Spend a day in the city and it rapidly becomes apparent just how much it has reinvented its industrial past into a new, trendsetting present – and an ambitious future. There’s plenty of things to do in Manchester too, from award-winning theatre and exhibitions to an exciting food and drink offer and thriving literature and music scenes.
Aptly named Dawn Chorus, Jacques Greene’s latest album signifies a new chapter in the French-Canadian producer’s musical journey. Be a part of it at YES.
Described as ‘immensely charming’ by The Stage, this hilarious homage to the masters of slapstick and silent comedy comes to HOME Manchester.
Joined by celebrated violinist Liza Ferschtman, the BBC Philharmonic presents two Eastern European masterpieces and an epic symphony by Myaskovsky.
Daring, fabulous and with a nautical twist for 2020, House of Suarez are back to host the ultimate battle for dance supremacy.
Visit People’s History Museum’s 2020 display of political banners from across the years – including several that will go on public show for the first time.
CFCCA presents Singapore artist Ho Tzu Nyen’s alternative ‘A to Z’ account of Southeast Asia, focusing on the region’s neglected histories.
People’s History Museum – Manchester’s national museum of democracy – celebrates its 10th birthday with a special weekend of events.
Movies meet music as Video Jam presents an evening of five commissioned short films by international artists, each scored by a different UK composer.
How have visions of utopia and the visual culture that helped form it impacted upon the Brexit debate? A new exhibition at the Whitworth explores.