Get Involved: Looking Forward to Tomorrow at Manchester International Festival

What will our future hold – and how can we make it better? 

Join activists, artists, campaigners, key workers and your fellow citizens for conversation, debate and action!

Ali Davenport, Neighbourhood Organiser for MIF covering Wythenshawe has written on her website

Looking Forward To Tomorrow is two interactive days of discussions, talks, provocations and workshops at Manchester Central, on the theme of Equality on Saturday 10th July and the Environment on Saturday 17th July. 

The event has been created for Manchester International Festival by a group of Greater Manchester residents, and they are looking for other local people to take part. 

It’ll involve: 

  • An online introductory session, Tuesday 29th June 6-7.30pm

  • A session during the festival to explore some of the themes that will be discussed during the event. Dates to be confirmed.

  • Taking part in the event on Saturday 10th July or Saturday 17th July. 

Transport costs will be covered and you can be supported to access a digital device or data to join the online session if needed. 

As a thank you for your time and contribution, there will be a VIP invite to Festival Square for drinks and a bite to eat, opportunities to see other shows and events or dress rehearsals, and an invite to the MIF21 Thank You party which will take place in the autumn. 

If you are interested in getting involved, please fill in this short form and someone will be in touch. If you have difficulty accessing or filling in the form, email to register your interest. She can also answer any questions you may have. 

Closing date: Friday 25th June. 


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