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Monthly Archives: June 2022

Exhibition: A Woodland Sanctuary, Inspired by… gallery, North York Moors

June 29, 2022 Comments Off on Exhibition: A Woodland Sanctuary, Inspired by… gallery, North York Moors

This summer will see the beauty, mysteries and restorative benefits of woodland celebrated through a major exhibition of work by two photographers at the Inspired by… gallery in Danby Lodge as part of the North York Moors National Park’s 70th anniversary.

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Music review: The Eagles, Anfield, Liverpool

June 28, 2022 Comments Off on Music review: The Eagles, Anfield, Liverpool

A warm summer’s evening, and Anfield is filling up. There’s a buzz of anticipation. I love this place, it is so full of memories for me. But this isn’t another of those high-tension nights of European football. This is about recapturing a peaceful, easy feeling. 

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Book Club: Northern Soul’s Right Good Reads

June 23, 2022 Comments Off on Book Club: Northern Soul’s Right Good Reads

At Northern Soul, we can often be found with our nose buried in a book. As a team, we are notorious bookworms and are passionate about championing all things literary. 

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‘The financial return for every pound put into the arts is more than agriculture’

June 23, 2022 Comments Off on ‘The financial return for every pound put into the arts is more than agriculture’

As a result of the pandemic, Manchester-based LGBTQ+ theatre company Green Carnation was on the verge of calling it a day.

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Review: Power UP, Science and Industry Museum, Manchester

June 23, 2022 Comments Off on Review: Power UP, Science and Industry Museum, Manchester

We’re now at the point where the video games age has accumulated a history that stretches back across generations.

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‘Music has been a constant over the years, like a coloured thread woven into cloth’

June 23, 2022 Comments Off on ‘Music has been a constant over the years, like a coloured thread woven into cloth’

Sometimes I think about how my life would be if I had made it as a hugely famous musician.

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‘How I turned being hit by a ten tonne truck into a one-woman show’

June 23, 2022 Comments Off on ‘How I turned being hit by a ten tonne truck into a one-woman show’

Late Tuesday afternoon, October 7, 2014 and a 15-year-old Katie Damer is waiting at a red light on Bury’s Dumers Lane as she cycles home from school.

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Theatre Review: CLASSIC!, Hope Mill, Manchester

June 21, 2022 Comments Off on Theatre Review: CLASSIC!, Hope Mill, Manchester

‘All those writers all those pages

We’ve done it in a minute when it took them ages’

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Review: Doctor Who – Worlds of Wonder, Liverpool World Museum

June 21, 2022 Comments Off on Review: Doctor Who – Worlds of Wonder, Liverpool World Museum

Back when Doctor Who was first heading to TV screens in 1963, there was a behind-the-scenes intention for it to provide improving, semi-educational content about science and history for young viewers.

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Gardening is glorious

June 21, 2022 Comments Off on Gardening is glorious

My Gran used to say that the best thing about gardening was the anticipation.

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