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We dived into the world of talent behind Manchester-based Reform Radio before partying the night away with club favourites SHEwillprovide
Kickstarting today’s line-up was So Many Beauties – an intercultural collective working in health and social care settings across the North-West. We listened and learned as Reform Radio presented Music & Mind. Then a musical interlude from beatboxer, harmonica and guitar-player Zacc Rogers before Reform Radio returned with a talk from Mutalism.
Early evening brought a series of musical acts starting with alternative pop singer Nxdia. Factory Sounds folk singer Jasmin Issaka took to the stage next with a jazz-inspired set that captured our hearts. Then BBC Introducing Manchester presented Trunc .
Closing their showstopper programme, Reform Radio presented Soundcamp Showcase – a celebration of talent from their flagship artist development programme. Manchester collective SHEwillprovide champion Black women and non-binary artists from across the UK and brought an inclusive late-night party to the Square with a set to whet your appetite for the coming weekend.
12–12.45pm So Many Beauties
1–2.30pm Reform Radio presents Music & Mind (talk)
2.30–3pm Zacc Rogers
3–4.30pm Reform Radio presents Mutalism (talk, BSL performance)
6.15–6.45pm Jasmine Issaka
7.30–8pm BBC Introducing Manchester presents Trunc
9–10pm Reform Radio presents Soundcamp Showcase