The transformation of the Pankhurst Centre exhibition space is incredible thanks to its new permanent exhibition, At Home with the Pankhurst Family.
Wallpapers began arriving at the Whitworth in 1967, this exhibition delves into the galley’s collection of around 10,000 examples.
Exchanges sets art and artist together, sometimes in harmony, sometimes in opposition – always with insight and intention.
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.
The World Reimagined sees trails of large globe sculptures in cities across the UK. In Manhcester you can find one at HOME.
Artists Matthew Bamber and Ivy Kalungi explore how images, objects and bodies hold memories of personal and social histories.
Venessa Scott presents a new exhibition exploring impact and legacy through a collection of paintings and colour moments inspired by nature.
The world’s most famous ballet returns to cast its spell in English National Ballet’s stunning production.
LOB is a tennis, poetry bonanza about moving through sporting spaces as a queer body, written and performed by Roma Havers.
Manchester Literature Festival is a celebration of imagination, ideas, stories, and voices from around the world.
A.M. Homes joins Manchester Literature Festival to discuss her new novel ‘The Unfolding’ about how that night led us to where we are now.
Part of Manchester Literature Festival
Celebrating 30 years of their fifth studio album It’s a Shame About Ray, American rockers The Lemonheads will be play the album in full in Manchester.