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Theatres, galleries, museums, comedy, music, literature…culture has gone online
United We Stream promises live music and performance every night
Arts Council announcement could help the cultural sector pull through the coronavirus crisis
The works will form a permanent archive of Manchester’s creative response
As shops, gyms and other community spaces also start to announce suspended services
Could the musical be even better than the film? Vicky Smith thinks so…
Fine fabrics from the past to the present
In the infamous prison’s shadow, ten artists will compete for your vote…
From carnival arts to museums and festivals, 35 organisations will receive GMCA Culture Funding
Once a ‘major display of town and country,’ the event is back for King Street...
Illusion, intrigue and a hidden speakeasy beneath the cobbles…
The festival again takes over Jodrell Bank this July with a unique mix of music...
From new publishers to bookshops and festivals, it’s a major year for literary Manchester
Its opening night attracted queues of over 2000. So what makes the Open so special?
‘The People’s City’ heralds a permanent space that will depict northern culture from the 70s...
75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, it’ll present two moving premieres in Central Library
Fun, fireworks, good fortune…and a spectacular new illuminated ‘dragon dance’
Once empty and decaying, the Grade II listed treasure is back in business