MIF23’s ‘Economics The Blockbuster – It’s not Business as Usual’ at the Whitworth brings together business, art and community needs.free entry
Tino Sehgal presents ‘This entry’, a brand new work in the form of a constructed situation for MIF23, that celebrates the connections between different professional worlds.free entry
See ‘Traces of Displacement’, the Whitworth’s major new exhibition which uses the gallery’s collection to explore the issue of forced displacement.free entry
Through a fantastic collection of classical and contemporary artists’ work, ‘(Un)Defining Queer’ examines the use of language, histories and narratives to explore what ‘queer’ really means today. free entry
Enjoy fun and creative activities designed to encourage your little ones to play freely in the fresh air, while exploring nature and the outdoors with family and friends.free entry
Running daily from 2pm, take a closer look at some of the Whitworth Art Gallery’s collection while gaining a better understanding of the context in which the pieces were created.free entry
Visit Manchester Town Hall and you’ll spot bees picked out in the mosaics across the lobby floor – once seen, you’ll notice them everywhere. Appearing on benches, council flower pots and…
We cherrypick our favourite spots on Oxford Road, taking in unique theatres, characterful gig venues and fascinating museums.
From picturesque settings to pay-as-you-pose spaces, here’s our guide to the best yoga classes Manchester has to offer.
Looking for things to do with babies? Check out some of our top things to do with the littlest tourists before you set out.
What To Do When It Rains In Manchester? We pick out the best things to do in Manchester when it’s wet. There’s plenty to do in Manchester when it rains.
Manchester’s art venues and cultural spaces are back open after a tough year of lockdown. Here’s everything you need to know about the region’s art scene.
Ancoats, just off the Northern Quarter in Manchester, is one of the city’s most increasingly desirable neighbourhoods. Find out why.
Manchester’s picturesque Canal Street and its surroundings constitute what is reputedly the oldest gay village in the country. Recent years have seen the area become a favourite destination of big…
Chapel Street has the different counter-cultural feel of another city: still industrial, more casual, temporal. Here’s what the area has to offer.
Located halfway between Manchester and Stockport, for many people Levenshulme is just another place their bus travels through on the way to and from work. But here’s a quick history…
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…
As an area, Cheetham Hill gets a pretty bad rap. The foreboding architecture of Strangeways Prison and the arterial width of Cheetham Hill Road mean that many never go –…
There's no rest for the art lover - this month brings outdoor sculpture, musings on water, political drawings and Liverpool Biennial 2023!
We look towards a summer filled with quality festivals, from cultural behemoths to grassroots gems.
The sun has finally got his hat on! Enjoy our top picks of family-friendly events and activities, both indoors and outdoors.
Summer's classical music calendar is filling up nicely! Read our top picks of concerts happening in Manchester and the North.
Books are big this summer, with festival readings, poetry slams, creative writing activities and famous faces all putting in an appearance.
All signs point toward June being a scorcher of a month, so let’s take a look at all things summery food and drink.
From literary activities to brilliant independent shops, keep your minds and homes filled with the good stuff this month.
Check out our updated guide for lively theatre festivals, rip-roaring rooftop circus and dreamy outdoor shows.