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RNCM/mjf introduces: Mighty Stranger
Friday 4 August 2017 6.15pm

Carole Nash Recital Room

A powerful new jazz quartet featuring multi-instrumentalist and singer Caitlin Laing that blends original concepts and established traditions to deliver unique sets of genre-crossing music.

Free admission, by ticket only


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Joshua Redman: Still Dreaming
Friday 4 August 2017 7.30pm

RNCM Theatre

Joshua Redman soprano and tenor saxophones Ron Miles trumpet Scott Colley double bass Brian Blade drums

World-renowned saxophonist Joshua Redman’s new group, the Still Dreaming quartet, features three of the most imaginative voices in contemporary jazz. Together they’ll interpret Old and New Dreams a renowned 1970/80s band of Ornette Coleman alumni that included Joshua’s father, Dewey Redman, along with Don Cherry, Charlie Haden and Ed Blackwell.

Their repertoire of Coleman compositions and original works was honest, uninhibited and engagingly unpredictable. With his all-star group, Joshua fulfils his birthright, explores his heritage and adds a new perspective to this historic material. The close personal connection will make this UK debut an especially memorable performance.

No concessions.


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Hand in Hand Festival Concert 1
Saturday 19 August 2017 2.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus host this unique festival of events throughout the city, over the weekend of 18 – 20 August. Featuring LGBT+ choirs from across the UK and Ireland, themed in partnership with the People’s History Museum exhibition Never Going Underground.

Acts include:

Songbirds 

Barberfellas 

Gin and Harmonics 

Homonix LDN

 

Promoted by Hand in Hand (Manchester) Ltd on behalf of Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus.

Sponsored by Big Lottery Fund and Manchester Pride.


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Hand in Hand Festival Concert 2
Saturday 19 August 2017 2.00pm

RNCM Theatre

Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus host this unique festival of events throughout the city, over the weekend of 18 – 20 August. Featuring LGBT+ choirs from across the UK and Ireland, themed in partnership with the People’s History Museum exhibition Never Going Underground. 

Acts include:

Liverpool LGBT Choir

Northern Proud Voices

Southampton Gay Men’s Chorus

Diversity Choir

 

Promoted by Hand in Hand (Manchester) Ltd on behalf of Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus. 

Sponsored by Big Lottery Fund and Manchester Pride.


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Hand in Hand Festival Concert 3
Saturday 19 August 2017 4.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus host this unique festival of events throughout the city, over the weekend of 18 – 20 August. Featuring LGBT+ choirs from across the UK and Ireland, themed in partnership with the People’s History Museum exhibition Never Going Underground. 

Acts include:

Laura And The Lesbians 

Sweet Chilli Singers 

Pride And Joy

Rainbow Voices

 

Promoted by Hand in Hand (Manchester) Ltd on behalf of Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus. 

Sponsored by Big Lottery Fund and Manchester Pride.


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Hand in Hand Festival Concert 4
Saturday 19 August 2017 4.00pm

RNCM Theatre

Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus host this unique festival of events throughout the city, over the weekend of 18 – 20 August. Featuring LGBT+ choirs from across the UK and Ireland, themed in partnership with the People’s History Museum exhibition Never Going Underground. 

Acts include:

Rainbow Chorus

Thames Valley Gay Chorus

Gay Abandon

London Gay Men’s Chorus

 

Promoted by Hand in Hand (Manchester) Ltd on behalf of Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus. 

Sponsored by Big Lottery Fund and Manchester Pride.


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Hand in Hand Festival Concert 6
Saturday 19 August 2017 7.00pm

RNCM Theatre

Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus host this unique festival of events throughout the city, over the weekend of 18 – 20 August. Featuring LGBT+ choirs from across the UK and Ireland, themed in partnership with the People’s History Museum exhibition Never Going Underground. 

Acts include:

Sing Out Bristol

Pink Singers

Brighton’s Gay Men’s Chorus

 

Promoted by Hand in Hand (Manchester) Ltd on behalf of Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus. 

Sponsored by Big Lottery Fund and Manchester Pride.


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Hand in Hand Festival Concert 5
Saturday 19 August 2017 7.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus host this unique festival of events throughout the city, over the weekend of 18 – 20 August. Featuring LGBT+ choirs from across the UK and Ireland, themed in partnership with the People’s History Museum exhibition Never Going Underground. 

Acts include:

Homonics 

Deep C Divas 

Sing With Pride 

The Lovenotes

 

Promoted by Hand in Hand (Manchester) Ltd on behalf of Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus. 

Sponsored by Big Lottery Fund and Manchester Pride.


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Hand in Hand Festival Concert 7
Saturday 19 August 2017 9.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus host this unique festival of events throughout the city, over the weekend of 18 – 20 August. Featuring LGBT+ choirs from across the UK and Ireland, themed in partnership with the People’s History Museum exhibition Never Going Underground. 

Acts include:

South Wales Gay Men’s Chorus

Hand In Hand Festival Chorus

European Queer Choir

Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus

 

Promoted by Hand in Hand (Manchester) Ltd on behalf of Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus. 

Sponsored by Big Lottery Fund and Manchester Pride.


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WAHALA Comedy Clash – Jamaica Vs Africa
Saturday 9 September 2017 7.30pm

RNCM Theatre

After its first massive sold out show in Manchester, Europe’s most successful urban comedy event returns by popular demand. The only comedy show where comedians battle live on stage. Featuring heavyweight comedians, Slim, A Dot Comedian, Will E Robo plus more.

Not only do comedians perform tailor made stand up comedy routines to the theme of the show, they also battle each other to win points for the team they represent.

Nothing is held back and comedians go all out, this show has sold out in every time it has taken place in London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Leicester, Nottingham and Manchester.

This event is guaranteed to sell-out, don’t delay, buy your tickets early: maximum 6 tickets per order.


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