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THE MENOPAUSE BUS CHOIR

THE MENOPAUSE BUS CHOIR

Have you been personally affected by Menopause? Do you think it’s something we don’t talk about enough? Would you like to join voices with others who have similar experiences? WHAT In May 2022, the Menopause Bus will take to the streets of Manchester with an onboard...

SICK! FESTIVAL 2022 ANNOUNCEMENT

SICK! FESTIVAL 2022 ANNOUNCEMENT

SICK! Festival 2022 hits the streets throughout the month of May! It’s a public festival where health and creativity meet, with most of it happening in Moston & Harpurhey. It's in the streets, it's on your doorstep, it's in the community! Prepare yourself for...

GET YOUR VOICE HEARD! BECOME AN AMBASSADOR

GET YOUR VOICE HEARD! BECOME AN AMBASSADOR

Do you care about Moston or Harpurhey? We are looking for 8-10 community ambassadors to help us connect with the neighbourhood Term: one year fixed term. Monthly group meetings between February 2022 – February 2023 We will offer a £75 contribution for your time each...

SICK! CARS CALL OUT for participants

SICK! CARS CALL OUT for participants

Are you young (18-25), male living in North Manchester?Do you like car modding culture & design? Are you interested in exploring the challenges young men face growing up? Are you looking for a new challenge? If the answer to all these questions is ‘yes’, we want...

CALL OUT FOR ARTISTS: SMASH (SOCIAL PRESCRIBING)

CALL OUT FOR ARTISTS: SMASH (SOCIAL PRESCRIBING)

We are looking for exciting and diverse artists to deliver creative workshops and/or facilitated conversations as part of our SMASH SICK! Mental Health Arts Programme SMASH is a creative social prescribing project that offers participants a range of creative,...

SMASH EXHIBITION LAUNCH: BIRDS OF A FEATHER

SMASH EXHIBITION LAUNCH: BIRDS OF A FEATHER

We're excited to announce the launch of a new photographic exhibition, Birds of a Feather, showcasing work developed by participants of our social prescribing project SMASH: EXPLORE. The exhibition will take place from Friday 8th October 2021 at No. 93 Health and...

CALL OUT FOR PARTICIPANTS: DOING ZERO

CALL OUT FOR PARTICIPANTS: DOING ZERO

CAN YOU HELP YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY TO HELP THE PLANET? This September, Doing Zero brings together people from Moston and Harpurhey in Manchester and Kawangware in Nairobi, Kenya to see how local neighbourhoods can push back against the climate crisis. We are looking...

DDD15: DEATH, DIVERSITY & dECOLONISATION

DDD15: DEATH, DIVERSITY & dECOLONISATION

SICK! Festival has been invited by Manchester Metropolitan University, on behalf of the Association ofor the Study of Death and Society to deliver a programme of cultural events as part of the 15th International Conference on the Social Context of Death, Dying and...

SICK! ANNOUNCES INHERITED RESILIENCE

INHERITED RESILIENCE – Cultural Collaboration between South Africa and Manchester It's Book Lovers' Day here in the UK and National Women's Day in South Africa, and we're excited to announce Inherited Resilience: a zine of poems, stories & powerful messages of...

MINDGAMES: CALL OUT FOR PARTICIPANTS

MINDGAMES: CALL OUT FOR PARTICIPANTS

Are you young (16-25), identify as male and live in Finland? Do you enjoy playing video games and have an interest in game design? Have you struggled with your mental health or supported someone else who has struggled with theirs? Are you looking for a new challenge?...

SMASH: SICK! MENTAL HEALTH ARTS PROGRAMME

SMASH: SICK! MENTAL HEALTH ARTS PROGRAMME

As part of our 10-year commitment to Moston and Harpurhey we have launched The SICK! Mental Health Arts Programme (SMASH) a creative social prescribing project

OGLESBY CHARITABLE TRUST SUPPORT SICK!’S 10-YEAR PROGRAMME IN MOSTON AND HARPURHEY

OGLESBY CHARITABLE TRUST SUPPORT SICK!’S 10-YEAR PROGRAMME IN MOSTON AND HARPURHEY

Oglesby Charitable Trust has agreed a 5-year funding investment to SICK! Productions to support our 10 year programme fo creative projects in Moston & Harpurhey and a series of commissions with leading local and international artists. Find out more about our work in the community and how this funding will support our long-term commitment.

MINDSCAPES

MINDSCAPES

MINDSCAPES is a 2-year programme of co-operation and co-production between cultural institutions in The Netherlands and Manchester.