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Any Change? Poetry In A Hostile Environment Ed. Ian Duhig

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Ian Duhig
Any Change’s terrain is Leeds, whose cycle of expansion and contraction, and current burgeoning, has brought great wealth, and sometimes great poverty to the city.
From the ‘Famine’…
16th Aug 2018 07:13 AM

Saturday Night Fever Comes To Yorkshire

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Richard Winsor will star as Tony Manero
Hold the front page! Hot news is coming in about Bill Kenright’s new blockbuster. For weeks one of the hottest topics in theatrical circles has been who is…
14th Aug 2018 04:58 PM

Aggers & Tuffers Come To York Grand

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Jonathan Agnew and Phil Tuffnel are an unlikely combination – cricketers from different eras, with different backgrounds and with widely differing personalities. Yet, their first Evening With…
14th Aug 2018 04:17 PM

Mission Accomplished!

Jack Bottomley
Media Correspondent
The Mission: Impossible series isn’t half an unusual example of film franchise evolution. At the point where many series seem to wither or rust, this one has strengthened and, like a fine wine, its…
13th Aug 2018 04:00 PM

Stellar Line-Up Unveiled For 2018 York’s Little Festival Of Live Music

Smith n Wallace
Having received over 700 applications from bands and musicians from across the country eager to play at the 2018 York’s Little Festival of Live Music, the team behind the annual…
13th Aug 2018 09:21 AM

Cirque Du Soleil Brings Ovo To Sheffield And Leeds

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Cirque du Soleil are bringing their new production, Ovo to Yorkshire.
Ovo, meaning egg in Portuguese, is the story of when a mysterious egg arrives into a colourful ecosystem teeming with life. The…
15th Aug 2018 11:39 AM

Claire Bowen

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Clare Bowen
Back in 2012 Australian actress Claire Bowen was catapulted to international acclaim for her performance as talented but troubled songwriter Scarlett O'Connor on the phenomenally…
14th Aug 2018 04:50 PM

Matt Bianco - Indigo

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Matt Bianco
By the time Matt Bianco released 1988's Indigo, the Latino-jazz fusionists had enjoyed enough success in the UK, that their label Warner Bros. Records decided a fully-fledged attack on the…
14th Aug 2018 04:13 PM

Better Off Dead – The New Ayckbourn At SJT

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
From left, Liz Jadav, Christopher Godwin. Photo by Tony Bartholomew
The Stephen Joseph Theatre’s wonderful summer season, in Scarborough, climaxes with Better Off Dead, a production directed by the…
13th Aug 2018 02:10 PM

Bradford Turns Gold To Mark The Launch Of New Bollywood Movie Filmed In The City

Bradford’s iconic buildings and landmarks are being turned gold to celebrate the launch of Bollywood’s hottest summer movie hit, GOLD - much of which was filmed in Bradford.
Gold, starring…
12th Aug 2018 08:59 PM

Ane Brun & The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Ane Brun
Orchestral reworkings seem to be one of the preferences of 2018. With new symphonic releases anticipated from artists as diverse as Sophie Ellis Bextor, Conchita Wurst and Hanson in the…
14th Aug 2018 05:02 PM

Friends Like These - Good Time

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Friends Like These
A few years ago we spoke to a young band called Outlander. They had recently won the British Country Music Award Horizon Act, and were busy building a name for themselves as the…
14th Aug 2018 04:19 PM

The Singer Songwriter Compilation (Universal)

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Whoever came up with the theme of this new compilation certainly had a good idea.
Celebrating 60 modern tracks of the singer songwriter this 3 CD compilation contains songs that will probably be…
14th Aug 2018 09:00 AM

Workhouse Art Goes On Display At Thackray Medical Museum

A fascinating textile scroll, completed by a workhouse inmate, has just gone on display for the first time at Thackray Medical Museum. The Lorina Bulwer embroidery is a colourful, four-metre-long…
13th Aug 2018 02:05 PM

Interview With New Sheffield Band, Frazer

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Originally formed in 2011, Sheffield band Frazer have already headlined gigs at The Plug and The Leadmill in Sheffield as well as supporting McBusted and Scouting For Girls at two Open Air gigs at…
12th Aug 2018 08:25 PM
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