Manchester International Festival – and an alternative

by Tom Kerswill on June 29th, 2007
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The Manchester International Festival runs from 28th June to 15th July in Manchester. It features a range of events, from dance, through art to Music.

Brand new this year is a completely unofficial, alternative fringe event. It hosts over 50 gigs, art exhibitions and other events. We’re running a special Songs for the Bath Tub event at Trof in the Northern Quarter. And I’m being interviewed and doing a live set on Manchester’s all fm on monday 9th July, 3-4pm.

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Categories: Acoustic, Festivals, Free Culture, Gigs, Manchester, Manchester music, Music News, Radio, Trof in the Northern Quarter


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  • Alex

    Hey tom,

    came across your site as i was searching for pictures of trof for a friend. strangely i came to see you play (somewhere in manchester?) maybe a year ago with a mate of mine called hannah mansell who knew you from her blog. all very random. but anyway, ill take the opportunity to say i thought you set was great and good luck for the future.



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