Amani Festival at Sacred Trinity Church
Head over to Sacred Trinity Church in Salford this Saturday and you’ll be able to catch Amani Festival: A free family fun day that explores and celebrates African culture, with music, workshops and authentic African food. See our full preview for more information.
Sat 22 Jul, Sacred Trinity Church, Chapel Street, Salford, M3 5DW. Tel: 07868 591070, 12pm – 7pm, www.amanicreatives.wordpress.com
BPM BBQ at Hulme Park (pictured)
Gig promoters and record label BPM – short for Big People Music – are taking over Hulme Park this Saturday for a party and BBQ. As well as bringing the big beats they’ve made a name with over the past several years, they’ll also be packing a big grill full of meat and a bowlful of specially-brewed punch called ‘The Mancunian Wray’. The event is BYOB, so if you’re wanting to get loose you’ll have to bring your own cooler.
Sat 22 Jul, Hulme Park, Stretford Road, Manchester, M15 4ZY. 2pm – 11pm, www.facebook.com
Hulme STEAM Maker Faire and Good Afternoon Summer Party at Old Abbey Tap House
Staying in Hulme, The Old Abbey Taphouse has not one but two free events running this Saturday both of which are very, very different. Between 2pm and 5pm you can catch the STEAM Maker Faire: A fair showcasing the projects and tinkerings of people working in STEAM – that is, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. In the evening, from 6pm, the pub will be taken over by club promoters Good Afternoon, who’ll be using the boozer for their summer party, with six-hour playlist of house and disco tunes.
Sat 22 Jul, The Old Abbey Taphouse, Guildhall Close, Manchester, M15 6SY. 2pm – 5pm (Faire), www.facebook.com 6pm – 12am (Party), www.facebook.com
Your Story, Our History at People’s History Museum
This year marks 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Britain, and the People’s History Museum is commemorating this important slice of legal and social history with a series of short film screenings reflecting on the experiences of LGBTQ+ people. Several contributors talk on film about the personal impact of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act, and subsequent equality legislation. As well as the screenings, activists at the PHM will be talking through how to get more involved with the future of equality law, with tips on contacting peers and MPs, as well as an overview on how laws are created.
Sun 23 Jul, People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3ER. 11am – 1pm, www.eventbrite.co.uk
- Jon Whiteley
- Published on:
- Thu 20 Jul 2017