Monthly Archives: November 2019
Much like my recent attempt at bowling with the Editor of Northern Soul, I failed miserably at ‘guess the football shirt from the 1891/2 season’ at the National Football Museum’s new exhibition.Read the full story..
For several years now, the Tom Gates books by Liz Pichon have been all the rage in primary schools across the land.Read the full story..
It does him proud.Read the full story..
Jennifer Makumbi’s father was a bank manager in Kampala. It was 1978, at the height of Idi Amin’s reign of terror, when her family’s lives were changed forever.Read the full story..
Win tickets to see RNCM Opera’s production of Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites.Read the full story..
There’s no doubt that Brits love beer. After all, what’s better than a nice cold beer at the end of a long day?Read the full story..
Castle Howard is a magnificent 300-year-old stately home sitting among rolling hills just outside of York.Read the full story..
Saturday night was going to be big.Read the full story..
Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities
For advertising and sponsorship opportunities contact Northern Soul’s Founder and Editor Helen Hugent at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up for Northern Soul newsletter
The Northern Soul Poll
Recent Tweets for @Northern_Soul_
This looks proper good. pic.twitter.com/TgbFL8UIRE
Right Good Mid-Week Read: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi pic.twitter.com/AZtlQtrAAW
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