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Generation DIY: Manchester

Generation DIY, the video series spotlighting young promoters in five British cities, has come to a close, following the latest film's premiere in Manchester last night

By IQ on 04 Jul 2018

Eventbrite has released the fifth and final film in its Generation DIY series, which aims to showcase the diversity and breadth talent in the UK’s live entertainment industry.

Generation DIY: Manchester premiered at the Deaf Institute last night, followed by a panel discussion featuring Ruth Allan (Manchester Wire), Phoebe Rowe (BLOOM), Lucien Sargent (Boygirl), Jack Houghton (Love for the Streets), Ruby-Ann Patterson (Mancnubian) and Manchester’s new night-time economy advisor, Sacha Lord.

It follows previous Generation DIY films focusing on young promoters in LondonBristolGlasgow and Birmingham.


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