Category Manchester

An Interview with Ben Power, Director of ‘Spring Reign’ play.

Spring Reign – A story from the Syrian Conflict: “Spring Reign” follows Aisha and Salah, two Syrians who have given refuge to two unexpected Westerners during the war. The play connects photographers, journalists and ordinary people to the Syrian crisis and aims to provide a platform to promote discussion and understanding. It has successfully used […]

I’m watching Spring Reign tonight!

Hi all, I know I’ve not updated my blog recently, with Ramadan I’ve been very busy and unable to post as much as I’ve wanted to. However, I booked tickets to watch a play tonight and actually I’m really excited. The play, Spring Reign, directed by Benedict Power and scripted by award winning writer Rob […]

Northern Food Festival attracts visitors from all around the UK into Manchester.

The well known festival is running for the fifth year and has not only moved to a bigger location but also attracted all different people will all different diets.   The festival previously held at the Sheridan Suite, moved to the Convention Complex in Manchester after being a success from the previous four years. Attracting […]

Successful Film Festival ‘Lift-Off’ moves from Liverpool to Manchester after six years.

Lift Off Film festival has been a success for six years and this year, the festival organisers have decided to make a move from Liverpool into Manchester. Photo credit: Shafia Begum Co-founders James Bradley and Ben Pohlman said that the decision to move the festival into Manchester was a “business decision,  a cultural decision and a film […]

My First Ask Italian.

So I have always gone on and on about going into Ask Italian but somehow I have never actually gone in (until now).  As someone who eats out very often, most of the time being the same places, it was nice to try something different but sort of the same food. The Ask Italian menu […]

Whitworth Art Gallery Visit.

  Whitworth Art Gallery winner of the Museum of the Year 2015 was found in 1889. The gallery is apart of the University of Manchester and is a place of research and education. As someone who is always in and around Manchester, I was sort of surprised that it took me this long to actually […]