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Documentary screening, poetry performance and Q&A
Geoffrey Manton Building
4 Rosamond Street West, Off Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6LL
My Name is Gerry Potter is a new documentary portrait of legendary Liverpool-born poet, performer, playwright and author Gerry Potter.
The documentary takes the audience on a journey through Gerry’s work; plus his favourite landmarks, childhood memories, the Liverpool gay scene and Manchester’s Canal Street. At times controversial – Gerry’s work is brave and nothing is sacred – this probing documentary sees many old friends and collaborators share their memories of Gerry and his work.
Featuring a Q&A panel with Gerry Potter and the director, Alex Negueruela.
Chaired and convened by Dr Andrew Moor (Manchester Metropolitan University).
Gerry will be performing a selection of his poetry (as featured in the film) as part of this event.
Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to disability equality. If you have any access requirements, please contact them via 0161 247 6710 or email us at email@example.com before you arrive to help us to make sure that your visit to the event is as enjoyable as possible.