That’ll Learn Ya: Best Free Documentaries on the Internet

Above all things, the internet is as close as humans get to creating the infinite. It is glorious. It is hideous. And it is the perfect mirror for our own imperfect minds: vast, largely unknown, its usage restricted by habits, sometimes by physical defects – and increasingly by a clampdown on civil liberty… …Yes. The internet … Continue reading That’ll Learn Ya: Best Free Documentaries on the Internet

Retrospective: Volunteering at the Manchester International Festival

A while ago, I was asked to write about my experience of the Manchester International Festival as a Project Volunteer in 2009 for the supercool,  Tim-Burgess-approved Same Teens zine, XOX.  (Manchester collective for young bright lovelies in Manchester under the ripe old age of 19.) Here’s how it went – and for everyone doing the … Continue reading Retrospective: Volunteering at the Manchester International Festival

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