Through his inimitable style, cult author Max Porter brings Shy to life, allowing us to enter his head and see what lies beneath.
How do we raise our kids with joy and wonder in uncertain and – let’s face it – increasingly bleak times?
RNCM Symphony Orchestra presents John Adams’ Harmonielehre, a 40-minute suite in three movements inspired by philosophy and dreams.
Personal Trainer is Willem Smit’s rock collective. Live, they have an ever-shifting line-up with members from bands like Pip Blom.
Join Professor David Leigh for Creating the tiniest machines and discover the possibilities molecular-level machines hold.
Bleach Lab are always striving to break new ground and be constantly on the move sonically. See them at Canvas this October.
Terje Isungset returns to the UK with his exquisite new quartet featuring voice, ice harp, ice horn, iceophone, ice percussion and ice bass.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s multi-award-winning Hamilton is touring the UK and is coming to Oxford Road’s Palace Theatre for a 15-week run.
Join Reginald D. Hunter for an hour of exploring this phenomenon in this progressive work in a pre-next-variant world.
This Kind of Black (Requiem for Black Boys) is the powerful new stage show from poet and musician Reece Williams.
The Fool leaves King Lear before the blinding. Before the ice-creams in the interval. Tim Crouch draws on ideas of virtual reality to send the character back to the wreckage of the world they left.
One of the UK’s most ambitious art fairs, Manchester Art Fair, returns to Manchester Central on the 17-19 November.