This all day festival event is FREE to participants and co-created with the Science and Industry Museum and other ‘Not Another Co-Production Project’ Partner organisations across Greater Manchester. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
The festival will be a lot of fun, with lots of space to explore the good, bad and ugly of co-production, have conversations, think, dream, ask questions and share our experiences together. It will bring grassroots changemakers together with local, regional and national organisations and movements to forge new partnerships, share practice and learn from social change activities.
There will be, theatre, music, arts, craftivism, pirates, camerados, contemplation, reflection, fun, bunting, fairy lights, deep debate, challenge, laughter, conversation and more. There won’t be banners, leaflets or lanyards! It will be accessible and inclusive. And best of all, it is free to attend including refreshments!
Here’s you’ll find everything you might need for the Festival including the Festival Programme, the Festival Guide, how to get to the Festival and accessibility information.
Getting to the Festival
The Festival is being held at the Science and Industry Museum, Liverpool Road, Manchester M3 4FP. For full details visit the Museum’s travel webpage here.
Other ‘Not Another Co-production’ Project Partners 2021/2022 are:
Tameside and Glossop Foundation TrustWigan CouncilTalk FirstIdaraya life CIC
Greater Manchester Combined Authorities
Salford Loaves and Fishes