Sun 07 July
Victoria Station Tunnels, Station Approach, Todd Street, M3 1WY
18+ only, ID required
£4 webBreak £2 transaction fee per order (no per ticket fee)
At this fascinating seminar a host of local academics and other experts will discuss this slice of hidden Mancunian history, exploring representations of the working classes of the time, the public health and sanitation reforms of the 1840s and 50s, and the ways in which our understanding of diseases such as cholera continue to resonate today both at home and abroad.
Sanitising the Working Classes. has been devised by Contact Young Curators, five emerging local artists brought together by MIF and Contact, who have been invited by Chim↑Pom to create and present a programme of special events to accompany A Drunk Pandemic.