Check out what is happening at Manchester’s Social Centre Partisan this month by visiting:
Sunday 4th February
Partisan Collective are having a fundraising spring clean jumble sale, followed by a quiz and games evening. All welcome!
We’ll have the space open from 2 ’til 8pm, with some lovely non-boozy drinks and delicious vegan cakes and snacks on offer, all soundtracked by Wax the Van DJs.
Jumble and Vintage fair: 2pm – 6pm
Grab a bargain and help out a good cause. Or want to relieve yourself of unwanted christmas presents or have a spring clear out? Donate them to us and they’ll be gratefully received (more details below), then we’ll be selling all that gets donated to us as one mega jumble sale, with all the money going back to the running of Partisan
Games and Quiz night: 6pm – 8pm
As the jumble winds down we’ll be running a games and quiz night. Have a drink of pop and a chat over a board game or a play of some retro video games. We’ll also be running a quiz with prizes of some great Partisan swag.
We’re looking for donations of: books, records, CDs, DVDs, cassettes, good quality and vintage clothes, artwork, tools, ornaments, working electronics, small furniture, board games, jewellery and accessories, kitchenware, stationary, and shoes etc
We’ll be taking donation drop-offs the week before, days and times TBC, starting from the weekend of Jan 27th/28th.
WHY WE’RE FUNDRAISING
Partisan is a collectively ran arts and social space that provides free and affordable space for charities, social justice organisations, and DIY cultural projects. We’re currently going through the lengthy and expensive process to apply for change of use, listed building consent, and a full premise licence, plus making plans to make the building wheelchair accessible. Read more on our website: http://partisancollective.net/
Saturday 17th February
Sunday 25th February
Too Punk To Be Queer
When did Punk go Queer? Join Rebel Dykes and Bollox for an interactive afternoon all about Queers, Punk music and Punk attitude.
We’ll be bringing you one of the first UK screenings of Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution, a new documentary that captures a moment of queer punk history, the story of American Queercore. We’ll be joined by the director of the film, Yony Leyser who’ll discuss Queer Punk with local academic and musician, Dr Susan O’Shea and Kath McDermott who produced the recent BBC radio programme Queer as Punk. We have a rare acoustic set from Queen Zee & The Sasstones and we’ll be throwing in a few surprises.
4.00pm at Home/ https://homemcr.org/event/too-punk-to-be-queer/
Tuesday 6th March
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