levenshulme festival 2007

The Levenshulme Community Festival 2007

Saturday 20th October to Sunday 4th November

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FRIDAY 2nd November

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Union Music Lounge

The Levenshulme Portrait Project

Portraits by photographer Rebecca Lupton.

Shown each day

Admission FREE

Levenshulme Library

Coffee Morning… Through Irish eyes.

A coffee morning with a small selection of Irish food products to tempt your palate.

Time 10am-12 Noon

Admission FREE

Levenshulme Library

'Levenshulme as seen through the eyes of a child'

An exhibition of photographs taken by children under the age of 5. Twenty young children will use disposable cameras to capture their view of Levenshulme.

Time 10am-5pm

Admission FREE

Energy Box @ Levenshulme High School

Junior football games

Monday after school jJunior football games for ages 8-16.

Run by Manchester Leisure coaches

Time 4.30pm - 6.30pm

Admission £1

Energy Box @ Levenshulme High School

Junior football games

Friday after school junior football games for ages 8-16.

Run by Manchester Leisure coaches

Time 4.30pm - 6.00pm

Admission £1

Sports, Health & Fitness

Energy Box @ Levenshulme High School

Junior Badminton

Friday evenings Badminton for ages 8 - 11

Run by Manchester sports development coaches

Time 6pm - 7pm

Admission £1

Energy Box @ Levenshulme High School

Junior Badminton

Friday evening Badminton for ages 12 - 16 ran by manchester sports development coaches.

Time 7pm - 8pm

Admission £1

Bankley Studios

Bankley Open Studios Preview

Local artists preview their work at Bankley Studios.

Time 6.30pm - 9pm

Admission FREE

Pub and Club

M19 Bar

Claire Mooney

Claire Mooney and the Moving House Band will be playing songs from Claire’s recently launched 6th album ‘Good as You’ plus all her old favourite’s from her extensive back catolgue.

Support comes from Alun Parry.

www.clairemooney.co.uk

Time 7pm

Admission £3

St Mary’s Parish Centre

Festival Bingo

Bingos' history can be traced back to 1530 and an Italian lottery called "Lo Giuoco del Lotto D'Italia," It was introduced to France in the late 1770s, where it was called "Le Lotto".

When the game reached North America in 1929, it was known as "beano" and only renamed "bingo" by Edwin S. Lowe after someone accidentally yelled "bingo" instead of "beano".

To discover the timeless magic of this ancient game Telephone: 079 66 00 86 25

Time 7.30pm

Admission FREE

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For more information please contact the festival office on 0161 257 2484 or email info@levenshulmefestival.co.uk