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Theatres, galleries, museums, comedy, music, literature…culture has gone online
Arts Council announcement could help the cultural sector pull through the coronavirus crisis
A regularly updated list of public events affected due to the coronavirus
From new publishers to bookshops and festivals, it’s a major year for literary Manchester
‘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
North’s largest art expo returns with over 1000 pieces and a very special prize
From ‘friendly’ accents to quirky dialects, new map wants your opinions
City has topped The Economist Global Liveability Index for eight years running
Featuring over 100 speakers over seventeen days, MLF returns from 4-20 October
The exciting restaurant, bar, coffee lounge and cultural space opens in the city centre this...
Jonathan Schofield on art, bombs and war as an exhibition tells the 80-year-old tale
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Work on a new South Asian gallery and touring exhibitions space will begin this August
Documentary tells the tale of another threatened music venue, as part of Manchester Film Festival
On the centenary of WW1’s end, Syria exhibition highlights the endurance of conflict
Since closing in 2016 due to funding cuts, the building has remained derelict - now...