Monthly Archives: September 2021
Photo Gallery – When Football Was Football: The Photography of Sefton Samuels 1960s-1980s, National Football Museum, Manchester
Calling all football fans.Read the full story..
With proof copies of Sally Rooney’s third novel trading for hundreds of pounds on eBay, and bookshops opening early and stocking extra copies, it’s fair to say that Beautiful World, Where Are You is one of the most eagerly anticipated novels of 2021.Read the full story..
Review: The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff, The Young‘uns with Jack Rutter, Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne
If you’re not already a big fan of The Young’uns’ and their authentic, primarily a capella folk music, then I’d recommend that you add them to your playlist without further delay.Read the full story..
“We work together the same way we’ve always done.” Raymond McGinley from Teenage Fanclub talks to Northern Soul
As I prepare to interview Raymond McGinley, I make a mental note not to mention anything about my being a die-hard Teenage Fanclub fan.Read the full story..
In the age of internet dating, words such as ‘orbiting’ and ‘ghosting’ have fast become a part of the collective lexicon.Read the full story..
A father-and-daughter exhibition of work reflecting on the landscapes of the North York Moors opens at the Inspired by… gallery in October.Read the full story..
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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