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So, you think it’s easy to be an opera singer?
International Anthony Burgess Foundation | 21 November 2023

RNCM’s Lynne Dawson gives an insight into the training needed to prepare singers for this demanding profession.

Permissible Beauty film screening with Q&A
The Whitworth | 2 November 2023

Permissible Beauty responds to the absence of Black Queer visibility in our national story, exploring and celebrating what is unique about British Black and Queer identity.

Pilkington Lecture 2023
The Whitworth | 26 October 2023

Friends of the Whitworth are delighted to welcome Sook-Kyung Lee as the 2023 Pilkington Lecturer.

Manchester, the slave trade & the Manchester Lit & Phil
International Anthony Burgess Foundation | 27 September 2023

Manchester, the slave trade & the Manchester Lit & Phil is a panel discussion chaired by Professor Erinma Bell MBE, DL, JP.

How can we achieve a sustainable nuclear fuel cycle?
International Anthony Burgess Foundation | 4 October 2023

Laurence Harwood will report on the important progress that has been made in the advanced reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel.

China: A view from the Bridge
International Anthony Burgess Foundation | 30 September 2023

Cindy Yu and Mark Logan MP examine China’s perceptions and common misperceptions of the UK affecting trade and diplomacy.

Four Ways of Thinking: Statistical, Interactive, Chaotic and Complex
International Anthony Burgess Foundation | 10 October 2023

Join Professor David Sumpter at Anthony Burgess Foundation for Four Ways of Thinking: Statistical, Interactive, Chaotic and Complex.

Creating the tiniest machines: harnessing molecular-level motion
International Anthony Burgess Foundation | 6 November 2023

Join Professor David Leigh for Creating the tiniest machines and discover the possibilities molecular-level machines hold.

Delivering the Greater Manchester Integrated Care Strategy
Royal Northern College of Music | 19 September 2023

Join Sir Richard Leese and discover the future of healthcare in Delivering the Greater Manchester Integrated Care Strategy.

Elizabeth Raffald – England’s Most Influential Housekeeper
Manchester Central Library | 13 September 2023

Manchester-based historian Neil Buttery presents a talk about the rise & fall of one of Britain’s most influential cookery writers, Elizabeth Raffald.

Emmeline’s Birthday Party
The Pankhurst Centre | 16 July 2023

Discover the story of the Pankhurst Family at home and the founding of the Suffragette movement from this historic building in 1903.

Lemn Sissay Book Launch
HOME | 16 September 2023

Former University of Manchester Chancellor and poet, Lemn Sissay, launches his latest poetry collection Let the Light Pour In.

Organisations of Hope Symposium
The Manchester Museum | 13 July 2023

Join Creative Manchester at The Museum for a one-day symposium exploring creative health in Greater Manchester.

Lunchtime Lectures: Visually Presenting Deaf BSL users’ lived experiences of dementia
Contact | 21 July 2023

Visually Presenting Deaf BSL users’ lived experiences of dementia by Dr Emma Ferguson-Coleman, Division of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work

Lunchtime Lectures: Sharing untold stories
Contact | 14 July 2023

Oral Histories and Futures by Professor Sarah Marie Hall will touch on the role of creative and participatory methods to get at often untold stories