The Baltic Triangle restaurant-bar-venue-whatever gets a welcome nod on a national list, alongside the Georgian Quarter’s ace, er, Quarter.
We’re a huge fan of Light Night – an evening where the city’s cultural institutions and good places all leave their doors open a little bit longer. It makes a real difference. Rather than scrabbling….
Beth Orton & The Leisure Society at the Kazimier, 12th April GIG After taking time off to be a mum, 90s folk starlet Beth Orton returned recently with the glorious ‘Sugaring Season’ LP. It’s a….
Game of Thrones TELLY Tonight’s the night (if you’ve got Sky, or are paying £15 a month for Sky Go on your iPad) for the premiere of Season Three of Game of Thrones. If you….
Ever had ambitions of being Axl Rose? Or a burning desire to be Bryan Ferry? You’re in luck – Camp and Furnace are introducing a brand new karaoke night that’s set to be a total….
Let’s get this clear right away: there is a lot of stuff at this year’s Threshold Festival. A lot. Music, arts, talks, food, film screenings. Across two days in various Baltic Triangle venues, they’re absolutely….
In 2011, egged on by Domino Records boss Laurence Bell (a long time fan), and a few years after his departure from Wirral psych-pop boys The Coral, Bill Ryder-Jones signed a solo deal. It was,….