You might be surprised, or disappointed, to learn that Bad Shoes Festival is not about your embarrassing footwear.
Instead, it is collaboration between Bad Language Manchester and Shoe String Magazine, two budding young writery projects from Manchester. Their aim is to create an exciting, interactive arts festival that will bring all ages and lovers or all art forms together for one Sunday afternoon.
The event will take place on Sunday 25th September from 12.30pm, in two venues across Chorlton, Manchester; Electrik and Dulicmer. The Dulcimer will be home to music and art exhibitions and just down the road, Electrik will host a spoken word stage, craft stalls and book stalls for you to spend your guilty Sunday pennies.
There will be secret interactive art projects, and writing competitions to get involved with throughout the day, and yes, there will indeed be bad shoes to be won.
If you wish to get involved or want to ask more questions, visit www.badshoesfestival.wordpress.com or e-mail email@example.com.
Applications from artists, musicians, zines and crafts people welcome.
The festival is free but does encourage donations.