Monthly Archives: June 2018
“I hate Peer Gynt. Why should we do it?”Read the full story..
In a new series, Northern Soul’s Cathy Crabb talks to working class creative people, some already established, some emerging, and some setting their stall out to create more work for others. This week it’s Roni Ellis, Scott Berry and Libby Hall from Salford Arts Theatre.Read the full story..
Regular visitors to Manchester’s Royal Exchange will be familiar with seeing productions in the round, but Happy Days offers a new twist: a show in a mound in the round.Read the full story..
The theatre director and writer Bob Carlton said there are six good things in every show, no matter how ghastly it is.Read the full story..
It’s not often you’re greeted in a restaurant with “You don’t look like a Helen”.Read the full story..
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What's this? A ginnel painting? Well, this is right up Northern Soul's, erm, ginnel... The Ginnel by Lucy Manfredi (who lives and paints in Stoke) #GinnelWatch #ShowUsYourGinnels pic.twitter.com/ccQyYqDFhp
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