Manchester International Festival

Manchester International Festival

4 - 21 July 2019

Manchester International Festival

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  1. 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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  2. Add Maggie the Cat to your Itinerary

    Troubled but tough, unloved but unbowed, Maggie the Cat is the captivating focus of Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Now, acclaimed American choreographer Trajal Harrell places Maggie centre stage in his magnetic new dance work, a dazzling…

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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 Thank You Very Much to your Itinerary

    ‘There are impersonators or tribute artists of every colour, sex, size, culture, age… What am I missing?’ – Patty Carroll, Living the Life!: The World of Elvis Tribute Artists

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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 The Anvil to your Itinerary

    On 16 August 1819, more than 60,000 people flooded into St Peter’s Field from all over Manchester. They came in peace, united in their passion for the right to vote. But as the speeches began, armed troops on horseback charged into the crowd,…

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  7. Add Janelle Monáe to your Itinerary

    Janelle Monáe makes her MIF debut with an exclusive show on the opening night of MIF19.

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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 Interdependence to your Itinerary

    Interdependence is our ideas programme, bringing together audiences, artists and guest speakers to talk about themes and questions inspired by MIF19.

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