Monthly Archives: July 2013
‘Experience Manhattan in the heart of Spinningfields‘. So says Neighbourhood, a restaurant and bar opened in Manchester by the same people who brought BBQ specialists Southern Eleven to the city. Could they pull it off?Read the full story..
It’s not so long ago that a culinary night out in Manchester was a toss up between a random pizza joint and a Chinese banquet. But things have moved on, so much so that the city holds its breath over the first restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star.Read the full story..
Evita is a bizarre ‘ole musical, isn’t it? Let’s do a musical about a dictatorship in South America and in particular, the life of Eva Peron, says Tim Rice, who was obsessed with the life of the former First Lady. Go on then, says his then long-time writing partner, Andrew Lloyd Webber.Read the full story..
With the 24:7 Theatre Festival winding down this weekend and Manchester International Festival a fond memory, what’s a bereft festival fan to do? Why, check out the daddy of Manchester festivals, that’s what.Read the full story..
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This painting by Tom Dodson is called Nitty Nora...good lord, that's a blast from the past. That was the worst day of the school year. pic.twitter.com/XiVCwype56
My, we miss the chippy... (The Fish and Chip Shop by Salford lad Tom Dodson) pic.twitter.com/zPnrNyeroJ
We HAVE to do this here....Australians have started dressing up to take their bins out... bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-…