Dave Haslam and Cressa In Conversation

Saturday 4 June,  7.30pm 

Join us for an exclusive event to mark the publication of Dave Haslam’s new short format book ‘Not All Roses; The Life & Times of Stephen Cresser’, a profoundly moving insight into the world of music and the depths of addiction.

 

In the 1980s, Cressa was hailed in i-D as 'the face of Manchester', he went on the road with Happy Mondays, and was onstage with the Stone Roses at their big shows and their first TV appearance. In the mid 1990s he co-founded a band called Bad Man Wagon, became close friends with both Damien Hirst and Joe Strummer but then disappeared from view. What happened next? He became addicted to heroin, and homeless…

 

Dave Haslam’s new short format book ‘Not All Roses; The Life & Times of Stephen Cresser’ tells his story, a profoundly moving insight into the world of music and the depths of addiction.

 

To mark the publication of the book, Dave and Cressa will be in conversation with guest interviewer Peter Hooton (The Farm).  The show will be followed by a book signing session.

Tickets £8

 

Please note, our museum galleries are closed during events.