Fill up on festive joy with an evening of fun at Manchester Museum. with market stalls, winter music, reindeer racing and sing-alongs.
Manchester Museum’s beloved Tyrannosaurus rex, Stan, is getting into the festive spirit by pulling on his Santa hat for a charity gift appeal.
Powerhouse fashion brands UN:IK and bound are joining forces to bring a week-long celebration of independent culture at Circle Square.
Join The Pankhurst Centre for a special anniversary night at the museum to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the founding of the WSPU.
A walk around Nelson Street to hear its curious history, then back to the Pankhurst Centre for cocoa & tales of the spookiest suffragettes!
Help Manchester Poetry Library complete Stitching on the Border, a new artwork dedicated to all people crossing boarders.
Manchester Museum’s Big Weekender includes hands-on activities to help inspire appreciation and caring for our planet.
A community of collaborative women – Doing boss, not Being boss. Celebrating stories, skills, and coming together for equity.
The Walk for Women will be back again this International Women’s Day 2023, with a walk on Saturday 4 March.
Explore the iconic home of the Suffragette movement on an expert-led tour complete with Christmas crafts, mince pie and mulled wine.
A workshop and soundwalk around the Man Met campus and Oxford Road to learn more about the impact of design on local sound environments.
This October half term, African and Caribbean songs will fill the galleries as well as cultural arts and crafts workshops taking place in the Whitworth’s School of Creativity.
Contact is throwing a drink and draw event as part of their World Afro Day celebrations in the run-up to new show, Halo.
The Proud Place run a number of workshops for Manchester Pride ahead of the event and over the weekend celebrations.
Join a guided tour of a distant city where nothing seems to make sense. Its people are silenced and its landscape is disappearing.