送现金的捕鱼Where to see bonfire night fireworks displays near Manchester 2019

Where to see bonfire night fireworks displays near Manchester 2019

  • Scott Henderson, Alex Johnston, Sofia Matias and Kirstyn Smith
  • 31 October 2019

A guide to bonfire and firework events in and around Manchester 2018

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What time are fireworks in the city centre, Newton Heath, Salford and Stockport


It’s nearly time to celebrate Guy Fawkes’ failed attempt to kill the King. Manchester is well-prepared for it, with a host of bonfire and firework events lined up this year to help you celebrate with a bang.

It seems most of the city’s parks are hosting the fun, with the celebrations kicking off at Debdale Park Bonfire and Firework Night (Wed 30 Oct), a traditional celebration with a funfair starting at 5pm, the lighting of a bonfire, and fireworks at 7.30pm. On Sun 3 Nov there’s the Cringle Park display, free with fireworks sta捕鱼赢现金真的吗rting at 7.30pm, and funfairs to keep everyone entertained.

Head to Brookdale Park (Mon 4 Nov), with a funfair and fireworks starting at 7.30pm. Actual Guy Fawkes Night events can be enjoyed at Platt Fields Park (Tue 5 Nov), which is free and comes with the added bonus of food stalls, and a free display in Wythenshawe Park (Tue 5 Nov).

The biggest fireworks display in the city will once again take place at Heaton Park (Tue 5 Nov). The bonfire will be lit at 7.30pm, and there will be plenty of warm treats available to keep your energy up for the display and the funfair rides on site. Do be advised there will be bag checks on entry, so it might be best to keep your sparklers at home for the after party.

You are definitely not short for choice as to where you can go and remember, remember the fifth of November, as Salford welcomes the Prince’s Park Bonfire and Fireworks (Fri 1 Nov), the City Airport Fireworks Spectacular (Sat 2 Nov), which features a performance by Manchester’s own Steph Ball, and the Buile Hill Park Fireworks (Tue 5 Nov). The displays begin at 7.30pm, 7pm and 7.30pm, respectively, and all displays also feature bonfires and funfairs.

In the south-east, and further away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, Stockport is also seeing off the weekend with one display, Poynton Bonfire and Fireworks (Sat 2 Nov). While this is not a free display, the funds raised from ticket sales are to go towards good causes. To keep you entertained until the children’s display at 7.30pm, which is followed by the main event at 8pm, there will be a live music stage, a bar and food stalls and the mandatory funfair.

For more info on Guy Fawkes fireworks displays around the UK, see our Bonfire Night Guide.

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Tom Harper: ‘They were taking these extraordinary risks to further human knowledge and to see the world differently’

  • James Mottram
  • 31 October 2019

Tom Harper: 'They were taking these extraordinary risks to further human knowledge and to see the world differently'

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Wild Rose director discusses his latest epic and immersive tale, The Aeronauts, which transforms true events from Victorian England

‘I don’t want to get into a fight with the Royal Society,’ says Tom Harper – clearly about to do just that – ‘but they were the first people to say, “Why didn’t you pick a female scientist?”‘ The British director behind Wild Rose is talking about his new film, The Aeronauts, starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones. Set in 1862, it follows groundbreaking meteorologist James Glaisher as he makes a record-breaking asce手机捕鱼赚现金软件nt in a gas balloon, to gain insights into forces influencing the weather.

Last year, Keith Moore, Head of Library at the Royal Society – the independent scientific academy of the UK – criticised Harper’s film for ‘airbrushing’ Glaisher’s male companion, balloonist Henry Coxwell, out of the story. ‘I wanted it not to be two middle-aged men in a basket,’ shrugs Harper, when we meet in London’s Rosewood Hotel. ‘I wanted it to be reflective for a contemporary audience.’ He and screenwriter Jack Thorne replaced Coxwell with Amelia Wren, a fictional character inspired by Sophie Blanchard, a real-life aeronaut and daredevil pilot who died when Glaisher was just 10.

Complaining that Coxwell’s bravery – he saved the flight at one point when the balloon began to fly upwards uncontrollably – was being overlooked, Moore commented to The Daily Telegraph, ‘There were so many deserving female scientists of that period who haven’t had films made about them. Why not do that instead?’ Evidently peeved by the comment, Harper retorts: ‘It’s true. There were female scientists around at the time, but not in the Royal Society, because they weren’t allowed in the Royal Society until 1948 or something, and even to this day, only eight percent of the Royal Society is female.’

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Where to see bonfire night fireworks displays near Bournemouth and Poole 2019

  • Alex Johnston and Louise Stoddart
  • 31 October 2019

Where to see bonfire night fireworks displays near Bournemouth and Poole 2016

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What time are fireworks in Ringwood, Poole and Bearwood


The Bournemouth Fireworks Display is going big for Guy Fawkes Night with an amazing three fireworks displays taking place at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm at the Bournemouth Littledown Leisu云顶娱乐捕鱼赢现金re Centre (Sat 2 Nov). Expect food stalls, an indoor family fun zone, funfair and more entertainment.
For a more traditional affair on Sat 2 Nov, head to the Butchers Coppice Scout Camp and Community Outdoor Centre for 6pm for the Bournemouth Traditional Family Bonfire and Fireworks Display. Once the bonfire is lit there’s a build a Guy competition, archery, a gladiator challenge, a BBQ and fireworks at 7.30pm.

The Fireworks Night on Poole Quay promises street entertainers, live music and a fireworks display starting at 8pm (Tue 5 Nov).

In Ringwood, the Fireworks and Bonfire at Poulner Junior School is held in aid of the Parent Teacher Association on Sat 9 Nov.

For more info on Guy Fawkes fireworks displays around the UK, see our Bonfire Night Guide.

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Joseph Mount: ‘The more you release music, the more you mature in your relationship between yourself and each record’

  • Henry Northmore
  • 31 October 2019

Joseph Mount: 'The more you release music, the more you mature in your relationship between yourself and each record'

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We speak to the mastermind behind Metronomy to find out more about the band’s sixth album and their musical evolution

‘I like to describe my stuff as “electro pop” and I quite like how lame it sounds,’ laughs Joseph Mount, the mastermind behind Metronomy. It’s hard to argue with his description, with Metronomy having evolved from a bedroom project into a gorgeous, swooning pop group.

After releasing a handful of, essentially solo, electronic albums, the turning point was 2011’s English Riviera, a lush exercise in amalgamating house, 70s rock, funk, soul and lounge music. It marked a new chapter in Metronomy’s evolution. Despite his skills as a multi-instrumentalist and producer, Mount found he needed a full 现金捕鱼送下分版band to bring his ambitions to life, adding regular musicians Oscar Cash (saxophone / guitars / keyboards), Anna Prior (drums / vocals), Olugbenga Adelekan (bass) and Michael Lovett (keyboards / guitars) to the ranks.

It’s a swelteringly hot day in August when we speak, Metronomy’s sixth album, Metronomy Forever, hasn’t hit the shops yet and Mount is savouring the time between completion and release: ‘The more you release music, the more you mature in terms of your relationship between yourself and each record. Releasing the record is when it starts to be judged, whether critics like it or it does well commercially – it’s a very different thing, it becomes a product. So your relationship [with the record] does change. Now it feels like mine, because no one has heard it or had a chance to misunderstand it, once it’s released it belongs to the world … if they want it.’

可以赚钱的捕鱼游戏提现金My Perfect Podcast: Flo & Joan

My Perfect Podcast: Flo & Joan

  • Brian Donaldson
  • 31 October 2019

My Perfect Podcast: Flo & Joan

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Musical double act tell us about their favourite podcasts

On stage, sister act Flo & Joan have earned a solid reputation over the past few years as astute proponents of caustic wit sprinkled atop some silly songs. These actual real-life siblings (Nicola and Rosie Dempsey) are heading out on tour with their latest collection of tunes and chat entitled Before the Screaming Starts. Here, they tell us which podcasts make them feel clever and sad.

Which podcast educates you?
We’re not ones for clever learny-learny podcasts, as they are formally known, but Jim and Tomic’s Musical Theatre Happy Hour is a great one for theatre nerds (us) who want to know the ins and outs and evolutions of a million different musicals and how they all came to be in the world.

Which podcast makes you laugh?
Dear Joan and Jericha. It’s disgusting and perfect. I could hear them say ‘weepy boobs’ till the day I die.

Which podcast makes you sad?
We have been known to shed a tear at a Desert Island Discs every here and there. Most recently, Glastonbury legend Emily Eavis’ one was a tearjerker, but for happy reasons.

Which podcast is your guilty pleasure?
Hoovering with Jessica Fostekew. We don’t feel guilty about listening to it but it does always make us hungry so we buy loads of food after listening to it. But we still don’t feel guilty about it; it’s just a full blown pleasure really. So the opposite of guilty.

Pitch us a new podcast idea in exactly 25 words
Each episode guests pitch us a new idea for a podca天天捕鱼赢现金6st, we do it, and at the end we decide if it was worth it.

Flo & Joan: Before the Screaming Starts is on tour Tuesday 12 November–Sunday 10 May.

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The Tallest Man on Earth kicks off five date UK tour this weekend

  • Becki Crossley
  • 31 October 2019

The Tallest Man on Earth to embark on five-date UK tour, tickets on sale

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Indie-folk singer supports his latest album with shows in Birmingham, Edinburgh, Gateshead, London and Manchester

Kristian Matsson aka The Tallest Man on Earth has announced he will return to the UK this November for a five-date tour. Remaining tickets for the shows are on sale now.

Since releasing his self-titled debut EP in 2006 he has gone on to put out four studio albums and 16 singles. Matsson 2019年现金捕鱼游戏released his fifth album, I Love You. It’s a Fever Dream, last April. The album features lead single ‘The Running Styles of New York’

The Tallest Man on Earth comes to the UK as part of his international tour which features a lengthy European stretch. The UK-leg kicks off on Sat 2 Nov at Birmingham Town Hall before nights in Edinburgh, Gateshead and London. The tour comes to an end on Sat 9 Nov at Albert Hall, Manchester

Tallest Man On Earth UK tour dates
Sat 2 Nov – Birmingham Town Hall
Sun 3 Nov – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Mon 4 Nov – Sage One, Gateshead
Wed 6 Nov – Eventim Apollo, London
Sat 9 Nov – Albert Hall, Manchester

Tickets for The Tallest Man on Earth’s UK shows are on sale now.

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Jack Whitehall adds two Wembley shows to 2020 tour, find out how to get tickets

  • Becki Crossley
  • 31 October 2019

Jack Whitehall adds to Wembley shows to 2020 tour, find out how to get tickets

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Comic extends tour in 2020 due to demand

Jack Whitehall is preparing to head out on a UK wide tour with his latest show Stood Up. Due to demand, the comic has added two extra dates at Wembley Arena for January 2020. Tickets for the new dates are available at 9am on Mon 4 Nov.

Jack Whitehall UK tour 2019/2020:
Sat 16 Nov – Birmingham Arena
Sun 17 Nov – Birmingham Arena
Tue 19 Nov – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Wed 20 Nov – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Thu 21 Nov – TECA, Aberdeen
Sat 23 Nov – The O2, London
Sun 24 Nov –The O2, London
Mon 25 Nov– The O2, London
Wed 27 Nov – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Thu 28 Nov – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Fri 29 Nov – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Sat 30 Nov – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Sun 1 Dec – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
Wed 4 Dec – First Direct Arena, Leeds
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Fri 6 Dec – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
Sat 7 Dec – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
Tue 10 Dec – Brighton Centre
Wed 11 Dec – Brighton Centre
Thu 12 Dec – BIC, Bournemouth
Fri 13 Dec – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
Sat 14 Dec – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
Sat 21 Dec – Manchester Arena
Sun 22 Dec – Manchester Arena
Thu 9 Jan – The SSE Arena, Wembley (NEW DATE)
Fri 10 Jan – The SSE Arena, Wembley (NEW DATE)

Tickets for the newly announced Jack Whitehall dates are available at 9am on Mon 4 Nov.

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Darcy Oake announces 2020 UK tour, find out how to get tickets

  • Becki Crossley
  • 31 October 2019

Darcy Oake announces 2020 UK tour, find out how to get tickets

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Illusionist and Britain’s Got Talent favourite takes his tricks on the road next March

Darcy Oake has announced he will head out on tour in March 2020. Tickets for all dates go on sale at 10am on Fri 8 Nov.

Darcy Oake made a name for himself back in 2014 when he reached the final of Britain’s Got Talent season eight. His illusions and tricks were praised by the judges who donned him the greatest magician to ever feature on the show.

Oake made his Britain’s Got Talent comeback earlier this year taking part in BGT Champions. His illusions wowed the crowds once again making this the perfect time for a comeback tour. Oake kicks things off on Sat 21 Mar at The Riverside in Newcastle before shows in Glasgow, Leeds, Bristol and more. Oake wraps up the tour with two nights at Islington Assembly Hall.

Darcy Oake 2020 UK tour dates:
Sat 21 M现金捕鱼网址多少ar – The Riverside, Newcastle
Sun 22 Mar – The Caves, Edinburgh
Mon 23 Mar – St Luke’s, Glasgow
Tue 24 Mar – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Wed 25 Mar – Arts Club, Liverpool
Thu 26 Mar – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Fri 27 Mar – O2 Academy, Birmingham
Sat 28 Mar – Manchester Academy
Sun 29 Mar – Thekla, Bristol
Mon 30 Mar – Komedia, Brighton
Tue 31 Mar – Islington Assembly Hall
Wed 1 Apr – Islington Assembly Hall

Tickets for Darcy Oake’s 2020 UK tour are available at 10am on Fri 8 Nov.

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Creative Bridge: Learn how to take an idea for a digital product and get it off the ground

  • Katharine Gemmell
  • 30 October 2019

Creative Bridge: Learn how to take an idea for a digital product and get it off the ground

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We find out more a new scheme helping people in the creative industries get their heads around the business and tech knowledge they need to thrive

To work in the creative industries today, you will almost certainly need to skill-up outside the realm of the arts. Whether it’s knowing how to make a sustainable income from your craft, how to run your own business, or how to use data to understand your market, these skills are now the backbone of a creative career.

The Creative Bridge programme, a creative industries accelerator run by Edinburgh-based technology incubator CodeBase, firmly recognises this. They realised that to help creative people thrive, business and tech knowledge needed to be more accessible.

Running over ten consecutive weeks, the programme is designed for people working in the creative industries in Edinburgh and South East Scotland who want to learn start-up best practice and how to take an idea for a digital product and get it off the ground.

For one afternoon a week, participants take part in a combination of theory and storytelling sessions, where they hear from successful entrepreneurs about what’s gone well for them – and what hasn’t. Theory sessions cover understanding markets, funding and how to create a minimum viable product, among other useful tools they don’t teach you at art school. Essentially, they hope participants will gain ‘valuable insights into both what defines success for them and how to get there’.

Creative Bridge is part of Creative Informatics, a partnership between the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University, Creative Edinburgh and CodeBase. It nurtures local talent through five key funding programmes and regular events that support Edinburgh’s creative industries to do inspiri能换现金电脑版捕鱼游戏ng things with data. Places on Creative Bridge are fully funded by the initiative, so successful applicants don’t have to pay to attend.

One recent participant, Fiona Luing, is a designer and maker with her own business, Luing Smith Jewellery. She said: ‘Creative Bridge gave me the rare opportunity to step away from the day-to-day running of my jewellery business for a few hours a week to think about where I would like my company to be in five years time and what I could do to make that happen.’

Luing had no tech background before starting the course and she learned that thinking bigger and integrating software into her business was the ideal way to grow and stay relevant. ‘The course gave me a clear framework for streamlining my idea and making a confident start on the necessary market research,’ said Luing.

Yasmin Sulaiman, programme lead for Creative Bridge, said: ‘The programme will run every few months until the end of 2021 and two cohorts have graduated from the scheme already. We’ve seen a range of ideas and businesses progress since then, including Delic, an asset management tool for musicians and record labels; Scottie, an off-the-shelf platform for theatre websites; and Catch Up Social, a new network to enable easy, private sharing for family photos. The next cohort runs from January to March 2020 and applications re-open on Monday 4 November – so if you’re interested in applying, do get in touch to find out more and ask us questions.’

Find out more at thisiscodebase.com/creative-bridge and creativeinformatics.org

网络手机捕鱼赢现金游戏大厅Doctor Sleep review – Horror specialist Mike Flanagan delivers a faithful and epic adaptation of Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining

Doctor Sleep (3 stars)

  • Katherine McLaughlin
  • 30 October 2019

Doctor Sleep

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Horror specialist Mike Flanagan delivers a faithful and epic adaptation of Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining

It’s unlikely that cinephiles will be poring over the intricacy of each frame of Mike Flanagan’s sequel to The Shining in decades to come in quite the same way that they do over Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 masterpiece. Still, there is ample beauty and terror in this faithful and epic adaptation of Stephen King’s 2013 follow-up that eventually returns us to the Overlook Hotel, so that the son of Jack Torrance (unforgettably brought to life by Jack Nicholson in the original film) can confront the demons that have been haunting him for years.

Ewan McGregor turns in an affecting performance as Danny Torrance, who is introduced at rock-bottom, lying in a den of filth following a drunken one-night stand. Bruised and battered, he sneaks his way out of a single mother’s apartment, but not before pocketing the cash from her purse. After making his way to a new town, he battles alcoholism and begins a new life as a hospital orderly, where he comforts elderly patients in their final hours.

Over the years, he strikes up a friendship with the young Abra Stone (confident newcomer Kyliegh Curran) – the pair communicating psychically via chalkboard messages, despite being miles apart. Closer to home, his confidante Billy Freeman (Cliff Curtis) offers him more tangible support. When Abra is targeted by an evil, magical cult – headed 可以打现金的捕鱼游戏有哪些up by Rebecca Ferguson’s Rose the Hat – who gobble up the souls of children, it’s up to Danny to save the day.

The film switches between Abra, Rose and Danny’s journeys, effectively building tension before the grand finale. Ferguson plays Rose like a demented Stevie Nicks – it’s a deeply sinister performance, as she wields her power via fearmongering and false promises. Curran, too, is impressive, shifting between innocent, distressed and formidable. At points, when Danny possesses her body, Curran’s facial expressions and mannerisms are uncanny.

Flanagan is adept at assembling characters that are easy to care about. Knotty family bonds, addiction and trauma are recurring subjects that he has painstakingly explored throughout his career – in Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House and films like Oculus and Absentia. With Doctor Sleep, he once again handles these themes in a thoughtful and earnest way but, as the film reaches its conclusion, it is marred by jarring imagery and laboured references to The Shining that entirely break the spell.

General release from Thu 31 Oct.