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Maximum Lynch: David Lynch at HOME – Preview

David Lynch at HOME Sat 6 Jul 2019 – Sun 29 Sep 2019 HOME Manchester Lee Ashworth eagerly anticipates a comprehensive exploration of the many facets of...

Jim Glennie, James bassist – interview

Many groups change rosters over the years, for many reasons. Fallouts, dropouts or get-outs to explore different paths. James, the world-renowned and continually innovative...

MOVE Film Festival – Preview

MOVE Film Festival    Home Manchester Monday 10th June 2019 4:00pm and 6:00pm                             ...

Doc’ n Roll Festival Returns To Manchester

Featuring six exclusive screenings and a raft of special events, Manchester's Doc'n Roll festival returns for its second year at Home from May 29th...

South by South Wales (SXSWALES) Festival – feature and interview

South by South Wales (SXSWALES) Festival - Michael Patrick Hicks finds out about Wales' newest music and media festival for Louder Than War.

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