Sun, 12 Nov 2017, 10:15
The Principal, Oxford Street, Manchester, M60 7HA
Lucy O’Brien, Daniel Rachel, Dave Randall, and Chardine Taylor-Stone in conversation with chair Roisin Dwyer
When people demand change: in protest, by rioting or through parliament.
When music comes together to challenge racism, gender inequality and social and class divisions.
When song mobilises a generation.
The UK has a rich history of pop music leading the vanguard against discrimination and oppression – Rock Against Racism / Sexism in the late Seventies, Red Wedge in the mid-Eighties, #GrimeforCorbyn in the modern age – the panel trace a revolutionary history and challenge the audience to debate ‘Music changes the world’.
Join panellists Lucy O’Brien, Daniel Rachel, Dave Randall, and Chardine Taylor-Stone with Roisin Dwyer as Chair.