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The music industry and artists alike have been hit hard by the coronavirus. With live gigs out the window, music consumption has almost entirely been digital. Musicians and people in the business have been forced to find new and creative ways to promote their music. Most of the revenue that boosts the music industry comes […]

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Bella Jewell delves deeper into the history and significance of Hardy’s Well: the soon-to-be lost home to Lemn Sissay’s first Landmark Poem, and the hub of a community

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May 2021 saw the return of live theatre and music events, albeit with a reduced capacity, social distancing, and masks. Finally, in July, venues could operate at full capacity. I’ve seen over 30 shows this year, which isn’t so bad given the fact that my first one was in mid-June! It’s remarkable that after such […]

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Bella Jewell interviews Jack Tindale from Policy Connect ahead of the Design Manchester Festival, uncovering his views on the role of the Arts in Education, Policymaking, and the impact on the Design Sector post-Brexit