Titled 'At the end of every storm there's a rainbow' this celebration event sees young care leavers from across Greater Manchester come together to explore the theme of loneliness through film making, drama and cooperation. 

The project, which has been run in partnership with Greater Manchester Youth Network, has engaged groups of care leavers in Manchester and Rochdale to examine their experiences of loneliness through “community reporting”, whilst also learning about co-operatives and developing new skills.

This celebration event is a culmination of their hard work, as many of those involved in the project take to the stage. They'll use drama to bring their own experiences of loneliness to life, with the performance curated by Poisoned Apple Theatre Company.


Take a look at what's in store below

Youth Co-operative Action Celebration Event: Rochdale Pioneers Museum
5:30pm Event starts
5:45pm Introduction and project overview
6:00pm Community reporting films
6:15pm Performance and film showing of  'At the end of every storm there's a rainbow' 
6:30pm Awards Presentation
6:45pm Refreshments and networking
7:30pm Event close

There will also be the opportunity to buy bespoke laser cut jewellery designed by the group, with all proceeds going back into the project.

All you need to do to secure your space is register for a free ticket below

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