Pioneering research by US Historian Charles Upchurch asks when did the popular ‘GAY’ LGBT+/Human Rights Campaign really start?
Greg Thorpe discusses the work of 3 visual artists whose work on HIV and AIDS politicise(d) the virus in ways that are inextricably linked.
To mark his 80th birthday, this panel discussion on Derek Jarman coincides with the major exhibition of his work at Manchester Art Gallery.
North West International Brigade Memorial Group invite you to ¡No Pasarán!, a day of commemoration of those who fought in the Spanish Civil War.
Queer Joy and Radical Acts is a day of discussion, provocation and inspiration, exploring issues affecting LGBTQ+ communities.
Blackwell’s Bookshop host the launch of Dan Hanks’ latest novel SWASHBUCKLERS – a nostalgic, wintery story perfect for fans of Ghostbusters, Gremlins and Stranger Things!
British musician and co-founder of algorave Alex McLean joins new media artist and curator Antonio Roberts online,, from 4-5pm on 21 October to discuss algorave with fellow contributors.
Tim Etchells joins Sabina Sabolović, director of Kunsthalle Vienna and part of the Zagreb-based curatorial collective What, How & for Whom, for an online conversation.
Blackwell’s Bookshop presents an evening of crime fiction with authors Will Dean and Joseph Knox who’ll be discussing their latest novels.
Blackwell’s Bookshop presents an evening with comedian Robin Ince at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation to launch his new book, The Importance of Being Interested.
Blackwell’s Bookshop host a special evening at IABF with Ben Aaronovich, celebrating 10-years of his novel, Rivers of London.
Lucie McKnight Hardy, Vanessa Onwuemezi & Sarah Schofield will be at Blackwell’s Bookshop to launch three new short stories.
Blackwell’s Bookshop on University Green host authors Jenn Ashworth and Kylie Whitehead in conversation with Naomi Booth.
Meet artists Harry Ovington and Oliver Halstead who will present a new short film piece ‘Sonic Rewild: A lockdown film’ at Manchester Museum
Children aged 7-11 years old and their grown-ups can learn how to keep yourself safe and dogs happy and comfortable.