The Pankhurst Centre and Manchester City Council are set to create a living legacy for the women of Manchester that gathers their words, memories and experiences for all to share.
A free open mic session for emerging musicians, rappers, poets and MCs is to be held at to Central Library on Friday 24 February (2 – 4pm).
Exhibitions, live music, talks, theatre performances and storytelling are all part of Manchester Libraries’ celebration of this year’s Black History Month.
Suffragette City – Manchester’s Central Library hosts exhibition celebrating the life of Annot Robinson
Central Library is hosting an exhibition to celebrate the remarkable life of suffragette Annot Robinson.
Manchester library users will soon be able to borrow books from other libraries across the region, thanks to a new initiative launching on National Libraries Day.
Manchester Central Library has been awarded Archive Service Accreditation.
A new website designed to showcase Manchester’s rich history is now live.
More than six million Manchester parish records, dating back as far as 1538, can be now viewed online for free at Manchester Libraries.