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the Bear | Thu 1 Jun | Gorilla | £16 Indie-math alt-rockers hailing from Seattle. Gentle | Fri 2 Jun | Eagle Inn | £7 Experimental folk trio whose performances often involve projected visuals and art. Arthur | Sat 3 Jun | Deaf Institute | £10 Psychedelic group with jazz, folk and funk stylings. Wave Sunday Session (pic) | Sun 4 Jun | O2 Ritz | £14 Line up includes Whitney, Bill Ryder-Jones, Tops more.
7.30pm - 9pm, Twin Peaks Exhibition Launch at The Font (pictured) David Lynch’s television masterpiece Twin Peaks made its triumphant return to our television screens this weekend after a 25 year hiatus.
Mon 22 May, Fallow Café, 2A Landcross Road, Manchester, M14 6NA.
7.30pm - 10pm, Panel at Portico Library The General Election is looming, and the Portico Library is looking to bring you some context on the issues of the day: Everything from Brexit to the mayoral election will be discussed by the panel of savvy political commentators.
Rain's forecast, so make sure you take an umbrella if you're planning on watching the parade.
Mon 29 May, Manchester Cathedral, Victoria Street, Manchester, M3 1SX.
This week, you can step deeper into the exhibition with this lecture from Liverpool Hope historian Sonja Tiernan.
Tiernan has written numerous books and papers on the two revolutionary sisters, and there can be no better speaker to bring their stories to life.
The countdown from ellipsis to joined up musical dots is heating up.
Fri 26 May, various Northern Quarter venues, 2pm - 4am, £12, Verbose at Fallow Café Live literature night Verbose returns to Fallowfield’s Fallow Café this Monday, with special guest appearances from writers Martine Mc Donagh, Stephen May and Sarah Tierney.
Tue 30 May, Manchester International Festival, Blackfriars House, Parsonage, Manchester, M3 2JA.
6pm - 9pm, Last Chance To See Vintage Toys at Central Library This Wednesday is your final chance to see this exhibition at Central Library.
Galt Toys, currently based in Cheadle, have been manufacturing toys and games since the 1830s, and this exhibition gives you a chance to look at some of the classic lines they’ve produced over the past 180 years. Until Wed 31 May, Central Library, St Peters Square, Manchester M2 5PD.