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Director Joyce Branagh is working on what sounds like the perfect premise for an ensemble piece.Read the full story..
A drunk woman gesticulates at me. “The back of the line for beer is there.”Read the full story..
I’d enjoyed a cool and heady journey on my way to the taster event for The Lowry’s biennial Week 53 festival.Read the full story..
It’s the final episode of Broadchuch tonight. If like Northern Soul you’ve been gripped by the last series of this superlative drama, that’s due in no small part to Julie Hesmondhalgh’s gripping portrayal of a rape victim.Read the full story..
Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre is the original plain Jane, the poor, orphaned girl who is dealt a bad hand. If life was toast, Jane’s slipped off the plate and landed butter side down.Read the full story..
I’ve loved Baz Luhrmann for a very long time. He makes the magical possible because he made Moulin Rouge. That’s how to spend a budget and give the cinema-goer value for money.Read the full story..
I thought of a new word yesterday while watching the The Shawshank Redemption at The Lowry: solvation.Read the full story..
Jackie The Musical re-opens old wounds and places a plaster on your broken heart.Read the full story..
At Northern Soul, we make no bones about it: we love the North. I mean, we REALLY love it. With that in mind (and mindful about the Christmas spirit), we thought we’d share some of our favourite Northern places with you.Read the full story..
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