12th February 2015 What’s On

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Sunday 22nd February


Tuesday 24th February

LGBT History Month presents Dominic Berry
6.00pm at Manchester Central Library


Saturday 28th February

11:00am – 5:00pm at Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS


Sunday 1st March

A day for practical organising between journalists, publications and independent media organisations.

Tuesday 3rd March


Saturday 14th March

Ladyfest Manchester Featuring music from: Locean, LIINES, Little Rach, Rosalie 23, Vieka Plays and Power Frau DJs
Also: Zines from Northwest Zinefest and Salford Zine Library, Workshops and stalls TBA, Cake stall!, Raffle!, Badge making! and Other stuff!

Suggested donation: £5
All proceeds to Manchester Womens Aid who provide essential services to abused women and their children and are currently facing cuts which will heavily affect their amazing work

Klondyke Club, Burnage Range, Levenshulme, M19 2HQ


Sunday 15th March


Wednesday 25th March 2015

Close Up’ Feat Mark Stewart
Mark Stewart will be at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester discussing his work, career and ideas with DJ/writer Dave Haslam, taking audience questions, followed by a signing session.
One of the most intriguing people ever to use a microphone, Mark Stewart came to prominence in late 1970s Bristol fronting the Pop Group – politically-engaged and sonically-adventurous with an intensity matched by few bands before or since.
Mark worked with Adrian Sherwood of On-U Sound through the 1990s and beyond, releasing records firstly as Mark Stewart and the Maffia, then as a solo artist. Reformed, the Pop Group released their first studio album in 35 years, ‘Citizen Zombie’, in February 2015.
Doors open 6.15, event starts 7pm.
Anthony Burgess Foundation
Tickets: £9.25 ( £8.00 ticket price + £1.25 fees) from Quay Tickets

Friday 17th and Saturday 18th April


Thursday 30th April


Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd May



Any what’s ons?

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