SICK! Festival takes over the legendary NIAMOS Centre with a host of events giving voice to young people in the city.
A series of creative workshops that explore what makes life worth living for young people today. Participants are invited to join us for a communal lunch in the grand auditorium.
GRAPHIC ENCOUNTERS WORKSHOP: JAMIE SQUIRES
Graphic Encounters is a free workshop with comic artist Jamie Squire exploring how you can use drawing, graphic narratives and comics to express your own experiences of mental health and well-being
REFORM RADIO: PODCAST CLINIC
Award winning local digital radio station Reform Radio will be hosting a podcast clinic, offering you a chance to get your voice heard and make your own podcasts. Let the world know what makes your life worth living?
SIGN OF THE TIMES: BERNADETTE RUSSELL & ROB KENNEDY
Sign of The Times is a free workshop with artists Bernadette Russell and Rob Kennedy. Cross the boundaries between art and protest to answer the question, ‘What do you want?’ Create the placards for the protest of your life! Helping us look at life through a different lens this workshop will help you explore the darker side of life with a lighter touch. Designed as an introduction to stand-up comedy you will be helped to develop your own material.
OH EK COMEDY WORKSHOP
Helping us look at life through a different lens this workshop will help you explore the darker side of life with a lighter touch. Designed as an introduction to stand-up comedy you will be helped to develop your own material.
Part of SICK! Festival 2019.
This event takes place at Niamos Centre
Niamos Centre, Chichester Street, Hulme, M15 3E
Developed and presented in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University as part of the Greater Manchester Living Youth Charter of Rights.