RNCM Takes Part in Charity Culture Crawl

The RNCM will host an exclusive recital next month for walkers raising funds for cancer support charity, Maggie’s.

Walkers participating in Maggie’s Culture Crawl Manchester on Friday 30 September will stop by the College as part of their 10km walk for Maggie’s, which provides free practical, emotional and social support for people with cancer and their family and friends. The fundraiser is a both a night-walk and a cultural adventure, stopping off at some of the city’s cultural and architectural treasures, including the Whitworth Art Gallery and London Road Fire Station.

Sinead Collins, Centre Head of Maggie’s Manchester, said: ‘After 10 years of spectacular Culture Crawls in London it’s wonderful to have a Maggie’s Culture Crawl taking place right here in Manchester, starting from our new Maggie’s Centre which is an architectural treat in itself and the only building in Manchester designed by Normal Foster.

As a charity, Maggie’s Manchester relies on donations to continue to develop our unique, high quality programme of support. We hope people get behind the event to have a great night and help us support as many people affected by cancer across the North West, as well as their family and friends.’

Arriving at the RNCM in the evening, the walkers will be treated to an exclusive recital from the Vandepeer Quartet in an intimate and informal setting, including beanbag chairs. The quartet will perform the Novaceck Quartet No 3 Op 13.

Maggie’s Culture Crawl will take place on Friday 30 September. For more information, please  click here.




5 August 2016