In Hands of Friendship at Manchester Museum join Scope’s Youth Community Collective for some messy fun to make and decorate handprints.
Join HOME this Christmas for a bold and highly theatrical re-telling of the well-known classic tale packed with music, dance and song.
Join RNCM for a one-off, semi-staged performance of Sondheim’s award-winning adventure, Into the Woods.
To mark the end of its 50th year, the Royal Northern College of Music is throwing open its doors to the local community.
A free session for young children and parents at Manchester Central Library as part of the Festival of Libraries 2023.
Part of Festival of Libraries
Based on the 1992 American comedy, the Broadway and UK smash-hit musical Sister Act returns to Manchester’s Palace Theatre in 2024.
Looking for Languages is a half-term family trail around Manchester Museum and part of International Mother Language Day 2023.
The Hero Next Door at HOME is a celebration of difference, friendship and working together to do the right thing.
Five children dream of reaching the moon from their bedroom…join the ‘Starchitects’ as they plan their daring mission.
The Pankhurst Centre is inviting visitors to meet the ‘Suffrage-eggs’ and take part in a fun Easter experience with family and friends.
Bring your little bunnies along for some egg-cellent creative craft inspired by Victorian cards and bonnets at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House.
Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company brings The Adventures of The Little Red Hen to Z-arts this Easter.
Imagine being transported into a mystical video game and wondering if you will be locked in it forever!
Join the Whitworth this Easter as Afrocats go wild! Sessions are free and operates on a flexible drop-in basis so you can join the fun at any time
Join Z-arts this Christmas for Snow Mouse, an enchanting winter’s tale for children ages 0-4.