‘Stand up, that we might’ sang protest singer Grace Petrie. ‘Save tomorrow’ came the refrain from a game crowd at the second annual Stand Up For The People’s Assembly event. The night, organised by Manchester People’s Assembly, saw a host of established performers donate their time to raise money and awareness in the fight against […]
Acoustic Amnesty are offering an evening of acoustic entertainment from earth bound angels in a venue purpose built for this particular activity: Salford’s Sacred Trinity Church. The gig, next Thursday 24 November, kicks off at 7.30pm and is completely acoustic. Steven Lindsay has been organising these events since June 2013. He plans to use the […]
First Draft is a bi-monthly cabaret night in Manchester, normally based at the Castle Hotel on Oldham Street. The night revolves around a chosen theme and performers are given the freedom to interpret it however they want. The only condition is that they perform something entirely new. At last Monday’s event, the variety of performers […]
This is the first in a series of interviews with local performers and artists in Manchester. If you are interested in being featured or know somebody whose work you think should be highlighted, then get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com ———- The Meteor spoke to stand-up comedian Thom Bee at First Draft: […]
An exhibition of work from Manchester’s homeless artists was displayed at Nexus Art Cafe in the city’s Northern Quarter. The artwork was available to buy and the money raised will be used to buy vital winter provisions for the homeless. The exhibition featured work produced in homeless centres, including The Booth Centre and The Mustard Tree, […]
Mindful meditation helps young homeless people express their emotions by “putting their feelings on paper”.