Roc & Rye is now closed.
Roc & Rye is now closed.
Head to the Portico Library for a discussion on ‘International Women’, which draws out relevant themes from the library’s exhibition, ‘Infamous: Opium, Silk, Tea & the Mission’.from £3.00
House of Books & Friends hosts an in-conversation with local author Gemma Fairclough about her debut novel, Bear Season.from £5.00
Marianne Brooker will be at House of Books & Friends to discuss her new book, Intervals, published by Fitzcarraldo and longlisted for the inaugural Women’s Prize for Non-Fiction.from £5.00
Jamie’s Italian is located in Edwin Lutyens’ soaringly elegant Midland Bank, one of the city’s treasures. The menu’s full of crowd-pleasing choices, with a huge selection of pastas, mains and bruschettas, and an appealing kids menu.The drinks range is broad and deep, with wine, beer and cocktails for all tastes and budgets.
Salut wines pride themselves in offering “wider horizons beyond the safe choices.” With 42 wines by the glass and a regularly changing selection of bottles in their Enomatic wine preservation machines (or “wine jukebox,” as they’re colloquially known), this is one of be best bars in Manchester for exploring new vintages.
From cultural points of interest to unique watering holes, explore what Levenshulme has to offer in our guide.
It’s not often that you find a street you could while away a whole day on: from beautifully made coffee in the morning, through to shopping, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner…
Cheetham Hill gets a bad rap as an area, however as you begin to look round you will find it has plenty to do. Let us be your guide.
Chorlton is a left-leaning suburb a few miles south of Manchester’s city centre (and only 10-odd minutes away by tram). A sprawling hive of artisan coffee shops, boutique clothing stores,…
The Roman General Julius Agricola founded ‘Mamucium’ in 79AD; the name means ‘breast shaped hill’, as this was what Agricola discovered in Castlefield, where the original settlement was based.
Follow Oxford Road South through the Curry Mile, along Wilmslow Road, past Platt Fields Park and through Withington and you’ll eventually reach Didsbury, an area divided into two main parts….
There's much to treat your ears to right now, as authors and poets are flocking to the region, with plenty of famous faces to catch on the road...
Prize-winning new writing, classical ballet and big-budget glamour, check out our top theatrical picks for spring onwards.
Choose from film festivals, live scores and interactive cult classics in our latest cinema guide.
Take some inspiration from our Tours and Activities guide and throw yourself into a new adventure.
Fresh concert seasons, forward-thinking festivals and a revolving door of amazing gigs. Things are looking bright as spring comes into view.
Read our latest highlights from the live classical music offer in Manchester and the North, taking in a number of the region's most cherished orchestral forces and venues.
February is a month of love so art lovers in the North - rejoice! There is lots to choose from: two photography festivals, gorgeous crafts and shows celebrating local talent.
While we wait for winter to finally end, browse through this month's best food and drink destinations in Manchester and the North.
January's finally over and the half term break is coming into view. We take a look at the top family-friendly events and activities to pop in your diary.
The best food and drink options in Manchester and the North to visit in 2024.