Articles relating to: Manchester Cathedral
Since cultivating my bee garden, I’ve grown increasingly interested in the life cycle of bees. I’ve fancied doing a beekeeping course for ages so I was over the moon to be able to visit the hives at Manchester Cathedral.Read the full story..
The Northern Soul Awards 2018 were a proper brilliant celebration of all things Northern.Read the full story..
No, your eyeballs do not deceive you. It’s pooches in prayer. On October 14, Manchester Cathedral held its first Service of Thanksgiving for Pets and Working Animals.Read the full story..
In a new series called Hamiltonic, Northern Soul’s Robert Hamilton will be sampling the best gin the North has to offer and talking to the people who make it. First up, he takes a trip to Manchester Cathedral to spend some time with The Gin Society.Read the full story..
Win a bottle of gin and a pair tickets to The Gin Society Festival, Manchester Cathedral.Read the full story..
Last Thursday saw the Northern Soul/Canal St Meet-up and Northern Soul Awards preview – a top night at the splendid Manchester Cathedral as Northern Soul and Canal St welcomed our friends to get together in the stunning Regimental Chapel to chat, mingle and drink.Read the full story..
Hurrah and huzzah! Entries for the 2018 Northern Soul Awards are now open – and the best bit? It won’t cost you a penny.Read the full story..
- Exhibition: Betty’s Back!: The work of James and Betty Durden, Keswick Museum
- Exhibition: Sheila Fell – New Discoveries, Castlegate Gallery, Cockermouth
- “I do love a bit of Northern Soul.” We talk to Tim Burgess ahead of The Charlatans’ 30th anniversary tour
- Book Club: Northern Soul’s Right Good Reads
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Supported by funding from @HeritageFundUK, Betty’s Back! will explore James’s life and works in the context of the 1920s, when the portrait was painted, and will also reveal artwork by Betty Durden Green for the first time.
Keswick Museum is roaring into the 1920s with a new exhibition, Betty’s Back!: The work of James and Betty Durden, exploring the work of two local artists. @KeswickMuseum #art #exhibition For more images and information, click here: northernsoul.me.uk/exhibition… pic.twitter.com/j4jPPItcC3
Five ‘lost’ works from #Cumbrian artist Sheila Fell have been uncovered and put on show by Castlegate Gallery in Cockermouth. @Castlegate_Art #exhibition #art Click here for more images: northernsoul.me.uk/exhibition… pic.twitter.com/GvzuJanRrf