Monthly Archives: March 2017
It’s getting harder and harder to remember now, but many of us grew up at a time when burgers weren’t all that common in the UK.Read the full story..
In a new regular feature, Northern Soul’s gamers consider the thorny issues besetting the video game industry.Read the full story..
On the face of it, a young family living in Lancaster doesn’t exactly scream rock ‘n’ roll.Read the full story..
When celebrities attain a certain level of fame, they are known for demanding outrageous ‘riders’.Read the full story..
Google maps does not recognise Mayfield. According to the internet, the abandoned railway depot near Piccadilly station doesn’t exist.Read the full story..
Photo Gallery – Sir Ian McKellen opens Never Going Underground: The Fight for LGBT+ Rights, People’s History Museum
Northern Soul‘s Head Photographer, Chris Payne, was one of two photographers at the opening of Never Going Underground. He captured images of Sir Ian McKellen as he launched the exhibition at the People’s History Museum in Manchester.Read the full story..
Part of the strange charm of the original Bat Out Of Hell recording has always been that it was unashamedly grandiose and knowingly absurd, and that, lyrically and presentation-wise, it was also pretty funny.Read the full story..
Housemate and I wish there was a Tinder for mates. Preferably an app where you can sit in your PJs with no make-up and swipe right.Read the full story..
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Coming soon on Northern Soul: Graze, a new delicatessen for Ramsbottom. It's proper good (and, um, happens to be owned and run by NS's chef brother-in-law, Tony May). pic.twitter.com/7QYd03dEdg
Artist David Dunnico has created War Work, a new exhibition at AIR Gallery, to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. Click the link below to view the full gallery: northernsoul.me.uk/image-gall… pic.twitter.com/s8ATabsNx8
The exhibition explores the memorials and rituals that surround the war and how they have influenced our perception of later conflicts.