORMATION – an audio walk through the streets of Manchester

A citywide audio walk through the streets of Manchester which uncovers a series of funny and frank conversations between a group of young people and a...

To be or not to be-Shakespeare week at Tatton Park

 Tatton Park has chosen to join over 6,000 schools and cultural organisations in celebrating the world of one of the all time greatest writers this March. Coordinated by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Shakespeare...