Manchester International Festival

Manchester International Festival

4 - 21 July 2019

Manchester International Festival

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  1. Add Festival Square to your Itinerary

    This summer, we’re again transforming Albert Square into Festival Square, the home of the Festival in the heart of the city. Great food and drink, free live music and DJs, MIF tickets and more – every day and night during MIF19.

  2. Add Tuesday to your Itinerary

    Beautifully staged in a Grade I listed Victorian church, Tuesday is a magical and moving show about the people, places and experiences that make our journey through life unique.

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  3. Add Atmospheric Memory to your Itinerary

    At once a daring artwork and a sensory performance, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s breathtaking immersive installation scours the atmosphere for the voices of our past. Inspired by computing pioneer Charles Babbage’s 180-year-old proposal that the air is a…

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  4. Add Tao of Glass to your Itinerary

    An exploration of life, loss and a single question:
    Where does true inspiration come from?

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  5. Add Parliament of Ghosts to your Itinerary

    This major installation reflects on the half-forgotten history of Ibrahim Mahama’s home country: Ghana, whose journey from British colony to independent nation was completed barely 60 years ago.

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  6. Add Animals of Manchester to your Itinerary

    Imagine a city where animals of all kinds, including human beings, live together as equals.

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  7. Add David Lynch at HOME to your Itinerary

    Weird, wonderful and forever wild at heart – the iconic David Lynch is taking over HOME for the duration of MIF19. Featuring art, film, music and more, this special season of events is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of the…

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  8. The Manchester cholera epidemic of the 1830s is the unlikely inspiration for the first major UK project by one of the world’s most playful and provocative art collectives. Here at the invitation of Contact Young Curators, five emerging local artists…

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  9. Add The Nico Project to your Itinerary

    From her 1967 debut with The Velvet Underground to her premature death just two decades later, Nico was one of pop culture’s most enigmatic figures. Now, Maxine Peake (performer) and Sarah Frankcom (director) are conjuring this visionary artist up…

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  10. We’ve invited two major artists, Laurie Anderson and Kemang Wa Lehulere, to join us in residence, presenting or creating new work that looks ahead to future Festivals and the opening of The Factory.

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