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My debut novel, The Witchfinder’s Sister, is set in Essex. Which, it’s fair to say, is not The North.Read the full story..
There’s something about Waterstones Deansgate in Manchester. It’s the welcoming, colourful displays and the passion with which they celebrate local talent and history alongside bestsellers that makes it feel like a local bookshop.Read the full story..
Bad historical fiction is rarely hard to spot. Bosoms will heave, troths will be pledged and feisty heroines will deplore the lot of women centuries before the invention of feminism.Read the full story..
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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Coming soon on Northern Soul, exclusive interviews with Val McDermid, Bill Bryson, John Craven, Chris Hoyle, and Selina Todd.
'I’ll never forget emerging from the Swan Theatre after a four-hour RSC production of King Lear, blinking like I’d not seen daylight in years, and my dad saying “good grief, you look pale”.' Theatre Review: Macbeth, Royal Exchange, Manchester northernsoul.me.uk/theatre-re… pic.twitter.com/mARw3kEXWM