Discover acclaimed music and stand-out exhibitions, groundbreaking theatre, family, cinema and literary events in Manchester and the North.Our top picks
A powerful story of faith, bravery and redemption, Poulenc’s ‘Dialogues des Carmélites’ promises to be a highlight of the RNCM’s Autumn season.
Experience Manchester at the most wonderful time of the year. Monkeywood Theatre style.
Five of the English folk scene’s most inventive artists join together for a collaborative event that celebrates the riches of our winter traditions.
Omer Meir Wellber’s first Bridgewater Hall concert as the BBC Philharmonic’s Chief Conductor is set to be a great one, featuring works by Sofia Gubaidulina and Bruckner.
Looking for something a little bit different this Christmas? 1927 have got just the ticket.
40 Years | 40 Projects: the work of stephenson STUDIO at Castlefield Gallery marks 40 years of the stephenson STUDIO.
Christmas at Quarry Bank is welcoming families to search the grounds for reindeer, experience what Christmas would have been like for the Georgian Mill Workers and warm up with some cosy festive treats.
Head to Hatch for this ‘Festival of Winter and Christmas’, it’s open now and runs right up until Christmas Eve.
Satisfy your hunger for knowledge as well as lunch with Scranchester’s food tours of the city centre. You may discover a new favourite hidden gem or learn a bit more about the cultural or historical significance of the food you eat all the time.
It’s basically illegal to not watch The Snowman at Christmas so why not watch it with full orchestral accompaniment of Manchester’s finest, the Hallé?
Well, it wouldn’t be Christmas without a trip to see Liverpool’s jukebox-sensational Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto, would it?
Reliably festive, MCDC launches a season of Christmas-related events and workshops. It’s also the perfect place to pick up unique handmade gifts.
This is a brand new, unique event sure to captivate young and old alike. Take a breathtaking journey through six magical, interactive art installations in Manchester’s historic Heaton Park.
An artist who believed that we often know more than can be spoken, Edward Allington’s restaging at the Henry Moore Institute offers a poetic response to the complexity of the world.
A major new exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield brings together the work of two major figures of post-war British painting: Alan Davie and David Hockney.