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“We’ve encouraged people to feel like the festival is theirs.” Folk singer-songwriter Kate Rusby talks about Underneath the Stars
As festival destinations go, Underneath the Stars takes place at one of the UK’s most attractively named places: Cinderhill Farm.Read the full story..
Technically, this year’s Bluedot festival kicks off with a few performances on the Thursday night, but for Northern Soul, as for many other folks, it starts on arrival around teatime on the Friday.Read the full story..
If I could paint a picture of my ideal festival location, it would be this. Ditch the muddy fields in the middle-of-nowhere and say ‘why-aye man’ to the postcard-perfect destination of Tynemouth, host of the annual Mouth of the Tyne Festival.Read the full story..
It’s no secret that us Brits love a good festival. Come rain or shine, we strap on our wellies, slap on the glitter and head for the fields to drink tepid cider, listen to loud music and generally have a bloody good time.Read the full story..
Stefan Tobler, founder of Sheffield-based And Other Stories, tells Northern Soul why he’s more excited about Doc/Fest than Cannes.Read the full story..
Festival season is in full swing.Read the full story..
What makes a good festival?Read the full story..
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The Northern Soul Awards 2018
The Northern Soul Awards 2018 took place at the stunning Manchester Cathedral on November 15. Here’s our list of winners, along with the Highly Commended and Special Mentions for each category. Congratulations!
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@SteveRobson04 It's a step too far I reckon...and will encourage people to spend their lives - even when outside - looking down at their phones. Sigh.
@SteveRobson04 Also on the Spinningfields website. It's by AO - which sells phones - but whoever thought that up is getting their PR bonus this month...
@SteveRobson04 It's on Spinningfields Manchester's Facebook page - says they are planning to introduce it as a temporary measure tomorrow. Probably a stunt but will be interesting to see if people actually use it...