Monthly Archives: October 2015
On August 11, 2007, Sophie Lancaster was beaten unconscious in Stubbylee Park, Bacup, and later died from her injuries in hospital.Read the full story..
We all became so blasé about the concept of a ‘journey’ didn’t we? Sit down, lift off, couple of gins, a nice snooze and then whooosh, applaud the pilot and back on the ground.Read the full story..
There’s absolutely no doubt in my mind that HOME is an enormously valuable contribution to the cultural life of Manchester and beyond.Read the full story..
Manchester is a thrilling place to be a theatre lover thanks to a buzzing, passionate and talented scene, ranging from a vibrant Fringe to flagship venues like the Royal Exchange and HOME.Read the full story..
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This year, participants can attend in person at the socially distanced live event at @WatersideArts or via a digital livestream on Waterside's Diverge digital hub. For more information, visit: creativeindustriestrafford.ne… pic.twitter.com/BpHGnLvW1R
This Saturday (September 25) marks the eight Northern Lights Writers’ Conference, welcoming number-one bestselling author and founder director of the Women’s Prize for Fiction @katemosse OBE as guest speaker. pic.twitter.com/mgEMFoQ0c6
Festival season is (safely) back in full swing. Our photographer, Lewis Palmer, headed to This is Tomorrow festival at Newcastle’s Exhibition Park and captured some brilliant snaps. @ThisIsNCL @lpalmerphoto northernsoul.me.uk/music-this… pic.twitter.com/jgYHwbjRKB