The Gothic North Art Exhibition

Creative Tourist
Helen Darby

The Gothic North Art Exhibition at Number 70 Oxford Street, Manchester 7 October — 30 November 2016 Entrance is free

Join us to kick off the Gothic Manchester Festival in style with a night of drinks and music to open ‘The Gothic North’ art exhibition.

Featuring multimedia works from long-time collaborators with the Festival, the Manchester Gothic Arts Group (M:GAG) and special guest Morticia.

The exhibition will run from Friday 7th October until Wednesday 30th November, free and open to the public 9am-6pm Monday to Friday, as well as being open all day Saturday 22nd October during the Gothic Manchester Festival Weekend.

 

The Gothic North Art Exhibition at Number 70 Oxford Street, Manchester 7 October — 30 November 2016 Entrance is free

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