• Lifestyle, News

    North West Long 19th Century Seminar looks at travel, landscape and the Bronte legacy

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    By Jacqueline Grima Academics and research students gathered at Manchester Metropolitan University this week for the latest in the North West Long 19th Century seminar series. The event was hosted by Senior Lecturer in English Dr Emma Liggins. Emma told Humanity Hallows, “The seminar continues to showcase the research of postgraduates and scholars from the…

  • Lifestyle, News

    Manchester Writing School graduate wins poetry prize

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    By Jacqueline Grima Manchester Writing School MA graduate Ian Humphreys has recently been announced as the winner of the 2016 Hamish Canham Prize. Ian won with his poem ‘Zebra on East 55th and 3rd’. The prize was established in 2004 by Sheena and Hugh Canham, named after their son Hamish, a gifted writer and psychotherapist…

  • Lifestyle, Manchester, News

    HLSS graduate school celebrates a year at Number 70

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    By Jacqueline Grima Staff and postgraduate students from Manchester Metropolitan University’s Humanities, Languages and Social Science (HLSS) Graduate School recently gathered to celebrate the end of their first year at No 70 Oxford Street, now one of the most exciting and vibrant university hubs in the North West. The event also celebrated the culmination of…

  • Interview, Manchester

    The Mighty Walzer Comes To The Royal Exchange

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    By Jacqueline Grima At the end of June, the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester will be showing a production of The Mighty Walzer, adapted for the stage by screenwriter Simon Brent. The play stars Elliot Levey as Oliver Walzer, a Jewish man looking back on his life as a young and somewhat shy table tennis enthusiast,…




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