The Halloween Lantern Parade is back for 2021. Head to West Point Gardens on 31 October for a night of spooky costumes and magical lantern design. Celebrate the creativity and community spirit of Levenshulme.
As we push forward into the dark winter nights, a brand new festival is set to shine in Manchester city centre. Running over three evenings, the Corridor of Light will take place along the Oxford Road area of the city. With music, performance and art, many of the events are free. With events for all ages, […]
This October, HOME bring a brilliant programme of work highlighting the work of Black artists in film, theatre, art, music and comedy. HOME will celebrate Black History Month with a specially curated programme of events. You’ll find performances, talks, film screenings and much more taking place throughout October. There will also be discussions, workshops and […]
Contact Theatre and Black Gold Arts join forces during Black History Month to deliver a line-up of outstanding Black-led art, performance and film. Experience the live world premiere of mandla rae’s theatre show as british as a watermelon; hear new music from the talented youngsters at Contact Theatre. There will also be new films to […]
Taking place right across Chorlton, Chorlton Arts Festival is an annual event celebrating local artists. You’ll find all kinds of art displayed around the streets and places in Chorlton. From performance to painting, and handmade jewellery to street art, there’s plenty to see and do. Check out the full listings on the Chorlton Arts Festival […]
There’s a range of events – both online an in-person – happening for book-lovers, writers and culture at HOME this October. Manchester Literature Festival is a week-long celebration of imagination, ideas, stories, and voices from around the world. Bringing together the most exciting storytellers, poets, and thinkers for everyone to enjoy.
Art in the park is happening as part of Chorlton Arts Festival. You’ll find fabulous displays of different kinds of art in Beech Road Park. Enjoy performance, poetry, paintings and much more – all created by artists from Manchester.
How do we create a better world? That’s the question at the heart of the Ripples of Hope Festival – a new Festival based at HOME, celebrating the power of people to make human rights a reality. With conversations, workshops and performances, the festival runs for five days this September. Speakers at the festival include: […]
The annual Gorton parade, carnival & car show will take place on the 12 September 2021. A perfect opportunity for the whole community to come together and celebrate everything that is great about Gorton.
Head down to Alexandra Park for live performances and musical entertainment from the best DJ’s. There will also be food stalls and family fun. Enjoy dance shows and heritage activities. A brilliant FREE event hosted by the community, for the community.