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After Hours

Expect talks, music, performance, film screenings and much more

After Hours

Expect talks, music, performance, film screenings and much more

 

School Trip for Grown Ups

14 March, 6–9pm

Relive your school days with an evening out at the Museum! Take part in activities inspired by our Learning Programme - but aimed this time at the ‘young at heart’.

Special teacher / teaching assistant offer: pre-register for your VIP ticket to get special discounts and freebieshttp://bit.ly/MMVIPEducators

 

Difficult Dialogue: Importing International Conflict

21 March, 6–8.30pm

Join the discussion on how international conficts affect us and explore how communities can address division and create understanding, goodwill and harmony.

In partnership with #WeStandTogether

 

An evening with David Olusoga and Deborah Sugg Ryan: A House Through Time

21 March, 6–8pm

Join us for an evening with David Olusoga and Deborah Sugg Ryan, the stars of the BBC2 series: A House Through Time, which tells the story of those who lived in one house, from the time that it was built until the present day.

 

South Asia Collective

28th March, 6 –9pm

An evening of art, music and conversation, from the collective at the heart of our new South Asia Gallery.
 
Join us and our co-curators for workshops, musical performance and a chance to get up close to objects from our South Asia Collection.
This event is aimed at adults and is free to drop-in.




Quiet Night

4th April, 6 – 9pm

An opportunity to explore the Museum’s galleries when it’s quieter, away from the normal hustle and bustle of a daytime visit.
Taking place in world Autism Awareness Week we particularly want to encourage adults with autism to come and enjoy the museum. If there is anything further we can do to create an environment in which you can enjoy your visit we want to hear about it.
 
Part of Autism Awareness Week
In partnership with the Greater Manchester Autism Consortium

This event is aimed at adults and is free to drop-in.
 


Jallinawala Bagh 1919: Punjab Under Siege

11th April 6-9pm

The official opening of the Jallianwala Bagh 1919: Punjab Under Siege exhibition, developed in collaboration with The Partition Museum in India. This commemorative exhibit gives voice to the untold stories of the victims of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre and the events surrounding that fateful day in Punjab.
In collaboration with The Partition Museum, Amritsar museum in India.

This event is aimed at adults and is free to drop-in.



All events are Free (unless otherwise stated)