Articles relating to: Kendal
Fancy checking out an art exhibition in a former Kendal Mint Cake factory? Of course you do.Read the full story..
Comedy fans who can’t make Harry and Meghan’s big day at Windsor Castle can experience a ‘Royal Wedding’ with a difference in Kendal this May.Read the full story..
There’s a YouTube video featuring folk singer Julie Fowlis on the BBC’s Transatlantic Sessions 3 in 2008 which has the Scotswoman sitting surrounded and attended – like some young folk goddess – by middle-aged men all doing her musical bidding, while she sings Bothan Àirigh am Bràigh Raithneach (A Sheiling On The Braes Of Rannoch).Read the full story..
Within the field of modern comics, Watchmen and The Walking Dead loom very large indeed.Read the full story..
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