Do you want to follow in the footsteps of thousands of Mancunians who have previously brought MIF events to life? We’re looking for people from across Greater Manchester to take part in four major new works at MIF19:
- BELLS FOR PEACE
Share a story, make a bell or join a chorus of voices for MIF19’s opening event
- School of Integration
If you’re from another country and have made Manchester your home, share a special skill with the city
Join the chorus for Studio ORKA’s new theatre work
- Utopolis Manchester
If you live, own, work at or run a space in the city centre, you could host part of Rimini Protokoll’s new work
In addition to the opportunities above, groups from across Greater Manchester are already helping us to create The Anvil, working with theatre group ANU on a day-long series of performances across Manchester that explore what the 1819 Peterloo Massacre meant then and what it means today.
And Manchester Street Poem, which premiered at MIF17, will return at MIF19 with new artwork being created by Underworld’s Karl Hyde and the team, continuing to highlight the voices of marginalised communities across the city.