As COVID restrictions ease, there are plenty of events to book for on Oxford Road Corridor.
Back with a bang, The Deaf Institute presents five weeks of socially distanced fun, featuring DJ sets from local bands, record label takeovers and screenings.
After being postponed last year, this long-awaited family exhibition finally opens at Z-arts. Join the Tiger for tea and hear the tale of his surprise visit to Sophie and her mummy.
HOME brings A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Homeground and it’s set to be one of the highlights of HOME’s season-don’t miss it!
Presented by HOME in partnership with Community Arts North West, Horizons Festival 2021 embraces the national Refugee Week theme ‘We Cannot Walk Alone’,
Castlefield Gallery reopens its doors with Nicola Ellis’ first major solo exhibition which will include a large site-responsive work reaching up into the the gallery’s double-height space
The Royal Northern College of Music has been examining the future of music since the PRiSM Future Music festival in 2019. Since then, they’ve helped shine a light on such developments in new music as artificial intelligence, virtual reality and live coding.
The Hallé perform Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony at The Bridgewater Hall with Conductor Tabita Berglund, an outstanding young Norwegian conductor with a growing reputation.