After two years of closed doors and a decade of hard work, Manchester Jewish Museum is finally open again to the public. Find out more about this hidden jewel of the North.
Hadley Stewart sits down with Andrew McMillan to discuss his latest poetry collection, pandemonium, and how he hopes to provide a language to the abstract daemons in our lives.
Tickets are now on sale to visit the new Manchester Jewish Museum which opens on Friday 2 July with the world premiere of Turner Prize-winning artist Laure Prouvost’s new installation The long waited, weighted gathering as part of this year’s Manchester International Festival.
Hadley Stewart catches up with Joshua Val Martin, the founder of Free Manchester Walking Tours, to talk about the city’s LGBT+ history.
When Drew Wilby headed down to his local community-owned coop, Village Green, he was amazed how much variety and choice they could fit into one small but extremely well seasoned store.
Ahead of Valentine’s Day this Sunday (14th), Manchester’s Corn Exchange is to unveil a special ‘Messages from Manchester’ mural that is expected to bring positivity to residents on the international celebration of romance, add a dash of history to the city via some celebrity portraits, as well as raise money for We Love MCR.
Gerry Potter has a good, old-fashioned chinwag with fellow Mancunian scribe Caleb Everett.
Gerry Potter reviews Caleb Everett’s autobiographical chapbook, The Moston Diaries, from Superbia Books.
To celebrate its fifth anniversary, the Corn Exchange Manchester is inviting its guests to share their stories of missed celebrations or to nominate deserving individuals to be granted a surprise Corn Exchange treat.
The Refuge will be offering a refined and socially distanced version of Manchester’s much loved Come As You Are weekend – allowing guests to celebrate safely on this August Bank Holiday.