Manchester Histories Festival
7th - 11th June 2018

Returning for its 5th edition from the 7-11 June, the 2018 Manchester Histories Festival offers a packed long-weekender of events.

2018 is a historically monumental year for Greater Manchester, as the place that gave birth to the suffragette movement and the Trades Union Congress, and these are placed at the forefront of this year's festival as we explore the themes of protest, democracy and freedom of speech.

MHF 2018 Official Events

Manchester Histories Celebration Day

The magnificent Manchester Histories Celebration Day returns for a fun filled day for all the family at its new venue for 2018: Manchester Central Library.

We will welcome over 60 different groups who fill the corridors and the bookshelves with exhibitions, beautiful sounds, talks and arts and crafts.

Sunday 10th June


From theatre performances about the Suffragettes and recreated of historical moments to raps about the effect of critical debt and live music inspired by protest, All Saint's Park will be transformed into a theatre of expression and freedom of speech.

Friday 8th - Sunday 10th June

Explore the full MHF 2018 programme and partner events

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