Monthly Archives: March 2018
I don’t suppose it’s ever occurred to you but putting on a play is a bit like selling fish.Read the full story..
Whether you’re a football fanatic, planning a visit with your family or on a weekend break to Manchester, the world’s biggest and best football museum is worth a gander.Read the full story..
In the tenth instalment of Painting the North, Ant Cosgrove, the man behind The Northern Art Page on Facebook, shares striking works of art, sketches and drawings from around The North of England. As the weeks progress, Ant will bring you his images from the popular social media page.Read the full story..
Some cats work for a living.Read the full story..
The name of Peterloo is bandied about so much these days that it would be tempting to forget there was never any such place.Read the full story..
First performed in 1890, Birmingham Royal Ballet has stepped back in time to sample a classic steeped in history.Read the full story..
The sight of the Stars and Stripes gently fluttering in the blue sky has always enchanted me.Read the full story..
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“An enduring and unique legacy.” Artistic Director Jason Wood writes about Derek Jarman ahead of a retrospective at Manchester’s HOME. northernsoul.me.uk/jason-wood… @jwoodfilm @HOME_mcr pic.twitter.com/mwvHswOXlo
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Right Good Mid-Week Read: The Letters of John Keats (side note: this book smells fantastic) pic.twitter.com/Rkgrbm06mA