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Contact’s Autumn Programme

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Contact, the UK’s leading theatre and arts venue with young people at its heart, reopens its doors to the public this month for the first time since December 2017 following a £6m building redevelopment and the challenges of a global pandemic. 

This next stage in the building’s evolution sees Contact return with new and improved performance spaces; a purpose-built recording studio for young people’s music projects; a unique health and science development space created in partnership with Wellcome Trust; new offices for artists and cultural organisations to hire and work alongside Contact staff; a new and improved public bar; free work and social spaces; a new partnership with Manchester’s Indian street food heroes, Chaat Cart, and many other exciting new features.
Contact have an electrifying programme of performances and events taking place at their transformed building, and they’ll also be taking over some much-loved venues across Manchester. 

The performance programme kicks off in October with Contact Young Company’s Everything All of the Time, directed by Contact’s Artistic Director, Matt Fenton. Everything All of the Time is a physical and visual journey through a new world, squashed into an hour of hedonism, love, anger, nostalgia and hope.

Nine events have been released on general sale ready for you to book but, in true Contact style, they aren't stopping there. Contact will be adding to the line-up over the next few weeks, so keep an eye on their socials and website!