Monthly Archives: July 2014
It’s a long way from the mean streets of Walford to Shrek’s swamp, but former Eastender and rookie director Nigel Harman has pulled together a colourful version of this smash hit musical which is actually better than the West End.Read the full story..
We were, enthused Rosanne later on Twitter, “a wildly wonderful audience”, adding that “it was a thrill to be Live at Leeds! I wonder if anyone else has said that?”Read the full story..
Now that the excitement of Le Tour is over, Northern Soul’s Cycling Correspondent talks about his love of summer evenings and shares one of his favourite routes.Read the full story..
Is it bad form to open a review with a quote from someone else’s review?Read the full story..
Northern Soul’s Rich Jevons talks to The Hepworth Wakefield curator Dr Sam Lackey about a major exhibition of works by Franz West, initiated and co-developed with the artist before his death in July 2012.Read the full story..
Children’s TV: you watch it for about ten years, then you spend the rest of your life sitting in the pub reminiscing (in fact, if your passport lists your occupation as ‘bad stand-up comic’, you might even make a living making cracks about it).Read the full story..
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From the archives: As the world faces continued uncertainty, we'll be sharing our pick of brilliant Northern businesses who are keeping on keeping on. Food Review: Tre Ciccio, Altrincham @Tre_Ciccio northernsoul.me.uk/food-revie… pic.twitter.com/IZ97zeiXs5