Part of Refugee Week 2019
Presented by Community Arts North West and HOME
Welcome to Horizons Festival 2019. As part of International Refugee Week we will be celebrating with a full programme of theatre, film, art, performance, workshops and debate.
Community Arts North West and HOME welcome you to Horizons Festival 2019. We will be celebrating with a full programme of theatre, film, art, performance, workshops and debate. Celebrating International Arts and Global Cultures, the festival will showcase the best in contemporary creativity, raise awareness, challenge stereotypes and bring the communities of our city together.
The festival features exhibitions, films, theatre shows, workshops, panel discussions, DJ sets and a club night, as well as free events every night in the bar. To launch the festival our building will also transform into a Sanctuary Souk global market place full of free workshops and participatory arts events throughout the Saturday.
This is our UK and everyone is welcome.
In support of the Lift The Ban Campaign
The festival is supported by:
Previously in this Festival
Hear directly from asylum seekers and refugees about the impact of Britain’s policy of banning asylum seekers from working.
We’re closing Horizons Festival with a global rave and everyone is invited! From DRC to Iran, we bring you Techno Soukouss and Psy-Trance as we…
Ana Lucía Cuevas' exhibition of archival material documents her fight for justice after her brother was disappeared by the Guatemalan government.
We are proud to welcome into Theatre 2 a music concert that brings together musicians from all over the world and communities from all over Greater Manchester.
Join us for a free tour of the work, led by Sana Yazigi creator of the Creative Memory of the Syrian Revolution.
Short films created by refugee, asylum seeker and migrant film makers from Manchester and the world curated by Lost Lands Film Festival.
A series of free-flowing discussions on subjects that resonate with us all such as home, identity and what it means to belong.
Issues of migration, art, archiving and cultural institutions brought together in a new documentary produced by The Travelling Heritage Bureau co-research project and network of…