The following locations in Manchester are associated with the author Charles Dickens during his lifetime.
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|Elizabeth Gaskell house, Ardwick|
Dickens visted fellow Victorian writer Elizabeth Gaskell at h er home in Ardwick, just north of Manchester.
|Manchester Athenaeum||Dickens spoke at the Athenaeum to support learning and education.|
|Manchester Free Library||Charles Dickens supported the opening of the library including speaking at the opening ceremony in September 1852.|
|Manchester Free Trade Hall||Charles Dickens gave readings and acted at the Free Trade Hall.|
|Theatre Royal Manchester||Charles appeared in an amateur performance of 'Every Man In His Humour' here in 1847.|