Botanic at Hulme Community Garden Centre

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Botanic at Hulme Community Garden Centre

Botanic at Hulme Community Garden Centre, Manchester 27 September 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

Set amongst the lush flora and fauna of Hulme Community Garden Centre, Botanic is a brand-new performance work by our friends at Word of Warning.

We love nothing more than art in the open air. It’s time to fling open those doors and head out to enjoy some live contemporary performance in the fresh air. Take a stroll through the gardens and experience a series of performance encounters inspired by the healing power of nature.

Take a walk through the urban oasis with artists Maya Chowdhry, Christian Asare, Jade Williams, Jamil Keating, Chanje Kunda and Shkiesha.

Botanic is a free event with no booking required. As this event will be taking place outside, it is recommended that you wear suitable clothing and comfortable footwear.

Botanic at Hulme Community Garden Centre, Manchester 27 September 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

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