Discover fantastic things to do in Manchester and the North – from cinema, concerts, art exhibitions and theatre to outdoor family events and sizzling spoken word.Our top picks
in Khan we’ve got a real master of the craft. Pair him up with the immaculate dancers of the English National Ballet and it is hard to see what could go wrong
Master of transformation Kathryn Hunter brings to life an extraordinary fable of corruption, avarice and the collapse of absolute power.
Get down to Contact this Saturday as it is transformed into a family friendly creative paradise. Fly a virtual kite in spectacular settings across the world, DJ, dance and draw on the windows.
One of the top 40 genre film festivals in the World, Manchester’s annual festival of horror, cult and fantastic film at Odeon Printworks returns this October.
With the Black Lives Matter movement at the forefront of many people’s minds it is a good time to revisit Harper Lee’s iconic testament to tolerance.
The annual Humanities in Public Festival enjoys a strong reputation for its city-wide programme of events – and over 7,000 regular attendees.
An exhibition focusing on the work of Tracey Emin and William Blake to reveal surprising links between the two artists.
A major new exhibition bringing together some of the most internationally renowned neon artworks from the 1960s to the present day. The most significant survey focusing solely on the medium of neon staged in the UK to date.
The Other Room introduce poet, essayist, editor and critic Charles Bernstein, artist Susan Bee, and Maggie O’Sullivan.