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This journey through Robeson’s remarkable life reveals how his activism caused him to be disowned and disremembered, even by desce... Video: Albert's a Dirt-y Devil
by Tony Flynn
Albert Thompson, who readers may recall has appeared on our pages several times throughout the last year or so, h... Video: A Happy Storm for winning...
by Tom Rodgers
Salford theatre company Happystorm are celebrating this week after their debut play was picked up for the Re:Pla... Chapel Street Community Arts news update
by Chris Doyle
It’s a while since November, we’ve had our 12 month review and are now working hard towards delivering some exci... The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist comes to...
The launch of the Tressell Centenary Exhibition will be at the Working Class Movement Library, 51 Crescent, Salford, M5 4WX, on 2 ... Salford Local History talk for January
Cliff Stockton will give an illustrated talk of the medals and tokens of Bolton, reflecting the social history of the town over 10... Review: Dan Clark – The Lowry,...
by Dave Cunningham
The Public Reviews Rating: 2.5 out of five
‘How Not to Endear Yourself to an Audience’: deliver a work-in-p... Comedy All Stars at Salford Lowry.
Join Seymour Mace and an all-star line up of top UK comedians for an unforgettable night of comedy guaranteed to hit the right spo... A dance forum for Salford
First public meeting, Tuesday 1st February 2011, 6-8pm, Adelphi House, meeting room AH012, University of Salford, The Crescent/Ade... Dan Clark at Salford Lowry
Best known as the loveable rogue Don Danbury in BBC2's How Not To Live Your Life and Johnny Two Hats in The Mighty Boosh, Dan Clar... Funkey day at Langworthy Cornerstone
Celebrities are fleeing from the Langworthy Cornerstone’s disgusting Bush Tucker Trial - they just don’t have the stomach for the ... Be Rain for Me gets...
by Tom Rodgers
Salford-based theatre group Happystorm are getting a chance to re-stage their first ever production with this ce... Gyles Brandreth: The One-to-One Show at...
They say all political careers end in tears. In Gyles Brandreth's case it's tears of laughter as the actor, author, One Show repor... Review: Birmingham Royal Ballet: Cinderella –...
by Richard Hall
The Public Reviews Rating: 5 out of 5
The Birmingham Royal Ballet and The Lowry are both currently celebrati... Islington Mill art exhibitions January...
Here is the latest newsletter from Islington Mill, Salford regarding the art exhibition that will be held at the mill this January...