The transformation of the Pankhurst Centre exhibition space is incredible thanks to its new permanent exhibition, At Home with the Pankhurst Family.
Still Parents is the first exhibition of its kind, creating a platform to share personal stories open conversations and break the wall of silence that continues to surround baby loss.
Wallpapers began arriving at the Whitworth in 1967, this exhibition delves into the galley’s collection of around 10,000 examples.
RNCM Lunchtime and Spotlight Concerts occur throughout the year and are a great introduction to Manchester’s famous conservatoire.
Exchanges sets art and artist together, sometimes in harmony, sometimes in opposition – always with insight and intention.
A Woman’s Work is a celebration of 20th-century female documentary photography launching at The Refuge this International Woman’s Day.
Disney and The Palace Theatre proudly invites you to ‘Be Their Guest’ as one of the most enchanted musicals of all time, Beauty and the Beast, returns to Manchester in 2022.
Fairy Tales is Z-arts latest exhibition, an interactive world of play and storytelling for children up to 8-years old and their grown-ups.
As part of British Art Show 9, artist Abigail Reynolds is developing Elliptical Reading, a regular reading hour at local libraries in each city of the BAS9 tour.
Oh Mother is a fever dream of a show made in the heat of the love, the exhaustion and the chaos.
British Art Show 9 explores three overarching themes – healing, care and reparative history; tactics for togetherness; and imagining new futures. Each of the four exhibitions will also adapt to local contexts. In Manchester the exhibition will engage with the evolving nature of work and the ongoing struggle to shape a new social contract.
Alongside partners across the city, the Whitworth will host the forthcoming British Art Show 9, the biggest touring exhibition of contemporary art in the UK