So, there’s good news and bad news.
Podcast: Play in new window
Over the past five years, the landscape of theatre has been digitalised by live cinema broadcasting thanks to the National and the New York Met.
Below is a poem I wrote in 2010. It is the title poem of my first collection, a pamphlet called Nan Hardwicke Turns into a Hare.
Elbow played Manchester’s Phones 4u Arena on Wednesday night to a crowd of almost 20,000 and pulled off a spectacular trick. They made it feel like an intimate gig.
In a landscape full of relentless revivals and polished plays it is refreshing to see something unexpected, something bizarre and something completely spontaneous.
Digital Theatre - the way forward? Northern Soul investigates on-screen and online theatre northernsoul.me.uk/digital-th… via @Northern_Soul_
Thought for the Day: “Never try to outstubborn a cat.” ― Robert A. Heinlein, Time Enough for Love
What Motherhood Means: Northern Soul's Poetry Correspondent reads a moving anthology northernsoul.me.uk/what-mothe… via @Northern_Soul_
Thought for the Day: “Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.” ― Anthony Burgess
@MancLibraries What Motherhood Means: Northern Soul's Poetry Correspondent reads an inspiring new anthology northernsoul.me.uk/what-mothe…