Announcing the British Pop Archive at the university’s very own John Rylands Library. Including artefacts from Joy Division’s Ian Curtis, New Order, the Sex Pistols, and Granada Television.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy attends a press viewing of the Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel exhibit at Trafford Palazzo
The most-visited immersive, multi-sensory experience in the world has extended its Manchester run by over a month
The musical polymath Damon Albarn needs no introduction. The Britpop legend, master producer, world music connoisseur, and co-founder of the most successful virtual band of all time is never one to shy away from experimentation. For two consecutive July evenings (12th & 13th July), Albarn takes attendees of Manchester International Festival on a musical voyage […]
Probert Dean considers where to draw the line in the arts funding debate
Nicola Ellis tells us why a steel factory is her ideal second studio
The international arts festival shining a light on public health returns to Manchester
Alienor Bombarde casts an eager eye over the exciting in-person exhibitions set to open in May
What does Manchester’s West Collective see in the dilapidated, iconic Antwerp Mansion? Annie Dabb and Georgina Davidson find out
Sarah Taylor reviews Manchester Art Gallery’s retrospective exhibition on the life and works of prolific filmmaker, artist, and activist Derek Jarman.
Launching on the 5th of February, MACFEST 2022 offers over 75 events that showcase the Muslim culture, from debates to workshops and art exhibitions
To mark 40 years of Postman Pat, some of the original sets and props are set to go on display for the first time in Greater Manchester
Hale Barns Carnival returns with a full-scale show but a 50% capacity – headlined by Katrina and the Waves and Boney M
Sam Burt reviews a new film ‘reconsidering the figure of the alienated male youth’
Sam Burt finds out why individual artists are off this year’s Turner Prize menu