Making Manchester Tickets | NIAMOS Formely The Nia Centre  Manchester  | Thu 27th June 2019 Lineup

Making Manchester tickets

NIAMOS Formely The Nia Centre in Manchester

Thursday 27th - Friday 28th June 2019

7:30pm til 9:30pm (last entry 7:30pm)

Minimum Age: 12

What makes a city? A powerful new work by Olympias Music, exploring ideas of home and belonging through live music, poetry and physical theatre.

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Making Manchester on Thursday 27th - Friday 28th June 2019

Making Manchester is a multi-media performance exploring real-life stories of migration to the UK, as told by 60 pupils from Dean Trust Ardwick secondary school in Manchester. Using live music, poetry and physical theatre, the work explores how these unique family histories, and communities' shared experiences of migration, are woven into the socio-cultural fabric of the city and its people.

2 years of research and development later, in conjunction with Manchester University and the Runnymede Trust, we are delighted to announce that the premiere performances of Making Manchester will take place at 7:30pm on 27th and 28th June at the Niamos Radical Arts Centre in Manchester featuring:

Director: Emma Doherty
Producer: Jo Yee Cheung
Poet: Shamshad Khan
Composer: James Whittle
Electronic sound artist: Hayley Suviste
Musicians: Kabantu and Vonnegut Collective
Movement director: Tilda O'Grady
Actors: Dominic Coffey, Mithun Gill, Sameena Hussain, Zoe Katsilerou

£5 tickets available from Tickets For Good, Skiddle, and on the door. For more info, visit

Music Genres: 

Classical, Electronic, Spoken Word, World Music

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