Nicola Ellis & Aura Satz: Special late night opening for Manchester Weekender and Fashion’s Night Out

10 October 2013 / 1pm-9pm

To mark the launch of the Manchester Weekender, and as part of Vogue’s Fashion Night Out, we are having a special late night opening of our current exhibition featuring Nicola Ellis and Aura Satz.

So get your most fabulous gallery going outfits ready and join us on Thursday 10 October when we’ll be open till 9pm.

Plus make a night of it and check out some of these other events that are happening across the city:

Manchester Style: The Art, Fashion & Craft Tour; Join guide Kate Dibble on a special Fashion’s Night Out tour that gets close up and personal to the fabric of Manchester. Part of Fashion’s Night Out. Meet at Manchester Craft and Design Centre, 17 Oak St, M4 5JD, 4.30pm-6.30pm, Thursday 10 October, £7.

Thursday Lates – The Fashion Special; For Vogue’s Fashion Night Out, Manchester Art Gallery hosts a very special evening of fashion, art, food and drink. Part of Fashion’s Night Out. Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, M2 3JL, 6pm-9pm, Thursday 10 October, free.

Re-Form; Design show artist and local graduate, Sophie Ho presents an after-hours opening to discuss about her own fashion collection. Part of Fashion’s Night Out. Chinese Arts Centre, Market Buildings, 13 Thomas St, M4 1EU, 6pm-9pm Thursday 11 October, free.

That Dame Upstairs; A life drawing and photography drop-in evening event for Fashion’s Night Out – presented by underground performance collective, The Sisters Gorgeous. Cornerhouse, Gallery 3, 70 Oxford Street, M1 5NH, 6pm-9pm, Thursday 10 October, free (queues anticipated).

Wired: Brains at Night ft. special guests, Denis Jones & Wasp Video; Manchester’s only night out where you come home smarter than when you set out. MOSI, Liverpool Road, Castlefield, M3 4FP, 7pm-10pm (doors at 6.45pm), Thursday 10 October, £5/£7 on the door.

Bob Stanley & Jeremy Deller; Yeah Yeah Yeah; Jeremy Deller & guests discuss Bob Stanley’s new book “Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop”. Gorilla, 54-56 Whitworth Street West, M1 5WW, 7pm-9pm Thursday 10 October, £7 advance (limited £10 on the door).

The Manchester Weekender is a celebration of art and culture and returns to the city for its fourth year from 10-13 October. As ever, it offers a weekend-long snapshot of the best the city has to offer, from Jeremy Deller at Manchester Art Gallery and Steve McQueen at IWM North to an Un-convention along the Corridor. Vogue comes to town, Cornerhouse does Double Indemnity, and Manchester District Music Archive is at The Lowry. In between are secret gigs, pop-up ‘zines, subcultural football, and A Highland Romance. It’s a weekend of what we do best in Manchester: the informed, the strange, the cultured and the unforgettable.

The Manchester Weekender / 10-13 October 2013 / #weekender