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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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Fancy getting the young ones involved in something creative this half term? Join one of HOME‘s free drop-in workshops for all the family. Designed to spark the imagination, through movement and sound, these relaxing sessions use the sound of steelpans. These fun and interactive music sessions will transport you to the sunny Caribbean. Storytime Workshops: […]

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Fancy getting the young ones involved in something creative this half term? Join one of HOME‘s free drop-in workshops for all the family. Designed to spark the imagination, through movement and sound, these relaxing sessions use the sound of steelpans. These fun and interactive music sessions will transport you to the sunny Caribbean. Storytime Workshops: […]

Aleiah’s Adventure is a beautiful family theatre show. Taking place as part of the Manchester Libraries Black History Month programme, the show tells the story of a young Deaf girl called Aleiah who becomes lost after leaving her family to step out into the world on her own. Join Aleiah as she discovers the stories […]

Aleiah’s Adventure is a beautiful family theatre show. Taking place as part of the Manchester Libraries Black History Month programme, the show tells the story of a young Deaf girl called Aleiah who becomes lost after leaving her family to step out into the world on her own. Join Aleiah as she discovers the stories […]

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For Black History Month, a brand new play will be performed in Hope Mill Theatre. Forgotten Voices tells the real-life story of Eva Moorhead Kadalie. Eva was the widow of South Africa’s first national black trade union leader, Clements Kadalie. Forgotten Voices is a story of pain and joy – but at the heart of […]

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The Mountaintop is a theatre show set the night before the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.  

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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 […]

A young girl called Aleiah becomes lost after leaving her family to step out into the world on her own. Join Aleiah as she discovers the stories of three women from Black British History. Discover old stories, told in new and exciting ways, and help Aleiah find her way through the city she thought she […]

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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 […]