From Manchester City Council:

Manchester Disability History Rocks!

A showcase of music and creativity by disabled artists from Manchester to celebrate International Day of Disabled People and kick off UK Disability History Month. Including performances by Manchester's very own Bee Vocal (Manchester Mental Health) Choir and famed disability singer/songwriter Johnny Crescendo.

Featuring a mix of Living History interactive characters, comedy, musical performances, plus an exhibition and talk by GM Coalition of Disabled People, demonstarting how music was used as a catalyst for change in the disability rights movement. This is a show worthy of Manchester's activist and artistic roots.

Look out for the Town Hall purple light up, in honour of IDDP.

Free, no need to book, all welcome. (Ground floor, performance space.)

Monday, 3 December 2018 - Manchester Central Library

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