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So much to answer for: Development and disregard for public space in Manchester

Despite having spent just seven months of the last three years living in Manchester, the combination of it being the first city I fell for and the city I spend my days writing about in my PhD means I still feel pretty connected to the goings-on of the place. 769 more words


Pride at the Cornerhouse

I went to see Pride at the Cornerhouse last night, which was amazing. Also, the only film I ever seen at the cinema where people in the audience have applauded at the end. 195 more words

Forthcoming Events

Filmed Up - North West Filmmakers Night. (September)

Every 3 months the Cornerhouse in Manchester runs a night of selected short films made by the North West film making community. The films vary, including animation, documentary and fiction. 314 more words


Romeo and Juliet at the Victoria Baths in Manchester


I witnessed a deeply brilliant new production of Romeo and Juliet the other night. The show, as interpreted and performed by Home, an amalgamation of the Library Theatre Company and Cornerhouse of Manchester, is unlike any I have seen before. 1,174 more words



For October 2014 we will be reading The Girl Who Fell to Earth by Sophia Al Maria.

Sophia Al Maria is an artist, writer, and filmmaker.  216 more words


Review: Rosa Barba at Cornerhouse

Berlin-based artist Rosa Barba’s work explores the medium of film – its material properties as well as its narrativity. It seems particularly appropriate therefore that her solo exhibition,  56 more words

Medea: NT Live

For me, autumn always feels like the start of a new year. Maybe it’s because my birthday’s at this time of year, maybe it’s because I’m still stuck in an academic mindset, maybe it’s because the start of a new season in the performing arts world… But for whatever reason, it’s that time of year again – and for my first post-Edinburgh review, I’m talking Greek tragedy. 847 more words