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Manchester: Bumba Foundation 2017 Charity Dinner

July 01, 2017 at Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel in Manchester.


The 2017 Bumba Foundation Charity Dinner is being held on the 1st July 2017 at the Manchester Marriott V&A Hotel. The evening includes live music, raffles, auction, 4 course dinner with wine and welcome drink. Tickets cost £55.00 each and we can host tables of 8-12 for groups of friends or companies.. Book it into your diaries now and let us know if you want tickets or a table..

To book tickets, please contact bumbafoundation@yahoo.co.uk

Address: Water Street, Manchester
Bumba Foundation 2017 Charity Dinner

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Manchester: Manchester Children’s Choir

July 01, 2017 at Manchester Cathedral in Manchester.


Manchester Cathedral has relaunched Manchester Children’s Choir. Manchester Children’s Choir was founded in 1920s by composer Sir Hamilton Harty, who had the aim to make choral music and singing accessible to all children of Manchester and Salford, regardless of ability or background.

Manchester Children’s Choir is open to all children between the ages of six and eleven and there are no fees to be a member. Manchester Cathedral is proud to be an inclusive community and children of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome to join.

The Choir will sing a wide range repertoire from Beethoven to The Beatles and everything in between. The choir runs on a Saturday morning from 10am – 11am and is free to all members.

No experience needed, just come along and have fun!

Address: Victoria Street, Manchester
Manchester Children

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Manchester: Hacienda Classical – Manchester

July 01, 2017 at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester.



ON SALE 10 AM SATURDAY 22ND OCTOBER AT http://gigst.rs/haciendac

“A near two hour blend of house music’s greatest players with an audience dancing and singing from the off. Dazzling mirror-ball speckles are flung out over a crowd whose jubilant euphoria almost blows the roof off.” – Mixmag

“Probably the best rave since 1997. A night of soaring synth riffs, euphoric drops, massive tunes.” NME

“The atmosphere was incredible.” The Times – Five Stars

Following huge critical acclaim and phenomenal demand FAC 51 The Haçienda and Manchester Camerata, the city’s experimental orchestra bring back Haçienda Classical to Castlefield Bowl Manchester on Saturday 1st July 2017 with a brand new soundtrack for the concert.

The incredible show sees the DJ’s who shaped The Haçienda’s sound – Mike Pickering and Graeme Park – collaborate with the Camerata for a night of classic dance music, innovatively adapted and arranged especially for the occasion.

As The Hacienda’s dance heritage collided with the world of classical music, reactions to the concerts have been widely celebrated with dates selling out in minutes and great audience responses from the gigs.

Moving into its second year, the tour returns to venues that hosted this year’s inspirational nights, recreating the seminal tracks that defined a generation at the original club, renewed afresh and rearranged with a classical orchestra.

Haciednda Classical at Castefield Bowl sold out in 2016 and the tickets for the 2017 show are sure to be hugely in demand.

Tickets go on sale 10am on Saturday 22nd October 2016 for the Manchester date via www.Gigsandtours.com / www.ticketmaster.co.uk and 0844 811 0051 / 0844 826 2826.

Address: 101 Liverpool Rd, Manchester
Hacienda Classical - Manchester

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Manchester: Bricktastic 2017

July 01, 2017 at Manchester Central Convention Complex in Manchester.


Returning for it’s third year, Bricktastic is a two day LEGO Event in the heart of Manchester with all show profits being used by the Children’s Charity Fairy Bricks to give LEGO to children in hospital.

The very best LEGO Builders from the UK and beyond will showcase their new creations, many being shown to the public for the first time. They will joined by models from Bright Bricks, the UK’s only LEGO Certified Professional Company.

Bricktastic isn’t just a display event. There will be a variety of hands on LEGO activities, structured things like a group mosaic build, free building with a variety of bricks, LEGO Mindstorms and many more.

No LEGO day out would be complete without a few treats and a variety of retailers will be on hand for pocket money bargains, missing parts, the latest LEGO sets and some long since retired ones.

Address: G Mex Centre, Manchester
Bricktastic 2017

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Manchester: Great north swim – Manchester (TBC)

July 01, 2017 at Salford Quays Waterfront in Manchester.


DELT-A-HAND are organising their first ever sponsored Great Salford Swim!
Why not jump in at the deep end???

£40 registration fee with £40 minimum sponsorship.

On the day: Registration at 9.30am for participants, with training giving immediately after. swim to commence at TBC.

Participants MUST be aged over 18 years to take part.


Enquiries contact event organiser Luke Parkinson: 07543071508 email: deltahand2016@gmail.com

Want to sponsor the event? Get in touch!!

Great north swim - Manchester (TBC)

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Manchester: Christian Meditation Session

July 01, 2017 at Manchester Cathedral in Manchester.


Meditation is an ancient form of prayer. Its aim is to bring the distracted mind to silence and stillness. It is centred upon the Risen Jesus.

You are invited to come along to our next session to experience the practice of Christian Meditation, which is simple and peaceful; to learn about is origins, and to discover its relevance as a form of prayer for the modern world. No admission is required.

The session will begin at 10.30am until 12 noon in the Cathedral Library.

Address: Victoria Street, Manchester
Christian Meditation Session

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Manchester: How to Escape from Stuff in Manchester

July 01, 2017 at Bandit, Mugger & Thief in Manchester.


Before John became a comedian he spent ten years as an amateur escape artist.

Not the magic trick kind, where you know how you’re going to get out, but the “get tied up by anyone and give it a go” kind.

His success rate was 5 out of 6. Here are some of the things he learned as a result.

This is a new hour of comedy of stand-up comedy from John Pendal. His beautifully candid 2016 debut show ‘International Man of Leather’ won the hearts of audiences and critics alike and went on to tour the world. It had a full run at The Stand at Edinburgh Fringe 2016 receiving five stars from Broadway Baby and four stars from Edinburgh Festivals Magazine and Arts Award Voice.


“Fringe brilliance” (5 stars) – Broadway Baby

“an extremely important and funny show” (4 stars) -Arts Award Voice

“engaging and hilarious throughout” (4 stars) – Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

The show is free entry with bucket appeal at the end.

More info at www.johnpendal.com/escape.html

Address: 1 Canal Street, Manchester
How to Escape from Stuff in Manchester

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Manchester: Concert 619

May 13, 2017 at Didsbury Coffee Concerts in Manchester.


Final Recital Concert No.1

An opportunity to hear those who are nearing the end of their course of study at the RNCM perform part of the programme they will be presenting at their final recital,

James Berry : bass-baritone
Isabella Cheevers : mezzo-soprano
Accompanist to be confirmed
Programme includes works by Brahms, Duparc and Schubert.

Adam Riding : violin
Accompanist to be confirmed.
Janáček, Prokofiev, Stravinsky

Address: Emmanuel Church, Barlow Moor Road, Didsbury, Manchester
Concert 619

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Manchester: Richard Ashcroft in Manchester

June 30, 2017 at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester.


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Address: 101 Liverpool Rd, Manchester
Richard Ashcroft in Manchester

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Manchester: Ancoats Explored

June 29, 2017 at Band on the Wall in Manchester.


* In honour of the Manchester International Festival 2017 we are running a guided tour around Ancoats, the nerve centre of the new 21st century Manchester. * Thursday 29 June 2017. * Meet Band on the Wall, Swan Street, 1.30pm. Industry in Britain began in Ancoats, a factory hoot from Manchester city centre, in the 18th century.
In 1700 this was a semi-rural enclave by the river Medlock, with Ancoats Hall home to the lords of the Manchester manor. By 1800 this was a teeming, squalid suburb, blackened with soot, the smell of belching smoke hanging in the air.
It was the centre of the cotton industry in the city thart became the world centre for cotton production and manufacture. The conditions in the mills were shocking: the noise of thundering machinery, suffocating air, high accident rates and notorious employment practices at the expense of an emaciated, underpaid workforce slave-driven for unsustainably long hours amidst disease, darkness, damp and desperate heat, living in dingy streets of tiny workers’ houses, jerry-built two-up two down brick boxes standing back-to-back so that as many properties as possible could be squeezed into the smallest of spaces.
Child labour was rife.
As one Ancoats mill owner explained to the early 19th century poet laureate Robert Southey, when he visited Manchester in 1808, “You see these children, sir. By the time they are seven or eight years old they are bringing in the money. They come at five in the morning, they leave at six and another set relieves them for the night; the wheels never stand still.”
This was never a pleasant area, yet some of the mid 19th century buildings, such as the Ice Palace, which we will visit on the walk, were exquisitely detailed with Italianate effects, perfect for the large influx of Italian immigrants, while the earlier mill buildings by the Rochdale Canal, though functional and formal, were palaces of Mammon, monuments to mercantilism, magnificent in their might and mass.
Later experiments in social planning saw some wonderful additions to the locale: the vast Victoria Square, Manchester’s oldest surviving municipal estate, is still an astonishing site. Even more striking is the jazzy Daily Express building on Great Ancoats Street, its gorgeous curves of glass and vitrolite the perfect coating for what was then a quality mass market newspaper owned by the formidable Lord Beaverbrook.
The late 20th century saw Ancoats die. The mills shut, the workshops wound down, the canal almost dried up. Now it’s all cleaned up. The mills are modern workshops; the factories smart apartments, while new developments such as the much lauded New Islington project with its funkily named Chips Building and Dutch-styled houses are attracting investment…slowly.

Address: 25 Swan Street, Manchester
Ancoats Explored

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