Monthly Archives: November 2018
After spending three months up North while our street food business Slap & Pickle was trading at Leeds’ Trinity Kitchen, we were understandably devastated to be heading back down the A1.Read the full story..
To celebrate the release of their fifth album Testament, All Saints have announced a major UK tour this winter performing all their hits and brand new tracks. Northern Soul is offering one lucky winner a pair of tickets.Read the full story..
If you go to art galleries for the silence, you may have to think again before visiting Tate Liverpool’s excellent new show devoted to Fernand Léger.Read the full story..
My first encounter with A Christmas Carol featured a load of Muppets, witnessed by my primary school self on the screen of the communal telly-on-wheels rolled out for the end-of-term film.Read the full story..
It’s panto time again and the part of the year when theatres anticipate taking a third of their annual income in just six weeks.Read the full story..
A photojournalism project documenting the refugee and migrant crisis will be on exhibition at The Pilcrow in Sadler’s Yard in Manchester.Read the full story..
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