Grammy and Golden Globe nominated British composer Clint Mansell pays a rare visit to Manchester later this year. The former Pop Will Eat Itself singer, who has reinvented himself in recent years with a string of high-profile film soundtracks, will stop by the RNCM on Friday 10 October for the only English date outside of London. Mansell is known for his work with director Darren Aronofsky in particular, having scored his debut film Pi and later Requiem For A Dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler and Black Swan. He also soundtracked 2009’s Moon and the upcoming release Noah, starring Russell Crowe. For this rare concert, Mansell will be joined by pianist Carly Paradis and the Sonus Quartet.

Fri 10 Oct, RNCM, 124 Oxford Road, M13 9RD, Tel: 0161 907 5200, 7pm, £25,

Fri 10 Oct
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Sun 5 Oct 2014