We want as many people as possible to be able to access Manifesto, our opening day event, taking place on Wednesday 4 October at the CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow.
Fully accessible venue:
The CCA is a fully accessible venue and there will be a quiet space available throughout the day. You can read the CCA’s Accessibility Guide here.
Manifesto events with BSL interpretation:
Skye Longeragan: May Contain Nuts (*), 2-3pm, is a BSL interpreted performance. This absurd new comedy from award-winning theatre-maker Skye Loneragan questions the need to verify fictional depictions of mental ill health as true. A joyful work-in-progress performance.
Traumascapes: On Survivors’ Terms, 5-6pm, will include captioned screenings and a BSL interpreted discussion. A fascinating event, focusing on filmmaking as a channel through which to reclaim the narrative of trauma and mental health on survivors’ own terms. Includes a special preview of an excerpt from Andrea Luka Zimmerman’s new feature Wayfaring Stranger.
Manifesto events to be live streamed:
If you can’t make it to Glasgow on Wednesday 4 October, you can still engage with Manifesto online via our two live streamed events. Both events will be available on SHMAF’s YouTube channel.
The Boulders We Carry: Imogen Stirling & Sonia Killmann, 4-5pm. Writer and performer Imogen Stirling and electronic musician Sonia Killmann present a vivid and immersive storytelling experience based on the myth of Sisyphus.
Hen Hoose: Power Up, 7.30-9.30pm. This live gig, curated by all female and non-binary collective Hen Hoose, features sets from some of Scotland’s hottest musical talent: Sarah Hayes (Admiral Fallow), Ray Aggs (Sacred Paws, Trash Kit) and SHEARS.
How to book tickets
You can either book a Manifesto Day Pass, which costs £5 / £10 / £15 on a ‘pay what you can’ basis and allows you to attend up to 5 events. Or you can purchase single tickets for specific events for £3.