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  1. Prostitution, Promiscuity and The Pox

    William Hogarth’s ‘A Harlot’s Progress’, an illustrated talk by Dr Noelle Duckmann-Gallagher, University of Manchester. William Hogarth’s paintings and prints are for many the very image of the eighteenth century...

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  2. Prostitution, Promiscuity and The Pox

    William Hogarth’s ‘A Harlot’s Progress’, an illustrated talk by Dr Noelle Duckmann-Gallagher, University of Manchester. William Hogarth’s paintings and prints are for many the very image of the eighteenth century...

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  3. Baronial Baroque

    A unique and historically informed performance will be delivered by Chetham’s School of Music’s baroque ensembles, taking you on a journey through time, within the stunning surroundings of the 600-year-old...

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  4. Baronial Baroque

    A unique and historically informed performance will be delivered by Chetham’s School of Music’s baroque ensembles, taking you on a journey through time, within the stunning surroundings of the 600-year-old...

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  5. Baronial Baroque

    A programme of bold Baroque classics, including Bach’s majestic Brandenburg Concerto No.4 and the uplifting Bell Anthem ‘Rejoice in the Lord Alway’ by England’s greatest Baroque master of music, Henry...

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  6. Baronial Baroque

    A programme of bold Baroque classics, including Bach’s majestic Brandenburg Concerto No.4 and the uplifting Bell Anthem ‘Rejoice in the Lord Alway’ by England’s greatest Baroque master of music, Henry...

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  7. David Hubbard Lunchtime Concert

    Take time out and enjoy free lunchtime recitals by students from Chetham’s School of Music alongside David Hubbard. David is tutor of bassoon at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and...

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  8. David Hubbard Lunchtime Concert

    Take time out and enjoy free lunchtime recitals by students from Chetham’s School of Music alongside David Hubbard. David is tutor of bassoon at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and...

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  9. Humphrey Chetham Club Lunches – CANCELLED

    These events are for members of the Humphrey Chetham Club. Named after Humphrey Chetham, the visionary Mancunian businessman who founded Chetham’s School and Chetham’s Library in 1653, the Humphrey Chetham...

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  10. Humphrey Chetham Club Lunches – CANCELLED

    These events are for members of the Humphrey Chetham Club. Named after Humphrey Chetham, the visionary Mancunian businessman who founded Chetham’s School and Chetham’s Library in 1653, the Humphrey Chetham...

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