The Manchester Jewish Museum will host a concert this weekend for Graham Gouldman. The songwriter is known for being part of 10cc and for hit songs I'm Not in Love and Rubber Bullets. The acoustic set will include classic hits and many of his songwriting favourites, it is a chance to see all the classics in one night. As a songwriter in the sixties, Graham Gouldman is a musical legend responsible for writing hit music for The Hollies, Wayne Fontana and Herman's Hermits. The set being played at The Manchester Jewish Museum is called Heart Full of Songs, this is a critically acclaimed concert which you can see right here in Manchester. This is your chance to enjoy a relaxed and intimate concert in a wonderful location.
The concert is taking place at the Manchester Jewish Museum with all proceeds contributing to the running of this brilliant venue. The museum is a big part of Manchester's historical legacy. Telling the stories of the Jewish population from Manchester and their lives in the city. The range of programmes helps visitors, residents and children in the city learn about the unique heritage of the Jewish population. The venue is also important in helping residents in the city, working alongside Manchester City Council and Greater Manchester police the museum also runs as a Hate Crime Reporting Centre. The venue is a special place in the city and by attending the concert, you can support this great, historical site. The museum is a great place to visit, open six days a week there is an exhibition gallery, daily tours and events throughout the year.
The concert is taking place on Sunday 21st January 2018 at 7.30pm with tickets costing £28. The museum is on Cheetham Hill Road not far from the city centre, in a former Synagogue. It is easily accessible via public transport.
Why not come along and listen to some beautiful music this Sunday. Support a great venue and see a classic musician in concert.