Manchester Camerata 2017/18 Season

Chris Horkan

Featuring Snoop Dogg’s producer, a live video artist, plus a gospel choir and re-interpretations of Muse and Metallica, the 2017/18 season by ‘probably Britain’s most adventurous orchestra’ is as diverse and inspiring as ever.

Women in music are celebrated at Who Runs The World…, a concert at the RNCM next March that takes inspiration from talent as diverse as Björk and Joni Mitchell, while the season draws to a raucous conclusion next May with Vivaldi Rocks, which juxtaposes the Baroque composer’s works alongside those by Muse, Metallica and more.

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Rochdale Literature & Ideas Festival
Festivals 15–22 October 2018, from £3.00

Rochdale Literature & Ideas Festival

Henry V at Manchester Cathedral
Theatre 22–24 October 2018, from £20

Henry V at Manchester Cathedral

Fell at Antwerp Mansion
Theatre 22–25 October 2018, from £9

Fell at Antwerp Mansion

Contact at STUN Studio, Z-Arts
Theatre 16–27 October 2018, from £6.00

CONTACT at STUN Studio, Z-Arts

Families 5 May–28 October 2018, from £Quarry Bank admission prices apply (free for National Trust members)

Journeys of the Imagination at Quarry Bank

Native: Manchester at PAPER Gallery
Exhibitions 29 September–3 November 2018, FREE

Native: Manchester at PAPER Gallery

URWOTUEAT, 2017 – John Powell Jones. Part of SUBI 수비 at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
Exhibitions 14 September–4 November 2018, FREE

SUBI 수비 at Castlefield Gallery

David Ogle: Land/Lines at HOME, Manchester
Exhibitions 7 September–4 November 2018, FREE

David Ogle: Land/Lines at HOME