Arts & Culture
Hale Barns has doubled for somewhere altogether grittier over the past few days as a production crew descended to film scenes for a new drama set in London’s criminal underworld.
Altrincham animation company Factory has started work on the second series of Clangers.
A new term of choir sessions begins at The Cinnamon Club in Bowdon tomorrow.
The season finale of hit BBC One drama Sherlock is to be screened at Altrincham’s Vue Cinema.
If your New Year resolution is to try something new, The Cinnamon Club in Bowdon has the perfect answer.
Scenes filmed in the Cresta Court Hotel in Altrincham featured in an episode of Coronation Street earlier this week. The…
Altrincham voiceover artist Emma Clarke is to star alongside Hollywood A-listers Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt in upcoming $120million science fiction thriller, Passengers.
An Altrincham-based choir made up of people living with dementia, Parkinson’s, stroke survivors and their carers is to release an album.
“There have been a lot of selfies!”: Behind the scenes of The Apprentice with Altrincham’s Rebecca Jeffery
Altrincham businesswoman Rebecca Jeffery last week became the sixth candidate to be fired by Lord Sugar from this year’s The Apprentice.
Two years ago, Manford’s Comedy Club was launched by comedian Jason Manford and his brother Colin.
A tree carving celebrating Altrincham’s industrial heritage has been unveiled in the town centre, the first step in the creation of a new ‘Welcoming Gateway’ to Altrincham.
Pupils from a performing arts school in Altrincham showcased a ghoulish performance at a local theme park over the weekend.
A new art gallery called The Contemporary is to open in a vacant unit formerly occupied by Au Natarale Interiors on Stamford New Road.
An Altrincham writer has been shortlisted for a top literary award for his debut novel.
Manchester music legend Clint Boon is to host a special night marking the 20th birthday of Altrincham-based music school The Music Place.
One of the North West’s most promising artists is to launch his first solo exhibition at a gallery in Hale.
“They melted everyone’s hearts”: Sisters behind Altrincham children’s choir to appear on Dragons’ Den
Claire and Tina O’Brien, the sisters behind Altrincham children’s choir Little Belters, are set to face the dragons in this Sunday’s episode of Dragons’ Den.
The Altrincham-born boss of the Barbican Centre – the largest performing arts centre in Europe – returned to his former school recently for the first time in almost 50 years.
Little Belters, the Altrincham-based singing group for 4-11-year-olds, will be heard in hundreds of schools across the country after recording songs for a new album.
Offices, shops, cafes, studios and secret places will provide the canvas for a fascinating art exhibition in Altrincham this summer.