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"Coronation Street meets Last of the Summer Wine": Bedwyr William creates festival work with Macclesfield yogi
Sunday mornings in the sun salutation pose for Bedwyr Williams, whose new film, Flexure, will premiere at a Georgian chapel for Macclesfield's Barnaby Festival.
A two-day virtual reality event in Manchester is about to show what life looks like in Chernobyl - 30 years after Reactor 4 exploded.
A campaign to excavate a rare untouched Bronze Age barrow in the North West of England has been launched following a chance discovery by an amateur metal detectorist.
From Liverpool to London, the two "thoughtful and detailed" major exhibitions telling stories of the Pre-Raphaelite
Two collectors play key roles in the beautiful Pre-Raphaelite exhibitions currently being held at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery and Leighton House Museum in London.
"Without doubt, Chester is the city of love": Is the walled city the place to be this Valentine's Day?
Could Chester be the city of love? Historians in the city think so - and have put some shiny ancient love symbols on display at the Grosvenor Museum for Valentine's Day.
Grafters: Visions and Voices of Industrial Society offers amazing photos from the past at Manchester's People's History Museum
Ian Beesley, the photographer and Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, tells Culture24 about his exhibition portraying the industrial north which is about to open in Manchester.
Magic, Witches and Devils in the Early Modern World: New exhibition shows diabolical encounters and ghosts from centuries ago
A new exhibition at Manchester's John Rylands Library looks at how the supernatural affected everyone from kings and queens to clergymen and maidservants.
"Pretty spectacular" finds at Roman cemetery show Carlisle "wasn't just a place where hairy barbarians were selling cows", say archaeologists
A Roman civilian cemetery full of "exceptional" cremation urns from the late 1st and early 2nd centuries has been discovered by archaeologists in Carlisle.
Now the property of Liverpool's International Slavery Museum, these shackles were once used on slaver ships during the so-called Middle Passage second leg of the Transatlantic slave trade.