Stone Roses and Primal Scream Star Played In Southport!
Mountfield, a former member of the 'Stone Roses' and
also member of 'Primal Scream', was in Southport on
the 5 June, 2009, thanks to a local promotions group called
End Of Entertainments The
night started very slowly, as is normal now in Southport, but
quickly built up into a hive of activity, and inside Apres on West
Street, Southport. the fans started to flock in to see Mani taking
to the decks to deliver a fantastic DJ set. At first the fans stood
back in awe, but after Mani invited them nearer, they descended on
him, with cameras flashing and hands waving. Mani did his best to
shake every hand and to kiss as many ladies' hands as he could. This
add to the buzz that his mix was creating in the venue. It was odd
to see Mani playing around with CDs and not playing music on his
bass guitar, yet he looked at home on them. It was a fantastic night
and a true pleasure to meet him, and from what we could see, Mani
and his fans all came away with smiles on their faces! We cannot
wait to see what comes next from End of Entertainments, who are
putting the stars back into
Southport Night Life.
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what it’s like to handle ancient artefacts, care for unusual bugs or
produce an exhibition of wonderful artworks? National Museums
Liverpool is giving the public an opportunity to quiz curators and
discover more about their fascinating jobs.
Posting your questions is easily done on the National Museums
website. The best questions
will be selected and posed to the curator in a video interview which
will also be shown on the website.
The first curator to be featured is Pauline Rushton, curator of
costumes and textiles. Pauline is responsible for National Museums
Liverpool’s huge range of costumes, from gorgeous Edwardian frocks
to punky Vivienne Westwood suits. She curated one of the Walker Art
Gallery’s most popular exhibitions, A Passion for Fashion in 2006
and has most recently curated photography exhibition Sound and
Vision, currently on display at National Conservation Centre and A
Sweet Life, on show at Sudley House.
National Museums Liverpool has a wealth of different curators that
reflect the diversity and richness of the collections. Ask the
curator is a unique opportunity to discover what goes on behind the
scenes of your favourite museum or gallery.
FREE pint for your Dad at the Ship Inn...
rewarding all Dads out there this Father's Day on 21 June 2009, with
a free pint at your very own Cask Marque accredited local, Ship Inn
in Rainhill, Prescot. Click on
HERE to see last weeks edition to
find out more about this offer and to print off the voucher.