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On this decidedly Autumnal day, tonight Fri 10 Nov you can see Matrafisc Dance's Watch Us Dance at the New Adelphi at Salford University; and, tomorrow Sat 10 Nov, LEAP 2018 has Rosie Kay Dance's MK Ultra at Liverpool Hope University; while DaDaFest International has Proud & Loud Arts Cells - a body of work at Tate Liverpool (til 11 Nov).

Next week (w/c 12 Nov) in Mancunia, Festival of Leaving continues with Sefiroth's Adio Kerida on Mon 12 Nov; Travis Alabanza's Burgerz is at the Royal Exchange Theatre (14-17 Nov); and Contact presents Amy Vreeke's The Year My Vagina Tried To Kill Me at New Adelphi Theatre, University of Salford on Fri 16 + Sat 17 Nov. 

LEAP 2018 concludes with James Wilton Dance's The Storm on Tue 13 Nov; DaDafest continues with The Depressed Artists' Support Bureau on Mon 12 Nov at the Arts Centre at Edgehill University; and Mandy Redvers-Rowe's Measuring Up on Sat 17 Nov at Liverpool Everyman; plus, in collaboration with homotopiaMina (Tue 13 + Wed 14 Nov) and Fittings Multimedia Mop The House (Thu 15 + Fri 16 Nov), both at the Unity.  Also at the Unity, homotopia has Scottee's Fat Blokes on Sat 17 Nov and Travis Alabanza's Burgerz on Sun 18 Nov. 

Kate O'Donnell's You've Changed is at the Arts Centre at Edgehill University on Tue 13 Nov and at Derelict Live at the Media Factory in Preston on Fri 16 Nov. Also on Fri 16 Nov Jamal Gerald's Dogmatic is at Theatre Deli in Sheffield; while, in Leeds, Compass Festival (16-25 Nov) kicks off at Crowd of Favours, with a welcome and Etheridge + Persighetti's Public House.

The following week (w/c 19 Nov) Word of Warning is back in action with Stacy Makishi's The Comforter on Wed 21 Nov at The Lowry, PWYD at 7pm, followed immediately by Tourette's Hero's Not I  - use our link for a code to book a special £10 ticket for Not I.

DaDaFest continues with Mia - Daughters of FortuneThe Space In Between; and Not I; while homotopia has Jinkx Monsoon + Major Scales and Cheryl Martin. Elsewhere Mary Pearson's FoMO mofos! gets an outing to Chester.  The weekend, however, belongs to Leeds and Compass Festival - with Jack Tan, French Mottershead, Scottee, Bethany Wells and more.



  • Also look out for Becoming Storybook's performances at Chapter 1 books dotted through October and November.
  • You might want to take a look at this link from Live Art Development Agency: Maayan Amir from Exterritory's presentation of Image Blockade, a film depicting a scientific experiment with Israeli veterans from an elite army intelligence unit.
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Performance Programme Autumn/Winter 2018
Please note all events are Pay What You Decide

Wed 21 Nov, 7pm. PWYD | The Lowry
The Comforter
Stacy Makishi