Are you looking for some innovative ideas to keep you entertained in Machester on this Bank Holiday week? From street parties to gin tasting, flash fiction to film, there are plentiful ideas to inspire you. So, check our guide of entertainment to consider on this bank holiday week.
Kill a Mockingbird
Harper Lee’s much popular love story “To Kill a Mockingbird” offers to see the injustice in a small town community. Through the inherent compassion and courage, lawyer Atticus Finch needs the truth and his daughter, Scout- a young girl brings a new ray of hope to the neighborhood in turmoil. This novel was awarded the Pulitzer award in 1960 and the adaptation of the story in the 1962 film won three Oscars out of the 8 nominations. Now To Kill a Mockingbird have a new life in the award winning stage adaptation by Christopher Segel.
Date: -19th May (Tuesday) to 23rd May (Staurday)
Venue: The Lowry, Salford Quays
Catch some Cacotopia
Anthony Burgess discusses the term ’Cacotopia’ in the novel George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four by merging the words ‘Cacophony’ and ‘utopia’. Burgess has used the word ’Cacotopia’ to describe the government of the worst kind. The famous curator Laura Mansfield has been precisely working with Burgess Foundation to emerge the contemporary artworks that counters the innovative ideas of Burgess. Now cacotopia will be opened again by the artist, musician Franziska Lantz.
Date: 23rd May to 14th June
Venue: Chorlton Mill, 3 Cambridge Street
Indulge in an Indie All Dayer
On the Bank Holiday Saturday head over to the Manchester Academy and you will discover there about 10 hours of uninterrupted music. By Echo and the Bunnymen, this day will feature the set of greatest hits from the Inspirational Carpet, Pop Will Eat Itself, Gang of Four, Mark Morris and many more. In addition to, this event will comprise of an extended beer and cider festival providing some of the finest quality apple and hop based tipples.
Date: – 23rd May
Venue: – Manchester Academy, Oxford Road
Seems excited, right! If yes, then book your favorite exhibition today and enjoy this Bank Holiday Week delightfully. For more details, connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.