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Contact Manchester new season


Breaking Bread: Miray Sidhom explores her Egyptian heritage's association with dough-based products. Pic: Contact
Breaking Bread: Miray Sidhom explores her Egyptian heritage's association with dough-based products. Pic: Contact

Contact Manchester’s spring season has just gone on sale with a genuine bargain on offer.

For a £10 joining fee, Contact members can see three of the shows free – and get 25% off most other events. Things kick off in February with the previously-announced Queer Contact. Then comes:


The Bread We Break (March 24-31): Drawing on her Egyptian heritage, Contact Young Company's Miray Sidhom explores the role of bread in Egypt’s suppressed history of political uprising.


The Glad Game (March 16-17): In November 2018, Phoebe Frances Brown was diagnosed with an incurable cancer. The Glad Game is the story of finding herself in the bleakest of times.


News News News (March 5): A television news show made by children for adults, recorded in front of a studio audience and broadcast live on the internet. Working with artists Andy Field and Beckie Darlington, children will present bulletins from the city, offering a distinctive look at what’s going on here and now.


Frankenstein: How To Make A Monster (May 10-14): A meeting of beatbox, gig and theatre. The BAC Beatbox Academy presents an hour of song, soundscape and beatbox – all live, all made from the mouth.


Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales: Together Again, Again (May 6-7): RuPaul’s Drag Race star and Major Scales return to the UK with their raucous show.


Sofie Hagen: Fat Jokes (September 23): Edinburgh comedy award winner Sofie Hagen presents a show with big jokes and fat punchlines.


Info and tickets here