A co-production between Waterside and Contact with 201 Dance Company, SKIN tells the story – through dance and hip-hop theatre – of a young boy’s intimate journey of gender transition ‘to discover a body that feels like home’.
This latest show marks the return of 201 to the now annual Queer Contact Festival, in 2018 celebrating LGBT arts and culture across Greater Manchester from 3-24 February.
Mon 22 May, Fallow Café, 2A Landcross Road, Manchester, M14 6NA.
Fri 26 May, various Northern Quarter venues, 2pm - 4am, £12, Verbose at Fallow Café Live literature night Verbose returns to Fallowfield’s Fallow Café this Monday, with special guest appearances from writers Martine Mc Donagh, Stephen May and Sarah Tierney.
The panel includes academics, as well as representatives from the private and charitable sectors.
The event is organised by the Library, with a little help from the Political Studies Association - the UK’s leading organisation for the promotion of the study of politics.
He’ll be covering everything from how to plan and create vlogs, to how to build a following.
If you want to attend, you have to register in advance - and it’s recommended that you bring a laptop with video editing programme Lightworks already installed.