Manchester Fashion Industry returns this month with 'Metallica: An Evening of Style'.Read the full story ›
Robbie Williams will start his world tour in Manchester.
The former Take That star announced he's playing at the Ethiad stadium on the 2nd of June next year - the first of 29 shows in 18 countries.
The singer told Victoria Grimes there will be another reunion with his former band mates at some point.
It's nearly 30 years since The Smiths broke up. Now the man who wrote the music, has written his autobiography.
Born in 1963 in Manchester to Irish parents, Johnny Marr set up his first band aged 13 while living on a council estate in Wythenshawe.
In the early 80s, he met and formed a band with Morrissey. Their song-writing partnership defined the Smiths until Marr left the group in 1987.
He's decided to reveal all, in his debut book, Set The Boy Free.
He's been telling Smiths fan Mike Hall why he decided to write his side of the story now.
Robbie Williams announces his tour starts on 2 June 2017 and will kick off in Manchester.
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When asked what's on his tour rider these days Robbie revealed its water and no carbs...
Robbie Williams is keeping fans guessing by calling a press conference today but not revealing anything more.
His 12th album, Heavy Entertainment Show, is billed as Williams’s big pop comeback. His Greatest Hits is back in the top 10 for the first time in 10 years.
There's speculation he could announce a new tour, but Take That fans continue to hope for a possible link up with his former group.
In a birthday message Kai Rooney was pictured embracing younger brother Klay, posing next to a light-box which read "Happy Birhtday Kai".Read the full story ›
Mr Toad of Toad Hall and his friends have been enchanting children for generations.
But the book, the Wind in the Willows, now has a new life, as a musical.
Part-written by the man who brought us Downton Abbey the show's now in the north west, which is home ground for many of its cast.
More now from Victoria Grimes.
Manchester’s biggest, most festive red resident will return to his seat in front of the town hall this weekend as the giant Santa returns.Read the full story ›
Girl's Aloud star Sarah Harding is starring in the new touring production of Ghost the musical which is in Manchester all this week. She is joined by Hollyoaks actor Andy Moss who plays the role immortalised on screen by Patrick Swayze.
- Michael Worrall went to meet them at the Palace Theatre, Manchester.
Alan Partridge fans flooded a Manchester book shop to catch a quick chat with their idol this morning.Read the full story ›