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Pankhurst in the Park - Friday 28 November

Alexandra Arts

Friday, 28 November 2014 from 19:00 to 22:00 (GMT)

Pankhurst in the Park - Friday 28 November

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This is the final event in Pankhurst in the Park's Autumn programme. Alexandra Arts' invites you to join us to celebrate the success we've had so far. We have a fantastic evening planned, plus a bar on site.


Host: Kerry Leigh, Laughing Cows Comedy

Artist Talk and Film Screening: Nataly Lebouleux

A screening of the stop-motion animation film Illuminate will be taking place with an introduction by Nataly Lebouleux - and her props!

Performance by Artist In Residence Go! Push Pops (& guests)

All the way from Brooklyn, New York, join our Artist in Residence and special guests for a specially commissioned performance at Alexandra Park.

Installation By Julie Fitzpatrick

In collaboration with students from Manchester University's School of Architecture, Architect Julie Fitzpatrick will be exhibiting her fantastic, new installation at the Pavilion.

Music – DJ set by the Mighty Quinn

This event is FREE but booking is necessary.

Do you have questions about Pankhurst in the Park - Friday 28 November? Contact Alexandra Arts



Alexandra Arts

Alexandra Arts is a Manchester-based, artist-led collective that encourages local engagement with Manchester's Grade-2 listed Alexandra Park through arts and events.

This Spring, Alexandra Arts is curating Pankhurst in the Park, a public programme of free age-friendly events, artist commissions, an international curator in residency and educational programme, taking place in Manchester from March – May, 2016 and in New York between June – July, 2016.

Pankhurst in the Park is an Arts Council England and Manchester City Council funded programme inspired by Alexandra Park’s rich historical connection to the Suffrage Movement, whose iconic leader, Emmeline Pankhurst, was born and bred only yards from the Park in the neighbouring Moss Side estate. The Spring 2016 programme, builds on the hugely successful events of 2014/15.

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