Saturday 24th December – CLOSED
Sunday 25th December – CLOSED
Monday 26th December – CLOSED
Tuesday 27th December – CLOSED
Wednesday 28th December – OPEN AS USUAL
Thursday 29th December – OPEN AS USUAL
Friday 30st December – OPEN AS USUAL
Saturday 31st – OPEN 11AM-4PM
Sunday 1st January – CLOSED
Monday 2nd January – CLOSED
Tuesday 3rd January – OPEN AS USUAL
SoundKarD: voice Sarah Dacey, piano Kate Halsall, electronics Duncan MacLeod, w/ guests Anna Disley Simpson + co
Programme includes music by Catherine Lamb, Ryoko Akama, Duncan MacLeod, Sarah Dacey, Kate Halsall, Linda Buckley, Anna Disley-Simpson.
SoundKarD are soprano Sarah Dacey, pianist Kate Halsall and composer Duncan MacLeod. They have worked together in various guises, including voice and piano, voice and electronics, harpsichord and electronics and as part of Galvanize Ensemble projects Happenstance and Galvanize for Hack the Barbican. Some performances include The Barbican London, hcmf//, Frontiers Festival, 100 Years Gallery, LV21 Gillingham Pier, Music Orbit, LimeWharf Gallery and sound festival. They programme scored/improvised work, alongside existing/flexible repertoire, working with and commissioning composers.
Come on down to Margots on Oct 18th for an amazing talk by Every Month MCR. EM provide period packs to women in Manchester living in poverty and all proceeds from the night go straight back to providing more women with the hygiene and dignity that is a right and not a privilege ❤️ get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bloody-marvellous-a-celebration-of-menstruation-and-each-other-tickets-27927048554
We are closed this bank holiday this Monday 29th August, back open at 11am on Tuesday 30th August!
Join us at Nexus Art Cafe in Manchester for a special night of documentary shorts from inside the Calais refugee camp.
‘Jungle Films’ showcases the work of filmmakers from across Europe who share a common aim to tell Calais’ stories using cinema.
Their films explore the facets of daily life inside the camp and the contentious issues that surround its continued existence. Screened together, they offer a vivid and consummate vision of the situation in Calais, and a viewing experience that is in equal parts revealing, moving and uplfiting.
– Entry by donation
– Doors from 6:30pm
– Screening begins at 7pm
Stick around after the screening for drinks, interesting discussion and opportunity to meet the filmmakers!
(Donations will go directly to Care4Calais – a fantastic, dedicated and impactful charity, which you can find out more about at care4calais.org)
For more information on Jungle Films and future screenings:
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