warnmcr: it's just not cricket, tennis...

As unwelcome colourful interventions into the sporting arena make headline news, I think I'll stick to a world of welcome colourful interventions - like the forthcoming Haphazard! Meanwhile...

This weekend
at MIF look out for Balmy Army (1-15 Jul) and Rimini Protokoll's All Right Good Night (until Sat 8 Jul) both at HOME, plus Ryuichi Sakamoto's Kagami (until 9 Jul) and the ongoing Tino Seghal's This Entry and Blast Theory + Manchester Street Poem's We Cut Through Dust (both running throughout). GM Fringe has Transparency at both 53Two (Fri 7 Jul) + Salford Arts Theatre (Sat 8 Jul).

In Wigan Touretteshero's Burnt Out in Biscuitland is at Wigan Pier tonight, Fri 7 Jul; while in Leeds Yorkshire Dance has  Encounters on Fri 7 + Sat 8 Jul.

Next week (w/c 10 Jul) brings MIF to a close - with, among other things, Benji Reid Find Your Eyes (12-16 Jul) at the Academy + R.O.S.E (13-16 Jul) at New Century Hall.
In Liverpool Liverpool Arabic Arts Festival has Mahmoud El Haddad's Self-Entitlement on Tue 11 Jul and What the dog said to the harvest on Wed 12 Jul.

The following week (w/c 17 Jul) Signdance Collective is at the Whitworth Art Garden, while we at Word of Warning are back at Z-arts for the madness that is Haphazard. In Sheffield, Owen + Slater are at Theatre Deli.

Online - tonight, Fir 7 Jul, Lancaster Arts is showing Van Huynh Co's Re:birth and Bobby Baker's Drawing on a Grandmother's Experience. CLAY have the Chasm Digital projects, possibly until 21 July and GM Fringe has Making It Up and Tigers in the Wisteria throughout July.

Keep checking our News + Information page for more pointers to opportunities and show videos online, and @WarnMcr on Twitter for short-notice performances.



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Sat 22 Jul, Noon-3pm. FREE | Z-arts


A day out for the curious of all ages.
Gemma Lees | Jana Aizupe & Gi Vasey | Joe Beedles | Julie Burrow | Kitunda Argyle | Krissi Musiol & Amy Vreeke | Luna Ælflæd | Maddie Wakeling & Rowan Szulek | Nicola Smith | Orla Collier & Magdalena Górnikiewicz | Plaster Cast | Puppetfingers | Thomas Daniel Byrne