• Culture

    Japan comes to Manchester for Doki Doki Festival 2017

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    By Pruthvi Khilosia Photography: Pruthvi Khilosia Over 400 people attended Doki Doki – The Manchester Japanese Festival held on Saturday in Sudgen Sports Centre. Professional chefs and artists from around England and overseas celebrated both traditional and modern Japanese culture. Proceeds were donated to the supported charity, Aid for Japan, which provides long-term support for orphans…

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    Manchester unites for Gothic Manchester Festival fashion show

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    Gothic Manchester Festival 2017 presents a North West street style catwalk devoted to extraordinary goths and steampunks​ By Pruthvi Khilosia Photography: Charlotte Rudd The people of Manchester gathered in force for Gothic Styles Street/Fashion Show in Exchange Square on Sunday. The show was part of Gothic Manchester Festival V: Gothic Styles, presented by Manchester Centre…

  • Culture

    Author Rosie Garland visits Gothic Manchester Festival

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    By Pruthvi Khilosia Photography: Alannis Barnes Award-winning poet, singer and novelist Rosie Garland joined the 2017 Gothic Manchester Festival line-up this weekend for a reading and book-signing of her latest novel The Night Brother. Currently in its fifth year, the festival is hosted by the Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan…




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