Monthly Archives: November 2014
During our time at ALRA North drama school in Wigan, one of the main pieces of advice from multiple tutors was the notion that if you’re not getting any work, you should create your own.Read the full story..
Director James Dacre, speaking to me as his version of Tennessee Williams’s Cat On A Hot Tin Roof was just about to set out on its tour of Northampton’s Royal & Derngate, Newcastle’s Live Theatre and, now, the Royal Exchange in Manchester, acknowledged that some 50s American drama “has historically become a slightly sentimentalised picture of a bygone timeRead the full story..
When it comes to the performing arts, you’d have to say that John Lahr is steeped in them.Read the full story..
Nearly 40,000 cyclist deaths and injuries in the North of England over the past decadeRead the full story..
The First World War is a conflict which has remained rooted in our collective consciousness.Read the full story..
- Exhibition Review: 100 Years of Council Housing, Manchester Central Library
- “Our biggest enemy is apathy.” Northern Soul talks to environmentalist Angus Forbes
- Growing Up North: a new series from our Gardening Correspondent
- “We still have a long way to go.” Actress, presenter and mental health advocate Denise Welsh talks to Northern Soul
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Best headline this week: Nationwide cat litter shortage at supermarkets sends pet owners into fury