Elizabeth Gaskell’s House has a new exhibition about one of Elizabeth’s best-known collection of stories – Cranford.
The Whitworth presents Imran Perretta: the destructors, a new 2-screen film exploring personal and collective experiences of marginalisation and oppression.
The Collections Care Centre at the Whitworth is a space that allows the gallery to show, share and care for its important collections.
The transformation of the Pankhurst Centre exhibition space is incredible thanks to its new permanent exhibition, At Home with the Pankhurst Family.
This October HOME are back with their annual programme of work, highlighting Black artists across their Film, Theatre and Visual Art Programme
Throughout October, HOME will be releasing exclusive online interviews with Black creatives exploring what it’s like to be a Black creative working in the arts and cultural sector today.
In the 150th year of Holy Name Church, Where There Is Light questions where we find light in our lives, ourselves, others and in the world around us. Sharing the voices and stories of asylum seekers and highlighting the struggles of refugees. Free but booking required.
Blackwell’s Bookshop on University Green host authors Jenn Ashworth and Kylie Whitehead in conversation with Naomi Booth.
Manchester Folk Festival is an urban folk festival. It takes place from 21-23 October 2021 across the Oxford Road Corridor. Over the autumn weekend, they present an exhilarating range of events, with the spotlight on contemporary and traditional English folk music.
British musician and co-founder of algorave Alex McLean joins new media artist and curator Antonio Roberts online,, from 4-5pm on 21 October to discuss algorave with fellow contributors.
The first-ever Corridor of Light is a celebration of language through light, music and ideas that will take place in Manchester this autumn.
Corridor of Light presents a new commission by Tim Etchells, artist, writer and leader of world-renowned performance group Forced Entertainment.