Has this election made you feel like change is possible? Do you want to talk about the sort of Britain we live in? Are you underrepresented, an outlier, ignored by the mainstream? Have you ever wanted to look VICE Staff Writer Joel Golby in the eye and tell him what you really think of him?
Well good news: you can do all of that and more at "The VICE Census: Counting Britain's politics, subcultures and ideals", a day of discussion, documentary and deviance as part of Interdependence at Manchester International Festival, on Saturday the 15th of July.
As well as discussing the huge youth turnout at the election with MPs and campaigners, there'll be live contributions and performances from Blackpool grime artists Little T, Afghan Dan and Soph Aspin; activist Saffiyah Khan; VICE people Joel Golby, Zing Tsjeng and Clive Martin; Alfie Brown and Fern Brady, stars of Viceland's Brexit Stage Left; and some very special guests.
Limited £5 tickets are available from the MIF website.
We look forward to seeing you there.