Piccadilly Place was the gritty, concrete, spare home to Free for All (Part 1) and Child’s Play for one colourful week
Harriot Allsop investigates the latest in interactive throwbacks
You’ll probably want to do this.
Your personally-tailored introduction to the arts page this year
So much to see, so much to say.
What’s on chez corner.
Centre for architecture and design. But don’t let that put you off.
The big one, also the old one.
Our introduction to the crucial galleries around and the pick of what’s on ahead.
More from our GRAFFITI SPECIAL.
Hulme’s currently pleasant and middle-class face masks a hidden past of cultural rejection and dissent – so much so that it became the underground Mecca of all things creative, including and especially graffiti.
From the riot-provoked graffiti that recently graced walls near you, we traced the way back to the explosion of graffiti in Manchester in student-friendly Hulme in the late 80s.
The Edinburgh Fringe – what it is, who it’s for, and one Manchester University student’s experience of it.