Monthly Archives: October 2019
As Brexit dominates the headlines, Alexandra Jarvis, a writer for the Immigration Advice Service, has some stringent opinions on the impact Brexit will have on our creative sectors. She asks, how do we stop the damage before it’s too late?Read the full story..
Forget spiders and heights (although I’m fond of neither), my biggest fear is standing on stage in front of a beady-eyed audience.Read the full story..
It takes a particular kind of grace to be captivating while performing the role of a spiteful drunk.Read the full story..
When it comes to novels, there’s an art to research.Read the full story..
“The need for organisations to keep the flame burning has never been more vital.” 30 Years of Manchester Mind
Anxiety is at an all-time high.Read the full story..
Suede doesn’t fit the story.Read the full story..
When after 15 minutes a six-year-old Snow White in the adjacent seat politely enquires as to whether she can have a sandwich, you know that the current iteration of Disney on Ice is not quite as captivating as it might be.Read the full story..
Described by the UN as the “world’s worst” humanitarian crisis, the on-going conflict in Yemen has left an estimated 80 per cent of the country’s men, women and children in desperate need of assistance.Read the full story..
We love a good ginnel at Northern Soul.Read the full story..
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