Art in Manchester – New Exhibitions & Events in March

Art in Manchester
28th February 2020

Art in Manchester this March kicks off with lots of new exhibitions and events with a one day event encompassing contemporary art , workshops and live performances from EARTS  on 8th March at Whitworth Locke,  two exhibitions from Air Gallery, Rogue Artists Project Space have Mateus Beznitz solo exhibition. Girl Gang at The Lowry, plus Paper Gallery have exhibitions from Susannah Douglas & Gareth Bunting……Enjoy!! Don’t forget that Jasdeep Singh…

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Jasdeep Singh Degun at RNCM + Opera North comes to The Lowry

26th February 2020

Jasdeep Singh Degun at RNCM + Opera North comes to The Lowry Opera North bring a feast for opera lovers to The Lowry this March + the Opera North Orchestra will be performing with Sitar virtuoso Jasdeep Singh Degun at the Royal Northern College of Music with his new concerto, ARYA. Jasdeep Singh Degun – ARYA RNCM – Wednesday 11th March JASDEEP SINGH DEGUN ON ARYA, HIS NEW SITAR CONCERTO…

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Puccini, Mozart and Verdi – Opera North’s Fatal Passions at The Lowry

The Lowry
14th February 2018

Puccini, Mozart and Verdi – Opera North at The Lowry Following on from last Novembers delightful series of ‘Little Greats‘ mini-operas, The Lowry and Opera North have announced ‘Fatal Passions’  Puccini’s much-loved tragedy Madama Butterfly returns alongside Opera North’s first ever production of Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera (A Masked Ball). A trio of powerful Italian blockbusters is bringing desire, betrayal and revenge to The Lowry this Spring as award-winning…

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Manchester’s “Factory” Arts Project Gets Planning Go-Ahead

24th January 2017

Factory – Manchester’s New Cultural Centre Planning approval was granted on the 12th January for The Factory, Manchester’s new £110m cultural hub. Located on the site of the old Granada studio’s and designed by the world-famous Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) founded by Rem Koolhaas, it promises to put Manchester at the forefront of culture in the North and give London a run for it’s money. The project is OMA’s first major public…

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