Stuart Maconie, the broadcaster and travel writer once described by The Times as a ‘national treasure’, talks Andy Pearce at the People’s History Museum about democracy, protest and how a Northern town turned local politics into a global issue.
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From immersive playgrounds and mythological journeys to tackling injustice, this month is filled with fresh art to see all around the North.
Festivals, shows, museums, and much, much more – there’s plenty of summer fun to be had for families in Manchester and the North, whatever the weather. Here are our top picks.
There’s plenty of sunshine-drenched reading to immerse yourself in from established names and emerging talent, poets and prose writers alike, both in real life as well as online.
From basement crawlers to stadium stars, there are some electric live acts heading our way this summer. Here are our top picks.
Eclectic theatre festivals, silly slapstick and dreamy outdoor shows, there’s lots of brilliant performances happening inside and outside over the summer.
We preview the standout classical music events and venues in Manchester and the north.
Plan for July’s food and drink outings at some of the best restaurants and bars in Manchester and the North.
Explore Hollywood history, queer rarities and squirm-inducing horror across the big screens of Manchester and the North this month.
Get out in the sun this month with tours and activities that will have you engaging positively with the climate, taking the plunge in Salford Quays and getting creative.