At Lomography Gallery Store Manchester. For the final workshop we’re hosting in collaboration with the People’s History Museum for their Young Photographer’s competition, we’re going to be basing a workshop at their museum!
Saturday May 5th, 12pm
That’s right, the good folks over at the People's History Museum are going to put on a Living History Performance .
Living History performance: Read All About It! – Papers, Protest & Peterloo
Meet James Bronterre O’Brien, editor of Victorian newspaper, the Poor Man’s Guardian. Accompany Bronterre on a march to Peterloo and uncover the stories of the day. Please note that this performance will be photographed by entrants for our Protest Photography Competition. Family Friendly activity, suitable for over 7s to adults.
So that’s their part, what about ours? Well, we’re going to do a presentation beforehand on the Sprocket Rocket and then we’re allowed to take photos all through the performance!
Tickets are £15 and include a presentation, lend-a-camera filled with a roll of film, 10% off processing and the Living History Performance!
This is all in conjunction with the competition, People’s History Museum are running with us as guest judges, so get shooting and submitting. All information can be seen here.
Lomography Gallery Store Manchester
20 Oldham Street
Tel: 0161 228 2360