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Place, Textiles and Generation: From Pakistan to Oldham

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A performance and exhibition created with women from Glodwick Luncheon Club

Thursday  10 October, 2-3pm

 

As part of Ageing Equally?, a research project led by Ambition for Ageing focusing on what makes a good place in which to grow older, Oldham Coliseum Theatre has collaborated with University of Manchester to explore the experiences of women aged 50+ who attend the Glodwick Luncheon Club at Pakistani Community Centre Oldham.

Through a range of creative methods, trips to arts venues including Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester and working with artists such as Robina Akhter Ullah and Najma Khalid, the group has explored themes of ageing, home and place through the prism of textiles.

On Thursday 10 October from 2-3pm we’re holding a sharing of a performance and exhibition of the work produced as part of the project. Tickets for the sharing are free but must be booked via Box Office.

Please email boxoffice@coliseum.org.uk or phone 0161 624 2829 to book your free tickets

 

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Place, Textiles and Generation: From Pakistan to Oldham
Starting on
10/10/2019
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