Articles relating to: MIF
Upper Campfield Market in Manchester’s Castlefield is a great space.Read the full story..
I’m struggling to put my thoughts about Israeli artist Yael Bartana’s ground-breaking film and performance project What If Women Ruled the World? into coherent sentences.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..
Google maps does not recognise Mayfield. According to the internet, the abandoned railway depot near Piccadilly station doesn’t exist.Read the full story..
Tree Of Codes is one of those ‘wild card’ yet brilliantly successful shows that Manchester International Festival has made a bit of a specialty of miraculously pulling off over the years.Read the full story..
Maxine Peake’s artistic reunion with director Sarah Frankcom after The Masque Of Anarchy and Hamlet has, predictably, proved to be one of the hottest tickets at this year’s Manchester International Festival, although it’s worth noting that it continues at the Royal Exchange for a couple of weeks beyond the end of the Festival if you’re searching for tickets.Read the full story..
Manchester International Festival’s USP has always been the creation of original, new work – premières which then carry the brand around the world, at least in theory. This bold attitude has led to some remarkable triumphs over the years and some unique events for Manchester.Read the full story..
Now this is what makes the Manchester International Festival cool. Let a visionary director loose on an obviously wild and crazy, but absolutely dazzling, idea, with defiantly large-scale production values and determined support.Read the full story..
Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities
For advertising and sponsorship opportunities contact Northern Soul’s Founder and Editor Helen Hugent at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up for Northern Soul newsletter
The Northern Soul Poll
Recent Tweets for @Northern_Soul_
Check out this snap of The Great Yorkshire Maze, a brand new family attraction at Sherburn, midway between Scarborough and Malton. The attraction opens up on Wednesday 22 July @YorkshireMaze pic.twitter.com/j1yNnt7VX7
"a roller coaster ride through dysfunctional families, love, loss and domestic violence" Northern Soul's Poetry Correspondent, @Markeconnors2, reviews Threat by Julia Webb. northernsoul.me.uk/poetry-rev… pic.twitter.com/nCx57vG4wO
The key to effective meetings. pic.twitter.com/ZPdnnscCiM