Selina Todd’s new authorised biography of Broughton playwright Shelagh Delaney was launched at Salford Museum and Art Gallery last night. […]
A new book detailing the life of Salford born Shelagh Delaney is set to launch next month, telling the story of the working class hero from Broughton.
The first academic book about cosplay was released at a book launch and exhibition in Salford this week.
Sarah Weston’s The Salford Docker explored the the Salford Docks in the 1950s to 1970s with an excellent performance from Salford Community Theatre.
To kick off National Dragonfly Week The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside and Carbon Landscape are hosting the Dragonfly Festival this weekend at Prince’s Park, Irlam.
Following the success on Love on the Dole in 2016, Salford Community Theatre is performing a play about the history of the Salford Docks.
This weekend see’s performers from the UK and Brazil join up for a the unique Precarious Carnival experience along the historic Bridgewater canal in Salford.
Salford based brewery Seven Bro7hers have teamed up with world renowned cereal makers Kelloggs to make a breakfast themed tipple.
Dreadful weather conditions failed to dampen the mood as hundreds celebrated Salford Mad Pride 2019 on Saturday.
Award winning writer Laura Harper will bring her newest comedy/drama to Salford as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival in July.