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Photo Gallery: First Light, in partnership with Open Eye Gallery, Castlefield New Art Spaces and Creative Industries Trafford, Waterside
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen many in-person events turn digital.Read the full story..
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been widespread re-engagement with nature and, in particular, a notable increase in the public’s appreciation of Britain’s native birds.Read the full story..
Riz Ahmed’s critically acclaimed album, The Long Goodbye Livestream Edition, takes a close-up look at the break-up of a toxic relationship with the country you call home.Read the full story..
It was the swings swaddled in clingfilm-like tied-back curtains that got me.Read the full story..
“Artworks can tell stories.” Art historian Sara Riccardi writes about the importance of art – for everyone
When I meet someone I’ve only communicated with via email for the first time, they are sometimes surprised to find that I’m a rather cheerful young woman.Read the full story..
“There’s still a lot of discrimination, marginalisation and isolation.” DaDaFest International Festival 2020: Translations
A quarter of a century ago the Disability Discrimination Act came into force and changed lives. In the meantime, Liverpool-based DaDaFest has been breaking ground as a disability and D/deaf arts organisation since 1984, albeit under a different name.Read the full story..
This year, the annual Remembrance Sunday commemorations will mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War as well as the centenary of the permanent Cenotaph in Whitehall and the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey.Read the full story..
Halloween looks a little different this year, what with the Tier 3 COVID-19 restrictions putting a stop to Halloween hi-jinx, but you can still get your spooky fix if you head into Manchester city centre.Read the full story..
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- World Autism Awareness Week 2021: Henry Normal shares poems to, and inspired by, his son Johnny
- “Around lunchtime, you’d break out all the bangers that everyone knows.” Northern Soul talks to buskers about life under lockdown
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Exploring the North via video games Northern Soul's @WillNelson1998 explores the landscape of the North in video games, including modern iconography, a medieval region and the North in the 1980s. northernsoul.me.uk/exploring-… #gaming pic.twitter.com/uv9WiSqmAT