Manchester Podcast Festival line-up unveiled | Guilty Feminist, Richard Herring and more

Manchester Podcast Festival line-up unveiled

Guilty Feminist, Richard Herring and more

 The Manchester Podcast Festival has unveiled its programme for 2019.

A total of 12 evens, including The Guilty Feminist, RHLSTP with Richard Herring and Danielle Ward’s panel show Do The Right Thing will be spread over 27 days, starting on November 1.

The full listings for the second annual festival are:

November 1: Help! I Sexted My Boss. Dancehouse Theatre 8pm

November 2: Dan Snow’s History Hit Exchange Auditorium 5pm

November 2: Richard Herring: RHLSTP.  Exchange Auditorium 7.30pm                           

November 5: The Guilty Feminist. Exchange Auditorium 7.30pm

November 12: Science-(ish). Gorilla 8pm

November 12: Top Flight Time Machine. The Dancehouse 8pm

November 13: Set Piece Menu. Anthony Burgess 8pm

November 14: Phil Taggart’s Slacker. Union Theatre 8pm                         

November 16: A Gay and A NonGay. Anthony Burgess 8pm

November 16: Nobody Panic. Anthony Burgess 5pm

November 23: Do The Right Thing. The Dancehouse. 7.30pm

November 27: Mandatory Redistribution Party Peer Hat  8.30pm

Published: 17 Sep 2019

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