Monthly Archives: October 2014
Pigs sporting colourful neckerchiefs raced out of numbered stalls to reach a prize – an Oreo cookie. The crowd cheered for their favourites. Afterwards we were offered coupons for free bacon at a local supermarket chain. I declined.Read the full story..
If you’ve read Northern Soul‘s interview with Margaret Drabble, you’ll know how much we admire this literary legend. Earlier this month, we were in the audience as she spoke about her latest novel at the Midland Hotel as part of the Manchester Literature Festival.Read the full story..
WIN FREE TICKETS TO THE NORTHERN HOMEBUILDING & RENOVATING AND HOME IMPROVEMENT SHOWRead the full story..
As I wait in reception for the general manager of BBC Philharmonic, I notice a large crowd of people being body-scanned by security.Read the full story..
It’s the early 15th century and King Henry IV is King of England. His son, Prince Harry (Hal) is bothered by his lot and their strained relationship forms one part of the story.Read the full story..
WIN FREE TICKETS TO THE WHISKY SESSIONSRead the full story..
- Image Gallery: The Female Form Through Time, Discovery Museum, Newcastle
- “Our first night is bound to be emotional.” Anthony Prophet, co-owner of The Bowdon Rooms in Altrincham
- Book Review: This Is How We Come Back Stronger – Feminist Writers on Turning Crisis into Change
- Image Gallery: Jade Magenta Williams, A Smart Price way of life, PAPER, Manchester
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From the archives: The Single Life: What made you love pop music? Northern Soul writers share their seminal songs northernsoul.me.uk/the-single…
Today is Charlotte Brontë’s birthday. Happy birthday Charlotte! pic.twitter.com/iuCz0lQWM4
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Instagram filters were not the first tool used to distort and manipulate the female form. A new online exhibition by Newcastle’s @Discovery_Mus charts how women’s bodies have been artificially changed from the Victorian period to the 2000s. @TWArchives northernsoul.me.uk/image-gall… pic.twitter.com/0gTwKHaQBx