Monthly Archives: November 2019
How the hell did this happen?Read the full story..
“There are big plans to come from the North East.” The Manager of Durham’s Assembly Rooms talks to Northern Soul
Writing this article, I was reminded of a quote by the comedian Eddie Izzard while he was on a world tour. “I grew up in Europe, where the history comes from.”Read the full story..
Northern Soul’s North Yorkshire Photographer, Paul Hunter, shares a gallery of striking images capturing the sights and colours across the region during the autumn months.Read the full story..
The great Christmas advert battle has commenced.Read the full story..
Manchester Camerata redefines what an orchestra can do.Read the full story..
“I would struggle to say that I am a feminist and contribute to fast fashion.” Jade Rice from Dirty Word talks to Northern Soul
I’ve finally broken up with fast fashion.Read the full story..
This week a Twitter debate surfaced regarding the legitimacy of Young Adult fiction (and romance novels) being studied on a Higher Education course.Read the full story..
Bee Gees fans from across the world have raised more than £250,000 in just eight days to try and save the former cinema in Manchester’s Chorlton where the brothers first performed live.Read the full story..
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"What a bloody band they are. Intense, powerful, hook-laden and tight." Northern Soul's Phil Pearson sees Fontaines D.C. at Manchester Academy. northernsoul.me.uk/music-revi… @fontainesdublin @philpearson_ink @MancAcademy pic.twitter.com/A7GVPUXKMQ
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Review: British Textile Biennial 2021 Sue Ferguson enjoys some extraordinary work at the British Textile Biennial 2021 against the backdrop of the infrastructure of the cotton industry in Pennine Lancashire. northernsoul.me.uk/review-bri… @sferg100 @TextileBiennial pic.twitter.com/NEUro5NIFN