Author: Helen Carter
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that you don’t ski in May.Read the full story..
Christopher Eccleston has recently been described as a ‘northern powerhouse’.Read the full story..
Imagine that you’re so moved by a performance that you get up out of your seat, raise your arms in the air and dance around exuberantly.Read the full story..
On St George’s Day, a day which has been misappropriated and twisted beyond recognition by the far-right to further their cause, it seems apt that Damon Alban is performing in Liverpool with the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians along with Mounir Trudi.Read the full story..
Believe it or not but naked clog fighting was a mysterious and illegal sport that existed in Northern mining communities for hundreds of years. Now Gallery Oldham is staging an exhibition examining the myths of the brutal underground ‘purring, clogging or Fighting Wigan Fashion’.Read the full story..
Two days at the Liverpool Philharmonic this week and two very different, but equally pleasant, experiences.Read the full story..
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