News published March 2022
Manchester Art Gallery extends its opening hours and offers last chance to see Derek Jarman exhibition
Manchester Art Gallery will be increasing the number of days a week it opens from five to six from April 1, coinciding with a last chance to see the popular Derek Jarman Protest! exhibition before it ends.
Unique partnership between Manchester Art Gallery and the LGBT Foundation’s programme for over 50s Pride in Ageing leads to creation of Jarman inspired Pocket Park in the heart of the city centre
Six design teams have been chosen to move forward to the next stage of an international design competition to create a world class space in the area centred around Piccadilly Gardens.
New accommodation in south Manchester, to help homeless families into permanent accommodation, has been hailed a success, as it celebrates its first anniversary.
2022 Our Year is a year of action across Manchester where, together, we’re creating more activities, opportunities, experiences and support for our children and young people.
Manchester will be going green tomorrow as it celebrates St Patrick's Day and the Emerald Isle with 'The Manchester Irish Weekender'.
Members of the public are being invited to have their say on a brand-new Work and Skills Strategy for Manchester that aims to help residents and businesses alike share in the city's success.
Local people and businesses have expressed their support for a public realm strategy for the next phase of development in Ancoats, helping to bring two decades of investment to completion.
Pupils at Manchester's newest high school were given a bird's eye 'Belle Vue' when they inspected progress on their brand-new school last week and took part in a traditional 'topping-out' ceremony to mark the final phase of its construction.
We’re still here. That’s the message from Manchester’s public health Chief, David Regan, in a reminder to the city that help is still on hand for anyone suffering from the effects of the pandemic.