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Manchester International Festival

Manchester International Festival

4 - 21 July 2019

Manchester International Festival

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  1. Add Notes On Grief to your Itinerary

    Notes On Grief

    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's powerful reflection on family, love and loss journeys from page to stage in Rae McKen's new production.

  2. Add The Global Playground to your Itinerary

    The Global Playground

    A group of dancers meet to make a film – but things get wonderfully weird when the camera takes on a life of its own…

  3. Add Portrait of Black Britain to your Itinerary

    Portrait of Black Britain

    In this major public exhibition, Cephas Williams – artist, photographer, speaker, activist and campaigner – poses a timely and poignant question: 'What does it mean to be Black, living in the UK?'

  4. Add Arcadia to your Itinerary

    Arcadia

    Be the first to experience new work at MIF's future year-round home with a special installation bringing the natural world into the heart of the city – created especially for the site by director Deborah Warner.

  5. Add Looking Forward To Tomorrow to your Itinerary

    Looking Forward To Tomorrow

    What will our future hold – and how can we make it better? Join activists, artists, campaigners, key workers and your fellow citizens for two days of talk and action.

  6. Add The long waited, weighted, gathering to your Itinerary

    The long waited, weighted, gathering

    Turner Prize-winning artist Laure Prouvost reopens Manchester Jewish Museum with a major installation unearthing the long-lost voices of the women who once found comfort and community within its walls.

  7. Add Festival Square to your Itinerary

    Festival Square

    The home of the Festival moves to Cathedral Gardens, with great food and drink, free live music and DJs, tours and more.

  8. Add I Love You Too to your Itinerary

    I Love You Too

    Kemang Wa Lehulere collaborates with 11 Manchester writers and over 100 residents of the city to create a surprising collection of love letters – a new book for Central Library.

  9. Add Cloud Studies to your Itinerary

    Cloud Studies

    From Palestine to Beirut, London to Indonesia and the US–Mexico border, Forensic Architecture investigate, explore and expose how power reshapes the very air we breathe in this urgent and compelling exhibition.

  10. Add Poet Slash Artist to your Itinerary

    Poet Slash Artist

    From gallery walls to city streets, poets and visual artists connect words and images in this multifaceted group show.

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