Monthly Archives: April 2018
We have some pretty resilient slugs down our way happily munching lots of things, not least foxgloves, a plant they are supposed to loathe.Read the full story..
Gleaned from a collection of short stories by Bill Naughton (of Alfie fame) and adapted into a play by Lawrence Till, The Big Corner is a heartfelt homage to life in Bolton when cotton was king.Read the full story..
The lights dim against the Mexican-themed backdrop on the stage. The accordion is briefly tinkled with and I see the eyes of many dart about like ships lost at sea.Read the full story..
Imagine that you’re so moved by a performance that you get up out of your seat, raise your arms in the air and dance around exuberantly.Read the full story..
Win tickets to see Happy Mondays at Doncaster Racecourse.Read the full story..
Win a pair of tickets to StrEat Food & Family Fun Festival in Harrogate.
Families and foodie fans visiting Harrogate this spring can expect to be taken on a gastronomic journey around the world as the StrEat Food & Family Fun Festival returns to the a new location and for the third year running, over the Spring Bank Holiday (May 26-28).Read the full story..
- “Wrestling is a place where women can come and reclaim their bodies.” EVE Riot Grrrls of Wrestling talk to Northern Soul
- Missing Peaky Blinders? Don’t worry, you can relive it at locations across the north
- Once upon a time: how anti-migrant politics threaten the British writing industry
- “An opener to new worlds.” PechaKucha talks to Northern Soul
The Northern Soul Awards 2018
The Northern Soul Awards 2018 took place at the stunning Manchester Cathedral on November 15. Here’s our list of winners, along with the Highly Commended and Special Mentions for each category. Congratulations!
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Why do we still go to the movies? Check out what the Editor of Northern Soul has to say about the enduring appeal of the cinema. cabbell.co.uk/articles/the-c…
"a pastiche of a Georgian farce full of verbal gusto, wit and powdered wigs" Review: The Intelligence Park, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester northernsoul.me.uk/review-the… pic.twitter.com/C2JgcboDze