The Mill’s creator on how Television presents History

The creator and chief scriptwriter of the Channel Four series The Mill, John Fay will be discussing how television presents history at an...

Feathered friends on Salford Quays

Bird enthusiasts are being invited to fly on down to Salford Quays for a bird watching cruise. Up to 75 people are being invited to...

BBC Phil opens its new season at Bridgewater Hall

The BBC Philharmonic will be opening its new season at The Bridgewater Hall on 27 September, when Chief Conductor Juanjo Mena takes the podium...

IWM North presents Second Breath with English National Ballet to mark First World War...

A unique, one-night-only performance by English National Ballet will be performed at IWM North, part of Imperial War Museums, to mark the First World...

Corrie tea on the 23rd Floor

This arrived in About Manchester's Mail box yesterday and we can't wait to try it out. To celebrate the launch of the Coronation Street Tours...

Experience the world’s largest experiment in Manchester

Manchester will be the first stop in an international tour offering a unique insight into what has been termed the greatest experiment ever next...

The Life And Times Of Mitchell & Kenyon

Mitchell & Kenyon made their name by giving ordinary folk their five-teen minutes, or less, of fame. During the close of the Victorian period...

Chorlton’s Arts Festival returns for its fourteenth year

Chorlton Arts Festival returns this week promising ten days of music, visual arts, comedy and performance in over forty venues across Chorlton-cum-Hardy. The Festival...

Are the old stealing the young’s future? Discuss

While Britons are living longer lives and working into their pensionable years, their children are struggling to get jobs, buy houses and save for...

The Rise, Fall and Resurrection of 19th Century Town Halls

The Friends of the Manchester Centre for Regional History are giving their final talk of the year, given by Dr John Garrard, on The...