A seminar on Manchester’s sustainability targets and an introduction to podcasting are among the best free things to do in Manchester this week.

Live Music Monday | Bunny Jackson's | Mon 10 Feb | 8pm - 1am

Bunny Jackson’s house band will be playing all Monday night and it’s completely free to enter. Start the week off on a high and catch some great live music with a couple of drinks at this casual Manchester bar.

1 Jack Rosenthal Street, Manchester M15 4RA
Introduction to Podcasting | Virgin Money | Tue 11 Feb | 8am - 9.30am

If you’ve ever thought about starting your own podcast, this is the event for you. With the podcast market ever growing in popularity, this session covers the basics of podcast production, from what sort of podcast you can make to what you need to make it and market it. It’s produced by MIC Media, a podcast production and training company based in Manchester.

48-50 Market Street, Manchester, M1 1PW
Sustainability Seminar | University of Manchester | Tue 11 Feb | 1pm - 2pm

This sustainability seminar run by the University of Manchester will focus on zero carbon, looking in particular at Manchester’s own target of zero carbon by 2038. The seminar will feature presentations from Pete Bradshaw, the Head of Sustainability at Manchester City Football Club and Dr. John Broderick, a lecturer in energy and climate change at the university. It will be chaired by Amanda Bamford, a professor of plant sciences at the university and the presentations will be followed by an audience Q&A, giving you a chance to find out exactly how you can contribute to Manchester’s zero-carbon target.

Samuel Alexander Building SLG. 12, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL
Narratives of Place in Photography | The Redeye Network | Wed 12 Feb | 7pm - 8.30pm

Three artists with varying approaches to the subject of photography and place will discuss their work, focusing on the interaction between landscape and experience. Each photographer – Kat Dipper (a documentary and portrait photographer), Liam Ratcliffe (a freelance and fine art photographer) and Joshua Turner (a fine art photographer) – will present their own work then discuss how their individual perception can alter their interpretation of a place.

CFCCA, Market Buildings, Thomas Street, Manchester, M4 1EU
Mon 10 Feb - Fri 14 Feb
Amy Callaghan
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Mon 10 Feb 2020