The story of how thousands of documents were saved from destruction by the Nazis in the Warsaw Ghetto will be shown for the first time.
A record number of young people and adults in Manchester have championed reading this year and successfully completed the Reading Ahead challenge.
Manchester has been successful in its bid to join UNESCO’s worldwide Creative Cities network as a City of Literature.
Basketball players, bosses, actors, park wardens - and even a llama - joined children and adults across the city this week to take part in Read Manchester's challenge to ‘drop everything and read’.
Children and adults across Manchester are being challenged to ‘drop everything and read’ for ten minutes on National Poetry Day
Budding entrepreneurs are invited to receive business advice from experts and hear their inspiring stories at Start-Up Day, at Manchester Central Library.
BookBenches painted with literary designs by Manchester schools and community groups will pop up across Manchester this summer, helping to spark a love of reading across the city.
Central Library is opening its doors on the evening of Saturday 22 April for a retro-party in one of the most iconic historic buildings in Manchester.
Rock legend Chrissie Hynde dropped into Manchester Central Library for a tour of the Oasis:DNA exhibition.
Budding entrepreneurs are invited to receive business advice from experts and hear their inspiring stories at Start Up Day, at Manchester Central Library.
Businesses from across the city have pledged their support for the Read Manchestercampaign at a breakfast event hosted by Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief Executive of Manchester City Council.
Satisfaction with Manchester’s library service has climbed to more than 93 per cent, according to a recent survey
Central Library is to host a national flagship event to celebrate books and reading.
Members of the Council’s Executive have published their priorities for the period up to 2020 to help support the Our Manchester strategy for the city.
An adult learner from Manchester has proved she is one in a million by beating off competition from adult learners up and down the country to win a national award.
Families are invited to join in the fun this Sunday - at Central Library - to celebrate a summer of the Big Friendly Read - The Summer Reading Challenge.
Today, Tuesday 22 March marks the second anniversary of the reopening of Central Library – and 2.5 million people have already visited the Manchester landmark since its reopening in 2014.
A brand new campaign to improve literacy levels and get Manchester reading has attracted millionaire backing - twenty millionaires to be precise - all pupils at Plymouth Grove Primary School.
Suffragette City – Manchester’s Central Library hosts exhibition celebrating the life of Annot Robinson
Central Library is hosting an exhibition to celebrate the remarkable life of suffragette Annot Robinson.
A star of children's fiction has helped Manchester to launch its World Book Day celebrations.
Manchester library users will soon be able to borrow books from other libraries across the region, thanks to a new initiative launching on National Libraries Day.
Manchester Central Library has been awarded Archive Service Accreditation.
Manchester Central Library was reborn on Saturday 22 March, as it opened its doors to the public after undergoing a transformation during the last three and a half years.
Residents are invited to the launch of the new Barlow Moor Community Library on Saturday 15 February.
A brand new library opened its doors in the Abraham Moss Centre, Crumpsall, today, Monday 3 February.
A new website designed to showcase Manchester’s rich history is now live.
More than six million Manchester parish records, dating back as far as 1538, can be now viewed online for free at Manchester Libraries.
Manchester Libraries have launched a new app for mobile devices, which is available to download for free.
Manchester Libraries have developed a new online toolkit packed with information and support for jobseekers.
The Lord Mayor of Manchester formally opens a library and learning centre in Higher Blackley at 11:30am on Saturday 12 May, as part of a Family Funday of activities to celebrate the new centre.
A new charity will be formed to support additional activities of Manchester Central Library intended to complement and add value to Manchester City Council’s major ongoing commitment to core services.