A new exhibition opens in Chorlton on the day we’re due to leave the European Union (though who knows what may happen?). Linsey Parkinson meets one of its creators, graphic designer Dave Sedgwick.
The Creative Recycling Gallery has brought beauty to Chorlton’s Beech Road for 15 years. Linsey Parkinson talked to its owners, Fiona Norton and Glennis Andrews, about its future and how we can all help.
The first branch of JP & Brimelow opened its doors in Didsbury Village in 1998 and from then on, the future was purple.
Mel Thorley remembers Chorlton’s part in the story of Northern Soul and shares a timeless party soundtrack – let the good times roll!
Best-known for his work in TV and film, Henry Normal is rediscovering his first love, poetry. Deborah Grace catches up with him.
Andrew Simpson remembers Manchester’s first brass band.
Cath Dyson presents walks which begin and end on public transport. This time, we’re strolling along the banks of the Mersey, between two bridges.
Laura Wilkinson, appearing at Chorlton Book Festival, talks to Deborah Grace about the inspiration for her disturbing new novel, Skin Deep.
The natural world gives us beautiful landscapes and amazing soundscapes too. Katherine Watson has been deep listening
Manchester has one of the world’s most vibrant live music scenes – but you need more than musicianship to break through. Ella Parkinson talks to Chorlton Band, Cosmic Shambles.