Monthly Archives: October 2020
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“Your worst enemy in this game is indifference.” John Cooper Clarke talks about his autobiography, I Wanna Be Yours
When Northern Soul speaks to John Cooper Clarke about his new autobiography and sings its praises to the skies, he’s right in the middle of recording the audiobook version and seems to appreciate the plaudits.Read the full story..
“The animation industry wouldn’t be where it is today without Manchester.” Director of Manchester Animation Festival, Steve Henderson
There’s often a risk that the world of animation can be undervalued, pigeon-holed as the preserve of children’s films and not much more.Read the full story..
2020 has been an incredibly turbulent year.Read the full story..
“They’ve taken me under their wing.” Chef Dane Smart talks about Manchester’s Molly House and its new menu
Dane Smart has come a long way since his pot-washing days at LadyBoy, a Thai restaurant in Melbourne.Read the full story..
In a new series for Northern Soul, Drew Tosh casts his critical eye over the best – and worst – of what’s on the box. From the latest must-see comedy and bingeworthy crime dramas to cutting-edge series and ubiquitous reality shows, Telly Visions is your go-to column for all things TV.Read the full story..
It’s been another tough week for the arts.Read the full story..
Northern Soul and People’s Powerhouse are continuing our partnership to share good news stories about businesses, people and communities coming together in the North of England during the COVID-19 crisis.Read the full story..
Has the COVID-19 lockdown inspired a renewed love of the outdoors?Read the full story..
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