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Elvis Show Starring Renowned Performer Chris Connor

DIRECT FROM THE WEST END, THE WORLD LEADING ELVIS PERFORMER, CHRIS CONNOR stars in a brand new ELVIS production, NEVER seen before in the UK.  ‘THE WORLD FAMOUS ELVIS SHOW’. The world’s No1 Elvis performer CHRIS CONNOR, who has just been voted by a WORLDWIDE fan poll, THE BEST ELVIS PERFORMER WORLDWIDE  was ...

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Emeli Sandé is Coming to Manchester Arena

Emeli Sandé will perform at Manchester Arena this year to celebrate the release of her critically acclaimed new album Long Live The Angels. Main support will be form Calum Scott. Tickets for the Sunday 22 October concert are on sale now, priced from £37.50 (booking fees apply). Long Live The ...

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Manchester swimmers set to cross the Yangtze River

Two young Manchester marathon swimmers are gearing up for the experience of a lifetime, as they prepare to swim across the mighty Yangtze River in China later this month. Ashley Hogg and Alana Hedges, from the City of Manchester Swim Team, will be competing in the International Yangtze River Swimming ...

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Trinity Kitchen Welcomes New Street Food Vendors

Three brand new street food vendors are preparing to serve up some tasty summer treats as they join the Trinity Kitchen line-up this weekend. Shoppers can get a taste of the Caribbean, the USA and the Netherlands as the new arrivals set up at Trinity Kitchen for the next six ...

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Global Reputation – The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester is a truly global institution, with a reputation for education and innovation that resonates across the world. International businesses, charities, governments and universities turn to Manchester for our expertise. Whether it’s leading the European renaissance in industrial biotechnology or helping to train midwives in developing countries, we ...

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Help for Ethnic Minorities with Mental Illness Aim to Improve

The University of Manchester – along with Queen Mary University of London and Words of Colour Productions – has been commissioned to establish an independent centre of excellence on ethnic inequalities, severe mental illness and multiple disadvantage. With an award of £1,245,000 from Lankelly Chase Foundation, the Synergi Collaborative Centre ...

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Read Manchester Bookbench Project

Manchester Arndale is delighted to be part of the Read Manchester BookBench Project. As part of Read Manchester, the National Literacy Trust and Manchester City Council have teamed up with Wild in Art to bring their iconic BookBenches to the city Book-shaped benches have been decorated by schools and community ...

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