Events Listings

North West Drupal User Group

Friday, January 3rd, 2014
NWDUG

NWDUG

Location: In a pub! (we’ll confirm when we know)

Title: North West Drupal User Group
Description: The North West Drupal User Group meets once a month at MadLab and features expert help and demonstrations.

Date: 2014-10-01
From 19:00 to 21:00

Bokeh_Yeah!

Friday, January 3rd, 2014
Bokeh Yeah!

Bokeh Yeah!

Title: Bokeh_Yeah!

Location: New Art Spaces (Federation House) Directions below

Description: A Skill share user group for DSLR owners.

Date: 02-10-2014
From 19:00 to 21:00

 

 

 

THIS THURSDAY at BOKEH YEAH HUB SPACE!

We are delighted to be hosting a talk by Investigative Journalist PETER HOUNAM.

Peter has worked for Sunday Times, Daily Mirror, the London Evening Standard & BBC Television.

Most famous for his role in the case of Mordechai Vanunu, the Israeli nuclear technician who revealed Israel’s secret nuclear bomb programme, Hounam will be discussing his experiences of the industry and the future of investigative journalism.

From 7pm-9pm, Federation House, entrance on Dantzic Street, M60 0AF

For more information please call: 07766 384 298

BOKEH YEAH HUB SPACE is supported by Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces.

More on New Art Spaces:

Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces (NAS) is an initiative to create dynamic project spaces for artists, artist collectives and artists development agencies. Making use of temporary vacant retail, office and light industrial units, NAS provides opportunities for emerging creatives to incubate their practices, produce work and showcase new art to local communities. Currently CG runs New Art Spaces in Leigh, Widnes, Salford, and Manchester city centre.

Directions to New Art Spaces (Federation House):

With the MadLab building on your left, walk down to the end of Edge Street and turn left onto High Street. Take the next right on to Thomas Street and walk all the way to the end of the road towards Shudehill. At the end of the street, cross over and turn left towards Shudehill tram stop. Turn right on to the tram stop platform and walk down towards The Printworks. Turn right at the end of the stop onto Danztic Street. New Art Spaces (Federation House) is on your left and the MadLab entrance is through the big black gates. There will be someone from MadLab there to greet you!

Map with directions from MadLab to New Federation House

To find out more about why we’re temporarily relocating, and for a step-by-step Street View walk-through, click here. If you’ve got any questions about the new venue, please email office@madlab.org.uk.

North West Technical Communicators Group

Friday, January 3rd, 2014
North West Technical Communicators Group

North West Technical Communicators Group

Title: North West Technical Communicators Group

Location: Terrace (next door to MadLab)
Description: Technical writers/communicators, information designers based in and around the North West.

Date: 02-10-2014
From 19:00 to 21:00

 

 

 

Directions to the meeting room at Terrace:

Terrace is the bar next to MadLab. It’s really easy to find. Stand facing the MadLab entrance and shuffle to your right until you get to their black double doors. Go through these, and immediately right again, through a door and up the stairs. Voila!

To find out more about why we’re temporarily relocating, click here. If you’ve got any questions about the new venue, please email office@madlab.org.uk.

Manchester Space Programme

Friday, January 3rd, 2014
Manchester Space Programme

Manchester Space Programme

Title: Manchester Space Programme
Location: HACMan, 42 Edge Street
Description: BUILD MEETING!

The Manchester Space Programme is a community initiative for anyone interested in space and space-related activities. It has been funded as part of the UK Space Agency’s ‘Space for all’ initiative and is the inaugural member of the ‘Makers in Space’ UK community network.

Date: 02-10-2014
From 19:00 to 21:00

 

Directions to HAC:Man

HAC:Man is to the no the opposite side of MadLab to Terrace. It’s really easy to find. Stand facing the MadLab entrance and shuffle to your left until you get to a black door with the HAC:Man logo next to it. Locate the bell and ring it, listen closely to the speaker – it’s very quiet, when you hear someone answer say “Manchester Space Programme”. Open the door when buzzed and keep going up until you run out of stairs. The door to HAC:Man should be open. Voila!

Manchester Vintage and Retro Computing Enthusiasts

Friday, January 3rd, 2014
Manchester Vintage and Retro Computing Enthusiasts

Manchester Vintage and Retro Computing Enthusiasts

Location: Terrace (see below for directions)
Title: Manchester Vintage and Retro Computing Enthusiasts
Description: We are a group of hackers, geeks and possibly normal people who get their kicks from computing with an old-fashioned twist.

We welcome anyone who enjoys tinkering with Vintage computers and their peripherals, running retro software, classic computer emulators and building reproductions or replicas of classic systems.

We cover all-sorts: from computing’s origins to the 1990s and from the simplest Micro to largest Mainframe. Our meetings provide a forum where fellow enthusiasts can exchange information and ideas on hardware and software in an informal setting.

Click here to check out our meet-up page!

Date: 03-10-2014

From 19:00 to 21:00

Directions to the meeting room at Terrace:

Terrace is the bar next to MadLab. It’s really easy to find. Stand facing the MadLab entrance and shuffle to your right until you get to their black double doors. Go through these, and immediately right again, through a door and up the stairs. Voila!

To find out more about why we’re temporarily relocating, click here. If you’ve got any questions about the new venue, please email office@madlab.org.uk.