herself, rising talent Saoirse and NTS' Peach. Teenagers in charge: Nightwalks more The Teentalitarianism series of theatre events takes adult audiences into a world where teenagers are in charge Friday 18 to Sunday 20 May its Nightwalks, Saturday 19 May Sex, Drugs Criminality has its turn and Saturday 26 May is Dare. For more arts and culture ideas in Manchester click here. Eyre's Cut, Copy, Paste takes on the unlikely subject of wigs and playfully questions ideas of identity, gender and performance by asking how this inanimate object can be so full of character. M Irma Vep Sat 3 Feb The Castle Hotel 6 Manchester-based psych pop artist, involved in other projects such as Sex Hands and Klaus Kinski. Entry to events is free, but the National Trust charge admission to Dunham Massey itself. Sat Thu, The Hepworth Wakefield, Gallery Walk, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF1 5AW. The exhibition runs until Saturday 12th May, and drinks will be available at this private viewing. Virtually Reality, Manchester Histories Festival more. Through an exhibition of key artworks and artefacts Surrealism in Egypt takes the movement far from its European origins, showing how the style crossed borders and cultures and was adapted and repurposed to great effect.
The Food Store, free coffee at Takk, Manchester Wine Festival more. There are three sessions a day between 11am and 3:30pm. Contributing on the night is drum/bass/trumpet trio No-Arm, doomy experimental cinematic group Slims and improvised synth drums from Oscar and bbso. Options include a 'The Magical Door Trail' (Mon 23 Sun 29 Oct) workshops and drop ins exploring how to make a magic wand (and other things, Mon 23 Tue 24 Oct).
M Lou Sanders The Bread Shed Tue 5 Dec.30pm 5/3 XS Malarkey shows no signs of slowing down before the end of the year as they start December with a great line up headed by the surreal musings of Lou Sanders. Mon 9 Oct, Chapter One Books, Chatsworth House, 19 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1BY. Sunday market: Northern Quarter Makers Market. The Hulme studio brings with it numerous playful artworks from across the UK such as clay fruit pies and mobile phones, and a lobster sunbathing on a pine cone. Tue 26 Dec, Legroom, Unit 4, Great Northern Tower, Watson Street, Manchester, M3 4EE. Tackling Spielberg classic Jurassic Park the brains behind Flim have invited IT rock n rollers Foxdog Studios to 3MT for a look at how the musical comedy duo might have tackled Dennis Nedry and his nefarious hacking skills were they to have been on Isla. For the finale of Manchester Beer Week, nomas Sadlers Yard will be awash with craft beer. The Collection Bites talks are every other Monday, so keep an eye out for future talks.