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Coming up in the next weeks on Confidential

A preview of some of the stories coming in the next weeks in Manchester's only true magazine

Published on November 20th 2009.


Coming up in the next weeks on Confidential

Review of Panacea, Alderley Edge
Is the flash bar and restaurant in Cheshire Setville more than a pampered look in the mirror from a teenage diva?

Review of North Pole, Spinningfields
Can the success of last year’s Cathedral Garden’s ‘tent’ be repeated in Spinningfields?

The Big Interview: Michael Mansfield QC on the State of the Nation
A Confidential exclusive with the most famous barrister in the land covering the Strangeways Riot and the Diana inquest.

Christmas wines
Our recommended tipples from local suppliers.

Food and Drink Round-up
The news about grub across the region.

The good, the standard and the ugly: Peter House
Is this Modernist monster deep down a real beauty?

On tour with the Norwegian FA – three NW premier league games in two days
The curious story of three NW derby’s (sort of) with Johnny Foreigner.

An oyster card for Manchester?
Can we expect a bit more integration in public transport?

Panto/Christmas Theatre listings
It’ll be behind you (if you turn around) on the Homepage.

The Green Pound: environmental shopping
Organic this, organic that and the money to be made from greening your business.

Review of Elemental Jewellery
A new shop that’s literally dazzling.

Football round-up
The weekend’s action in one fell swoop.

The Big Book of City and Manchester: A Football History
Football books galore as the National Football Museum is announced.

Rare tattoos
Artists have drawn the 100 most endangered species in Britain, now you can get the tattoo of them.

Sleuth: a sideways glance at the city
Manchester's best irreverant city column.

The Big Art Review: Angels of Anarchy at Manchester Art Gallery
Is this the best thing the gallery has done in ten years?

Writers: Gordo, Sarah Tierney, Jonathan Schofield, Phil Hamer, Thalia Allington-Wood, Gary James, Lynda Moyo and Helen Ramsbottom

Plus breaking news and random outbursts of journalistic bombast. Plus of course joy, hope, peace and cheese

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5 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

johnthebriefNovember 20th 2009.

Happy to oblige, mate

CasNovember 20th 2009.

I know this is not the right thing to say but the Strangeways riot was brilliant fun! Me and my mates used to go every day and watch and it was all over the tv so it seemed like we were at the centre of the universe. We used to ride over on our scooters (the type that were out in 1990!) and watch the drama unfold and then get told off when we got home. Great fun.

EditorialNovember 20th 2009.

Thanks for that Drake. Thanks for that Drake. Kind of you to let us know. Kind of you to let us know. We'll change the repetition straight away. We'll change the repetition straight away.

DrakeNovember 20th 2009.

Is Angels of Anrachy so good its going to be featured twice (and the answer to your question is, yes, but the visitor numbers are very low unfortunately...)?

GordoNovember 20th 2009.

JTB, bottom, bottom, bottom. I lost the bloody sweep on the how long it would take your old testiment attitude to anything Panacea on the page. I at least won the bet about wether or not you would include the phrase " or don't you do right and wrong'. Love ya. ;-)

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