Hot Singles Club at YES
On Monday night, Charles Street venue YES hosts this afterparty following a gig from garage rockers the Orielles and post-punk group Working Men’s Club. Hot Singles Club is a regular weekly night of offbeat floorfillers in the venue’s main bar, and they’ll be slipping tracks from the two bands into the usual playlist.
Mon 15 Jul, YES, 38 Charles Street, Manchester, M1 7DB, 7pm – 12am, www.facebook.com
Manchester Jewish Museum at Central Library
The Manchester Jewish Museum relocates from Cheetham Hill to its temporary new home at Central Library this week, and you can check it out from Tuesday onwards. See our full preview for more details.
From Tue 16 Jul, Manchester Central Library, St. Peter’s Square, Manchester, M2 5PD, Tel: 0161 234 1983, 9am – 8pm (Mon-Thurs)/9am – 5pm (Fri-Sat), www.manchesterjewishmuseum.com
The Blinders at Albert Square
As part of the Manchester International Festival, writer and famed Haçienda DJ Dave Haslam programmes a series of free gigs at the festival hub in Albert Square. For this gig, he’s invited Doncaster born-and-bred three-piece The Blinders to perform alongside all-girl punk band Witch Fever and West Bromwich’s The Pagans S.O.H. The bands will be followed by a DJ set from Amazing Radio DJ and writer Shell Zenner.
Tue 16 Jul, Albert Square, M2 5PD, 8pm – late, www.facebook.com
Manchester: Ruskin-Free-City at The Portico Library
The Portico Library hosts this discussion as part of the bicentennial of art critic John Ruskin, a man who once said that “Manchester can produce no good art and no good literature”. This event aims to provide Manchester’s response to this challenge, looking at how Manchester has come to appreciate the social value of art. Gallery director Alistair Hudson, Cuban artist Tania Bruguera and Big People Music’s Tunde Adekoya lead this lively discussion. At the time of writing, this event is marked as Sold Out online, but it’s always worth checking on the day.
Wed 17 Jul, The Portico Library, 57 Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3HY, 6pm – 7.30pm, www.eventbrite.co.uk
- Jon Whiteley
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- Sun 14 Jul 2019