Material Power: Palestinian Embroideries explores the historical life and contemporary significance of Palestinian embroidered dress.
Hot Orange follows Amina and Tandeki as they navigate what it takes to sustain love and friendship beyond childhood idealism – and the moment you fall in love.
Following a sell-out run in March, The Merchant of Venice (1936) returns to Manchester with Tracy-Ann Oberman as Shylock
Reclaim The Night is back, starting at the Student’s Union on Oxford Road and marching down to Great Northen on Deansgate.
Naomi Alderman discusses her new novel The Future, creating strong feminist characters, and her superpowers as a novelist and game writer.
Join HOME this Christmas for a bold and highly theatrical re-telling of the well-known classic tale packed with music, dance and song.
Newsnight Economics Editor Ben Chu, we will seek to address questions such as what are the barriers to integration for this specific cohort of young British-born Chinese.
Transcending conventional boundaries, RNCM ArkEnsemble steps into the limelight for another riveting performance.
The legendary annual celebration of all things curious and creative returns to Manchester. Nine Lessons is a variety night like no other.
‘Lost’ music by Anthony Burgess to receive its world premiere in Man Who Has Come Through at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation.
Manchester Museum’s beloved Tyrannosaurus rex, Stan, is getting into the festive spirit by pulling on his Santa hat for a charity gift appeal.
Dr Jade de Montserrat is an artist concerned with challenging structures of care in institutions and the intersection of gender, race, class, and colonialism.