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Boris Charmatz is not a conventional choreographer. In fact, he ‘choreographed’ very little of his latest work, 10000 Gestures.Read the full story..
In school, I was taught that the most convincing arguments address their own pitfalls before someone else raises them.Read the full story..
Writing for Northern Soul seems particularly pertinent today.Read the full story..
English seasons are usually pretty indistinct.Read the full story..
New Year’s resolutions for the students among us are made, not in January as you’d expect, but in September.Read the full story..
Isabel Webb is 19-years-old. She’s from Manchester and is one year into her degree at UCL in London. In her latest blog for Northern Soul, she writes about her reaction to the vote for Brexit.Read the full story..
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to submit festive inspired designs for the pods. Dependent on local and national Government guidelines ‘Box on the Docks at Christmas’ will launch at the end of November. Applications are now open for the next wave of creatives to put forward their design proposals. (2/2) pic.twitter.com/H4T6mqW12e
.@MediaCityUK and design studio @HemingwayDesign have launched a search for new artists to showcase at 'Box on the Docks at Christmas'. The initiative, which supports two industries hit hard by COVID-19 – hospitality and the arts, are now inviting local artists & designers (1/2)
The prize also raised more than £12,000 for mental health charity YoungMinds in the process. Works had to take the word ‘Hope’ as their inspiration. ‘Bucket List’ was the unanimous winner from the 29 finalists now being exhibited at Castlegate House Gallery in Cockermouth (2/2)