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With opera, dance, contemporary shows, musical theatre and high-flying circus adventures, it’s all happening in Salford this winter.
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival presents five days of groundbreaking contemporary music, performances, talks and workshops from an international community of creative thinkers.
Curated by Bren O’Callaghan, renowned transgender visual artist Cassils brings their first UK solo exhibition and contemporary dance piece to HOME.
This event showcases Test Signal, described as “a ground-breaking anthology of the best contemporary northern writing from Dead Ink and Bloomsbury, showcasing the wealth of literary talent in the North of England”.
This November, HOME takes part in the BFI’s UK-wide celebration of the career of multi-award winning writer-director Mike Leigh.
Firm favourites in Manchester’s cultural calendar, the Manchester Art Fair and The Manchester Contemporary weekend are not to be missed.
Touring her critically acclaimed second album, Inner Song, Kelly Lee Owen unleashes her own vocals and brooding electronics on the follow-up to 2017’s much-lauded, self-titled debut.
Anika – the project of Berlin-based musician Annika Henderson who is also a founding member of Exploded View – is performing at YES in support of her first new album in over a decade.
Stick Man, the much-loved Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler tale of misadventure, is brought to life for small people and their grown ups this festive season by Freckle Productions.
Thrilling and challenging, HOME’s annual festival is a glimmering reminder that new performance continues to be developed, despite ‘you-know-what’.
Use Hearing Protection tells the story of Factory Records’ formative years from 1978-1982, when the label made waves with its innovative work in music, technology and design.
Thirteen independent publishing houses set out their stalls at the Christmas Northern Publishers’ Fair at Manchester Central Library.
Following the extensive transformation of their iconic Oxford Road venue, Contact has announced a vibrant and progressive reopening programme. Read our preview of the upcoming season.
A scorching new production of one of the most popular operas of all time and a sparkly Bernstein double bill, the ever-brilliant Opera North return to Salford.
Live performance, digital technology and experimental storytelling – imitating the dog bring their acclaimed adaptation to The Lowry on the last date of their UK tour. Unmissable.
Food and Drink in Manchester and the North in October, with brand new launches and some exceptional menu reboots from old favourites.