Join Manchester Poetry Library for the launch of Prof. Minoli Salgado’s Twelve Cries from Home: In Search of Sri Lanka’s Disappeared.
toooB is an enchanting wordless performance for 6-24 month-olds and their grown-ups.
A Retro Silent Disco Chrismas Special takes over Manchester Central Library this festive season.
Candid, ferocious, funny and loud, Glowing is a show that debunks the myths that pregnant women are having the time of their lives.
The wildly popular eight-freestyle and Contact panto returns and this season we present something a little different…a panto 80’s remix of Robin Hood!
CYC team up with Gobsquad to create an outdoor, immersive experience this summer at Contact.
Black Angel: NewVision is an exhibition that looks at the present and towards the future representation of LBT Black and Asian women.
Join Manchester Poetry Library for the launch of ‘Respect the Mic: Celebrating 20 Years of Poetry from a Chicagoland High School’, edited by the legendary founder of Respect the Mic, Peter Kahn.
Teachers, librarians and other poets/educators are invited to join Peter Kahn at the Manchester Poetry Library for an intimate and practical workshop.
This workshop will take place before our celebration of André Naffis-Sahely’s most recent collection, High Desert
Join Manchester Poery Library to celebrate André Naffis-Sahely’s most recent collection High Desert.
Dutch-Antillean poet Radna Fabias joins Kim Moore to read from their latest work at this special event.
Author Celeste Hicks in conversation with Dr Jenna Ashton about her new book on using the law to fight a runway and save the planet.
Love to Read is a programme established to encourage students at Manchester Metropolitan University to read for pleasure.
Manchester Poetry Library presents Love to Read: Family Drop, multi-lingual storytelling and activities for younger children and drop in discussion groups for teens and young adults.