Friday 7 August at 7pm – come and watch a film at Nexus, then grab a brew and have a natter about the big issues raised by it. All welcome!
This week at Nexus Art Cafe we are very proud to welcome to our stage Lynn Gerrard aka The Grumbling Gargoyle as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival!
The performance is a mix of Lynn’s spoken word poetry from ‘Darkness and Decadence’ as well as giving the audience an interesting and funny insight into ‘The Dark Side’ that makes her tick and introducing them to the quirky members of her family who have helped shape her dark and distinctive sense of humour.
FOR TICKETS – greatermanchesterfringe.co.uk
The Monthly Gift is a campaign to increase donations of female sanitary products to those in need. Donations will be going to the charity Mustard Tree, We’re offering 20% off hot drink and sarnie in exchange for unopened feminine hygiene goods – tampons and towels people!! https://www.facebook.com/
From June 4th to November 5th 2015, every first Thursday of the month, professional musicians of African genres in Manchester and its surroundings are playing live African music at Nexus art café from 8pm to 22pm; entry is £5 per person and free for under 12.
From irresistible Rwandan Mbuti’s Intore rhythms and DR Congolese popular Rumba and Soukous or Seben to Cameroonian Afro Jazz and more, collectively and voluntary artists from different backgrounds are sharing their passion for African music with the general public, showcasing their works to raise profile for employability and preserving this art for future generations.
For further information contact