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Until Saturday 16th September
Letters To Morrissey
On Tuesday night I was invited to the opening show of the play “Letters from Morrissey ” by Gary McNair.
Not being a huge Morissey fan I was a bit apprehensive about whether or not I would enjoy it but I have to say I was very surprised.
Gary executed a fantastic performance. It was funny, moving and kept my attention from start to finish. It was loud, it was quiet and you didn’t have to be a fan to get it. Would definitely recommend it as something different to go and see. It’s not overlong either at 65 minutes.
Tickets £12.50 (full price/ concessions available).
Home, 2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, M15 4FN
Friday 15th September
TV Smith plus Harvey’s Rabbit and Blazing Snowmen.
£8 at Dulcimer, 567 Wilbraham Road, Chorlton, Manchester M21 0AE
Saturday 16th September
Sunday 17th September 2017
Note: Early Start and Finish
Tuesday 19th September 2017
Friday 22nd-Sunday 24th September 2017
Sean (Levenshulme local and ex Black Light Mutants member) told us that his current band BUFF are playing this festival.
Also on bill:
Saturday 30th September 2017
The Tories are heading to our city for their conference from 1st-4th October. On 1st we will take to the streets to show them what we think of their austerity, rampant inequality and corruption. We’ll show them that we hold them responsible for the gross injustice they promote, for the deaths of disabled people as a result of their welfare to work policies and for the sinking living standards of all but their friends, the super rich.
Before that though, we come together to celebrate our cultures of resistance and grassroots alternatives.
The Commoner’s Choir (http://www.commonerschoir.com/) will perform songs about food riots, inequality, the cultural harrying of the North, Woody Guthrie, the Calder Valley floods, homelessness, refugees, the printed word, and the rhyming possibilities of Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt… stitched together with soundbites, found sounds, and words of wisdom.
The choir will be joined by DJs with protest party vibes.
Unwaged/carer/etc – donation/free
Low waged – £2.50
Waged – £5
Solidarity price – £10
Partisan, 19 Cheetham Hill Road, M4 4FY
Mary Quaile Club: Fighting Unemployment, Poverty and Austerity
Speakers: Sean Mitchell and Charlotte Hughes
2pm to 4pm. Free.
The Annexe, Working Class Movement Library, 51 Crescent, Salford M5 4WX.
Saturday 28th October 2017
Saturday 18th November 2017
Saturday 2nd December 2017
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