Berlin-based pianist, composer and producer Nils Frahm brings a sonic alchemy of ambient textures and atmospheric electronica to The Bridgewater Hall this summer.
Different Trains is an exhilarating journey through time and memory, weaved together with live score for strings with field recordings and fragments of spoken word.
Manchester Collective present The Unfurrowed Field at RNCM. A joyful fusion of jazz and Scottish folk music.
In this audio-visual live concert, musicians and composers turn to the painter’s immense canvases for inspiration, reimagining them through sound and light.
The official homecoming launch event for Blue Machine, Dr Helen Czerski’s exploration of the “ocean engine”—the physics behind the ocean’s systems—and why it matters.
Emerging Futures returns for its third year exploring the themes around care in leadership and care towards others.
Nando Messias invites you into their Narnian closet, a trans archive of exquisite ephemera, poignant stories and bodily wonders.
Experience a screening of filmed performances by Whiskey Chow, a performance artist and Chinese drag king, and the other by Ro Roberston,
Join Manchester Poetry Library for the launch of Prof. Minoli Salgado’s Twelve Cries from Home: In Search of Sri Lanka’s Disappeared.
Help Manchester Poetry Library complete Stitching on the Border, a new artwork dedicated to all people crossing boarders.
RNCM Original Voices Festival celebrates new perspectives on music by reimagining how to perform and present works from the past.
Join Z-arts this Christmas for Snow Mouse, an enchanting winter’s tale for children ages 0-4.
toooB is an enchanting wordless performance for 6-24 month-olds and their grown-ups.
Contact celebrates queer culture with an extraordinary line-up of LGBTQ+ talent heading our way for Queer Contact 2023
RNCM’s opera students take on Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park with musical styles ranging from Philip Glass to Stephen Sondheim with hints of Benjamin Britten along the way.