Monthly Archives: July 2017
“In harrowing times for so many, it’s more important than ever to remember Engels’ legacy – and the spirit of solidarity and dignity which beats at its core,” observed Turner Prize-nominated artist Phil Collins.Read the full story..
Legendary Manchester club night, Micron, returns to their hometown for the first time since their tenth birthday celebrations back in November last year. And, if that wasn’t enough, they’re heading back to where it all began – Joshua Brooks (renamed Versions) – the venue where they held their monthly parties for the first six years.Read the full story..
Boris Charmatz is not a conventional choreographer. In fact, he ‘choreographed’ very little of his latest work, 10000 Gestures.Read the full story..
Young Adult fiction has experienced a surge in sales and popularity in recent years.Read the full story..
Upper Campfield Market in Manchester’s Castlefield is a great space.Read the full story..
Williamson Park in Lancaster is one of the most beautiful parks in the country.Read the full story..
Think about the type of person you’d least like to encounter at a social function and I guarantee they’ll turn up in this play.Read the full story..
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The exhibition features a combination of portrait shots of legendary players and managers including George Best, Joe Mercer, Matt Busby, Brian Clough, Denis Law and Bill Shankly alongside stills of football grounds, fans and ball games on Manchester streets. pic.twitter.com/3I6EaLcMNg