There are currently 11 venues being used for #NQL2019. Further details will be published shortly FIVE FOUR STUDIOS ORDSALL HALL NINE ACRES RESIDENTIAL BLOCK ORDSALL COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRE THE KINGS ARMS THE WHITE HOTEL MASONIC HALL, THE CRESCENT NEW ADELPHI THEATRE, SALFORD UNIVERSITY SALFORD MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY THE MEADOW LUPO COFFEE
Not Quite Light is an exciting, new festival that won the City Life Award in 2017. We are always looking for people to collaborate with, and so welcome ideas and suggestions. We also need volunteers to help the festival run smoothly and so would be delighted to hear from you if you’d like to get involved with the events in some way. We love to encourage people to be able to bring their unique set of skills and enthusiasm to […]
These pictures were taken on a visit to Gloucester, New England in 2018. It’s America’s oldest fishing port, and is is still very much a working town, rather than a place tourists visit. Whilst I was there I discovered that Edward Hopper had visited the town in the 1920s, and one of the paintings he did there, mansard Roofs, launched his career at the age of 40. I can understand why he came. The light from the sea is beguiling […]
BLUEPRINT STUDIOS, COLLIER STREET, 7.18AM The windows of Blueprint Studios glowed red, like a 4 bar electric heater. Behind me, an upstairs room in The Eagle Inn beamed bright tungsten light towards Trinity Way, like a lighthouse for those stumbling in search of the past. Behind both brick buildings the new, taller version of ancient Greengate had emerged, not quite facing in the same direction. I considered if the demolition of the Victorian architecture, and the emergence of the tower […]
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