In the 75 years since the invention of The Baby – the world’s first stored programme computer how has human behaviour influenced and transformed computer technology?
Dave Haslam and Jeremy Deller mark the publication of ‘Adventure Everywhere’, Haslam’s short book about Pablo Picasso’s Paris nightlife.
Join Castlefield Gallery to hear from exhibiting artist El Morgan and writer and curator Jamie Sutcliffe
Manchester’sLydia Becker was a leader of the women’s suffrage movement, a scientist and a trailblazer.
Join The University of Manchester and guest speaker Nazir Afzal OBE, who will share insights and reflections around gender equity.
Dr Saskia Warren, author and Senior Lecturer in Human Geography discusses findings from her new book, British Muslim Women in the Cultural and Creative Industries.
To celebrate the Manchester Lit & Phil’s 242nd birthday, they’re putting on a special screening of Young Plato, a film that is all about thinking differently.
Manchester Museum holds one of the UK’s largest Egyptology collections. What’s the story behind this fascinating collection?
Multi-award-winning scientist Sir Paul Nurse considers the most fundamental question in biology, “What is Life?”
Blackwell’s welcome Matt Qvortrup to the shop to launch his latest book, I want to break free
The launch of Anthony Burgess’s Mozart and the Wolf Gang, the seventh book in the Irwell Edition series. With live music and free wine.
Author Celeste Hicks in conversation with Dr Jenna Ashton about her new book on using the law to fight a runway and save the planet.
In this free event, Bob Scott looks back on an unusual life with several careers.
Dr. Yan Wang Preston introduces the photographic series, English Gardens, and talks about her research into why the landscape looks the way it does.
Museums and Galleries Responding to the Climate and Ecological Crisis asks what can museums do to reduce their environmental impact.