Rainbow Noir 2nd Birthday: Celebratory Networking Event

Saturday, 28 February 2015 - 12:30pm to 7:00pm

Rainbow Noir, a social and community group for people of colour who identify as LGBTQI, are celebrating their two year birthday this February 2015! The event will include: a history of Rainbow Noir and some of the work we have done over the last two years, networking opportunities, performances from local spoken word artists and poets, a screening of Marlon Rigg's famous "Black Is, Black Ain't". The celebration will continue late into the night at the relaunch of Manchester's legendary night Black Angel at the Bangkok Bar! More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1547162008859771/

Venue Information: 

Manchester Metropolitan University
Birley Building
53 Bonsall Street
Manchester M15 6GX

Directions:
http://www.ioe.mmu.ac.uk/birley/travel-and-parking/
- Walking: 20-25 minute walk from Piccadilly Gardens. There is a walking group from Oxford Rd train station leaving at 12pm (1.1 mile walk).
- Bus: From Piccadilly Gardens or Oxford Rd. Day rider £4 (Bus Number: 86, 250, 291, 256, x58, 263, 253, 255).
- Car: Limited FREE visitor parking is available for members of the public at the site. This includes 17 dedicated spaces for blue badge holders. The visitor car park can only be accessed via the slip road off the Northbound carriageway of Princess Parkway.
- Taxi: Ask for Manchester Metropolitan University Birley Building, Hulme (should be £5/6 max). Manchester Cars: 0161 228 3355. Manchester Street Cars: 0161 228 7878.

Bangkok Bar
40-44 Princess Street
Manchester M1 6DD

Directions:
http://bangkokbar.co.uk/
- Walking: 5-10 minute walk from Piccadilly Gardens
- Bus: 3 stops from Piccadilly Gardens. Bus Number: 42, 43, 85, 86, 101, 105, 107, 109, 141, 142, 250.
- Taxi: Ask for Bangkok Bar, Princess Street (should be £3 max).

Organiser Contacts: 

rainbownoirmcr@gmail.com

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