For Community, not profit
“MancMade® (Mcr) CIC champions the positive and transformational effects of active creative participation in the arts for individuals and communities and works to develop and promote the role of the arts in society by bringing artists and people together to develop original, high quality projects that promote artistic excellence and affect positive change for individuals and communities”
A community interest company is a business with primary social objectives whose surpluses are principally reinvested for that purpose in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders and owners.
The MancMade® Festival
The MancMade® Festival was established to showcase a diverse range of Manchester based creative talent.
To date, we have brought 16 world premiere plays to the stage of the iconic 53Two Theatre. Giving a much needed platform to Manchester based writers, actors and directors. All overseen by award winning creative director Simon Naylor.
We’ve also given that same platform to a large number of Manchester based poets, spoken word artists, artists and musicians.
The next MancMade® Festival is currently being planned for later on in 2019…..and it’s going to be huge.
MancMade® creates platforms to showcase Manchester’s creative talent in the arts, entertainment & business.
If we don’t create those platforms, then that talent will have to go elsewhere….or worse, we’ll never get to see it in the first place.
MancMade® Productions is committed to creating high quality, original theatre, film & podcast projects.
The MancMade® Podcast
Radio X DJ Jack Wood presents the podcast defining Manchester’s DNA(ttitude). Stories with heart, soul & a sense of humour that is typically, uniquely #MancMade.
“Each podcast is different as Woods will chat to guests from different walks of life, people who have made or are making an impact on this city that nearly 3 million of us [Greater Manchester] call home. There is bonhomie, light-hearted banter, and each one a serious advert for the greater good and promotion of this surprising and ever-changing city of Manchester. Most definitely worth listening to, whether you are a Mancunian or not!”……Review by Reviewer Numbernine