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Thursday Lates

Eclectic late-night openings until 9pm every Thursday, with music, performances, talks and screenings

Start the weekend early with our Thursday Lates – a series of sociable, after work and late night openings that are the perfect place to meet up with friends, explore the gallery and enjoy a specially curated selection of talks, performances, film screenings, live music and artist interventions. 

Thursdays, 6pm-9pm. All events are FREE - unless otherwise stated 

 

WYC Presents: After Twilight
22 February, 6pm. Free

ART | LIVE MUSIC | WORKSHOPS | FILM

A gallery takeover in response to the Twilight Language exhibition by 
Raqs media Collectives .

With live music programmed in collaboration with Band on the Wall, f
eaturing: Sangy, Haleemah, KYSO.
Art, workshops and film curated, programmed and delivered by WYC.

Whitworth Young Contemporaries is our programme developed by and for young people, aged 15-25 and is part of Circuit, a four year national programme connecting 15­-25 year olds to the arts in galleries and museums working in partnership with the youth and cultural sector. 

 

Suffragette: Charity Screening
8 March, 6pm. £21.55. Booking Essential

The Pankhurst Trust and The Village Screen presents a special screening of Suffragette and wine tasting reception from Morgenrot, in collaboration with the Whitworth.

6pm wine tasting reception
7pm film screening

Come and join us to commemorate the incredible suffragette women 100 years after they fought for, and won, the vote for women in the UK, just yards away from 62 Nelson Street where the first meetings took place. Directed by Sarah Gavron and written by Abi Morgan, Suffragette (2015) is inspired by the true story of women’s suffrage in Britain. Starring Anne-Marie Duff, Carey Mulligan and Helena Bonham Carter, with Meryl Streep, the film follows the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement – women who were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an increasingly brutal state.

This is a charity screening and ticket proceeds will support women and children at The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) registered charity no. 1126433.

 

To book please visit Eventbrite

 

 

 

 

 

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If you have an idea that brings art, people and ideas together and think it would make a great Thursday Late, please fill in our proposal form here