Monthly Archives: April 2016
With its reputation as a riotous first fixture in the festival calendar and an unmissable event for the connoisseur of indie, the annual music marathon that is the Gigantic Indie All Dayer proudly returns to kick-start the season once again with an almighty bang.Read the full story..
Manchester House is swish. It may not be the sort of word they’d use in their official publicity, but that’s the intention and that’s certainly the effect: a get-me-I’m-something-special fine dining experience in sumptuous surroundings, accessible from the street only by a private lift.Read the full story..
As I sit and wait for the call to connect with Amanda Mason, the historian behind Fashion on the Ration: 1940s Street Style, a new exhibition at The Imperial War Museum North, I wonder what it is about clothing from bygone eras that has piqued our interest.Read the full story..
Manchester’s Spinningfields is a great place to just be, especially in summer.Read the full story..
The phrase ‘Shakespeare’s Birthday’ is enough to strike fear into the heart of anyone from Stratford-upon-Avon.Read the full story..
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Right Good Mid-Week Read: A Handful of Dust by Evelyn Waugh pic.twitter.com/5Ck7HgQoVP
Today is the anniversary of the death of L.S. Lowry. He died 45 years ago on 23rd February 1976 aged 88. This is one of our favourite paintings by the artist - Street Scene, Pendlebury (1935) pic.twitter.com/HevPTgbwHo
Here at Northern Soul Towers, we're keeping ourselves busy during lockdown. pic.twitter.com/tvUyf9lGOL
@slowreadersclub Hi guys - I was wondering if you might be available to chat to my Music Journalism students at Salford University? All done remotely of course. - Helen