Monthly Archives: June 2019
Stefan Tobler, founder of Sheffield-based And Other Stories, tells Northern Soul why he’s more excited about Doc/Fest than Cannes.Read the full story..
Win a pair of tickets to Ensemble Lucidarium at York University.Read the full story..
Festival season is in full swing.Read the full story..
What makes a good festival?Read the full story..
Landlines, an exhibition of unique landscapes depicting the Yorkshire coast and countryside by Staithes-based artist and printmaker, Ian Mitchell, has gone on display at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre.Read the full story..
A selection of stunning screenprints depicting iconic and recognisable sites within Yorkshire has gone on display at The Hepworth Café at The Hepworth Wakefield.Read the full story..
If you’re like me, you might make the mistake of thinking that an outlet of Bill’s, occupying a prime position in your town or city centre, is the latest ‘same-ish’ offering from a faceless multinational hospitality conglomerate. You’d be wrong.Read the full story..
Opera Review: Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci, City of Manchester Opera, Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester
For some reason, May 23 stuck in my mind. It was an important day, but I couldn’t remember why. At my age, this happens with frightening regularity.Read the full story..
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Coming soon on Northern Soul: Graze, a new delicatessen for Ramsbottom. It's proper good (and, um, happens to be owned and run by NS's chef brother-in-law, Tony May). pic.twitter.com/7QYd03dEdg
Artist David Dunnico has created War Work, a new exhibition at AIR Gallery, to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. Click the link below to view the full gallery: northernsoul.me.uk/image-gall… pic.twitter.com/s8ATabsNx8
The exhibition explores the memorials and rituals that surround the war and how they have influenced our perception of later conflicts.