Articles relating to: Steve Slack
Attempting to sum up the city of Manchester in one book is no small task.Read the full story..
Whenever people working in the heritage sector asked Steve Slack for advice on the planning and delivery of interpretation, he couldn’t put his hands on any useful guides.Read the full story..
Cancel your 2020 winter getaway. Holidays are off. In fact, with lockdown 2.0 now in force, you can’t even go on a city break in the UK.Read the full story..
The train pulls into the station, the driver gets out of the cab and switches ends to take it back to Darlington. It’s only then that I realise we’ve been travelling on a single track railway. Bishop Auckland is the end of the line in so many ways.Read the full story..
Museums, art galleries and libraries across the North are now off limits to the public, their displays and collections sitting behind locked doors.Read the full story..
The UK’s national museum of democracy is 10 years old this week.Read the full story..
A group of kids are playing with a homemade football, fashioned out of plastic bags.Read the full story..
How often do you go to an art gallery and find yourself bored by the interpretation? The labels on the wall can be awful.Read the full story..
This summer Manchester will mark the anniversary of a public pro-democracy demonstration on August 16, 1819, and its now infamous and bloody response from the authorities.Read the full story..
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