Monthly Archives: May 2019
There are productions for which the business of rating by stars can feel reductive. This is one of them.Read the full story..
Northern Soul is thrilled to have been the media partner for Comma Press’s Dinesh Allirajah Prize for Short Fiction 2019. Comma’s commitment to the short story and its place in today’s literary narrative is second to none, as is its work to blur cultural and social boundaries. We’re incredibly excited to announce – and publish – the winner: Truffle by Matt Thomas.Read the full story..
Win a pair of tickets to see Bond and The Hallé in Immersive Cinematic Experience in Harrogate.Read the full story..
Does walking into a fairy tale sound right up your street?Read the full story..
Thousands of people in the UK are waiting for an organ transplant.Read the full story..
Although I’m a forager through and through, two things have slowed my enthusiasm for rustling through the hedgerows of late.Read the full story..
Fancy checking out an art exhibition in a former Kendal Mint Cake factory? Of course you do.Read the full story..
Sex sells. But if you expect Don’t Hold My Head Down to be a titillating read full of soft-core anecdotes, then you’ll be (somewhat) disappointed.Read the full story..
Having previously appeared in Northern Soul restaurant reviews merely as Robert Hamilton’s dining companion The Brunette, I was honoured to be entrusted with writing as well as eating (as Mr Hamilton was stuck on the tarmac at El Prat).Read the full story..
It’s been one of those weeks where I can feel myself getting annoyed.Read the full story..
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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Right Good Mid-Week Read: Cider with Rosie by Laurie Lee pic.twitter.com/o6H1w3O3AP
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Meet the people of Road on 25 May, 7:30pm at the Lancaster Grand Theatre. See the devastation of Thatcher's England in the 80s and the hope that still remained. Laugh, drink, cry, and have a good night. Tickets: lancastergrand.co.uk/shows/ro… @vetoproductions pic.twitter.com/MATwIzNXb1