The Levenshulme Community Festival 2004

Friday 15th October to Sunday 24th October 2004
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A celebration of Levenshulme's amenities, cultures and organisations featuring
Music, Literature, Competitions, Sport, Art, and other Events

Live Music
Pubs and Clubs
Sports and Fitness
Events for Kids
Other Events

Photographs of Events




Levfest Brochure Launch

The launch event at Cody's Coffee bar on Stockport Road was a huge success. The event was packed out with media and friends of the festival who had come to show their support.

Friday 15th October

The festival was launched tonight with ALL FM's Vicky Richardson at the Union, guitarist Anthony Costello at the Packhorse and an African and Caribean night at the Palace.

Saturday 16th October

Lloyd Williams organised a special 147 Breaks Football tournament for the kids at the Arcadia

Meanwhile in Bankley Art studios the first art workshop entitled "the secret garden" was taking place as part of the national 'Big Draw' event.

Sunday 17th October

A Gaelic Football tournament between St Mary's and St Kentigerns was arranged on Errwood Park. St Mary's under 10's and under 12's won both their games.

Monday 18th October

BBC GMR's Alan Keegan and 'The Parlour Team' came down to the Packhorse to broadcast their show live from the pub.

The LevFest 5 a side Final

Over 100 people attended the Lev Fest Cup final

Wednesday 19th October

In the Union, ‘Coronation Street actors Keith Duffy "Kieran" and Trevor Dwyer-Lynch who plays ‘Patrick’ in the soap, were just two of the celebrities who came to support this years Levenshulme Festival.

Thursday 20th October

A packed out St Mary’s Parish Centre played host to a very special Manchester Irish Community Care Levenshulme Festival party. The ‘Mayo Man’ provided the live entertainment and with a free buffet sponsored by the festival a good time was had by all.

Friday 22nd October

Europe’s leading Rory Gallagher tribute act ‘Sinnerboy’ performed a special one off concert for the festival in the Packhorse.

In the Palace the Rockfest showcase was as busy as ever.

Saturday 23rd October

Highfield Country Park organised an Open Day with a walk around Levenshulme’s very own unique piece of the Countryside

At the Packhorse, Celtic Rock band ‘Celtic Vibes’ made a successful return and singing sensation ‘Suzie Q’ made an appearance with her band ‘The New Originals’ at the Palace Nightclub.

Sunday 24th October

The legendary 11-17 club night ‘Manchester Schools Unite’, was held at the Palace Nightclub. Local teenage Rock band ‘SPR’ played a live set during the event and were well received by the capacity audience.






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