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Want to know more about Manchester’s history? Come and learn about the 1981 Moss Side Uprisings. Book on for this free workshop delivered by Manchester’s own Black History Educator, Linford Sweeney – who was there when it happened. The workshop is followed by a creative writing workshop delivered by poet in residence, Shirley May. ‘And […]

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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: […]

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For the last time this year – join singer-songwriter Matt Hill, for My First Protest Song Online. A super online family event full of toe-tapping tunes. Throughout history, people have used songs to help express how they feel. Round up the family to make some noise and belt out those songs. This is a family-friendly […]

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Mothers Who Make is a friendly support group and networking session for mothers who are artists. The group welcomes mothers who are working in any creative discipline, and at any stage in their career. The sessions offer a wonderful opportunity to share experiences, meet new friends and start work on new projects together. Children are […]

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Join Bhangra dancer Hardeep Singh Sahota for this exciting family workshop. Learn more about the Indian folk dance as you learn some new dance moves. The workshop is suitable for all abilities. Children must be accompanied by a parent/ carer. Spaces must be booked in advance.  

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Does your bike need repairing or are you looking for some advice about looking after your bike? You’re in luck. Head to Crowcroft Park for a bike maintenance workshop this summer. Bike repairs are completely free and open to all. You can pop to the bike workshop between 12:00 noon and 2:30 pm  on the […]

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Get involved in these fabulous summer activities at Nuthurst Road Park. The local park rangers will show you how to build a bird box. You can also try your hand at pebble painting. Great for all ages. So pop along and create your own designs.

Young people can take part in a wide range of brilliant activities including multi-sports, art and crafts, roller skating, rock climbing, BMXing, face painting, karaoke and dancing. There will also be competitions, games and challenges too. Lunch will also be provided. The Holiday Club runs at Manchester Youth Zone from Monday-Thursday throughout August. For more […]

Young performers will enjoy this weekly drama workshop at Manchester Youth Zone. With acting, movement and voice coaching for young people aged 11-19, the workshop offers a great way to boost confidence. Running over five weeks, at the end of the workshop participants will have the opportunity to perform in a Summer Show Camp. The […]

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Mothers Who Make is a friendly support group and creative networking session for mothers who are artists. Due to the coronavirus restrictions, sessions will be held on Zoom. The group welcomes mothers who are working in any creative discipline, and at any stage in their career. The sessions offer a wonderful opportunity to share experiences, […]