toooB is an enchanting wordless performance for 6-24 month-olds and their grown-ups.
Start your festivities with these most beloved carols as the Hallé Carol Concert comes to The Bridgewater Hall.
Choirs from around Manchester featuring medical and nursing staff sing in this Carol Concert to raise money for CLIC Sargent Young Lives vs Cancer.
The Muppet Christmas Carol is live in concert this winter at The Bridgewater Hall, featuring its musical score performed live alongside the film.
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without settling down at The BridgewaterHall with the Hallé and Raymond Brigg’s classic animated film, The Snowman.
Horrible Histories proudly presents the terrific tale of Christmas at The Bridgewater Hall this December.
An day of festive family fun and musical treats, including a screening plus live orchestra of the magical film The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson.
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.
Bring your little monsters for some creepy craft this Autumn and celebrate Halloween at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House.
Candid, ferocious, funny and loud, Glowing is a show that debunks the myths that pregnant women are having the time of their lives.
‘Every Plant that Peeps up is a Treasure’ wrote Elizabeth Gaskell about her garden in Manchester and this summer we are taking families out into the garden to discover these treasures for themselves.
Forget Me Not is a free exhibition exploring the relationship between poetry and pictures on greeting cards printed between 1840 and 1920.
The smash-hit musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory based on Roald Dahl’s classic story.
Marty and the Party is an adorable and cheeky show for young audiences and their grown-ups.
Join Poet Lemn Sissay for an exciting talk on how libraries have inspired him in his life, taking place at Manchester Central Library as part of the Festival of Libraries.