Review of Spinningfields, Manchester – GIRL ABOUT TOWN #31

Review of Spinningfields, Manchester: GIRL ABOUT TOWN #31 THE MINI CITY OF glass and grass Spinningfields, Manchester is in the middle of its ‘Let’s Watch’ free film season, which is lovely because it costs a tiny fortune to hang out there normally (London prices). Except for Pret-a-Manger. The last time I was there properly, and not … Continue reading Review of Spinningfields, Manchester – GIRL ABOUT TOWN #31

Student Rant: “I Got The Poison, I Got The Remedy” – University Third Year Blues

Life gets complicated. HOW ARE YOU TODAY, THIRD YEAR? Yes, I see that you are blue. OK, let’s have a flick through your medical history. Ah yes.  Your first year was, although hilarious and dotted with memorable games of pub golf which end with you, a random, a kebab and a cardboard box, it was … Continue reading Student Rant: “I Got The Poison, I Got The Remedy” – University Third Year Blues

Short Film Review: The Actor’s Guide To Survival

The Actor’s Guide To Survival Running time: 1 hour Audio: Stereo Starring: Jody Kamali, Vivian Taylor Director: Mark Ashmore ACTOR JODY KAMALI LOOKS at home on the stage, dishing out his best ironically-quasi-European accent as he recounts his character’s tale of waking up with a pretty Scandanavian lady. He’s got almost as many shows in … Continue reading Short Film Review: The Actor’s Guide To Survival

High-skill jobs for highly educated workforce: Gordon Brown

FUTURE JOBS IN A POST-RECESSION economy will require a workforce with a high skill set, according to predictions made by Gordon Brown during a Q&A session in Manchester.

People will need to have graduated from higher education or at least have an equivalent qualification, whether these are apprenticeships, diplomas or varied skills that move the individual beyond their secondary school education Continue reading High-skill jobs for highly educated workforce: Gordon Brown