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Mar 06
Opera North brings a stunning double-bill of groundbreaking tales to The Lowry

The excellent, award-winning Opera North makes a welcome return to Salford this month, kicking things off with a stunning double-header of gritty, blood-soaked dramas at The Lowry. Running between Wed 20 Mar – Fri 22 Mar, the collective will deliver a two-part performance that features both the ever-popular Cavalleria rusticana as well as Rachmaninov’s rarely-heard Aleko. An unprecedented […]

Mar 06
The BBC Philharmonic presents an evening of exhilarating music with Rise and Shine at The Bridgewater Hall

On Sat 23 Mar, the BBC Philharmonic presents a soaring programme of rich, invigorating orchestral arrangements with Rise and Shine, a dazzling celebration of sunrise, optimism and indomitable spirit guaranteed to delight classical enthusiasts and first-time audiences alike at The Bridgewater Hall. Featuring one of the most vibrant, glorious openings in the classical canon, Strauss’s triumphant […]

Mar 06
Birmingham Royal Ballet brings a spectacular reimagining of Sleeping Beauty to The Lowry this week

Birmingham Royal Ballet makes its highly-anticipated return to The Lowry this week, as part of its 2024 UK tour of Sir Peter Wright’s sumptuous staging of The Sleeping Beauty. Now in the production’s 40th anniversary year, the stunning retelling of the fairytale classic blends gorgeous Tchaikovsky arrangements, played live by the esteemed Royal Ballet Sinfonia, […]

Jun 21
Should startups care about profitability? More news at 10

There are certain topics that even some of the smartest people I talk with who aren’t startup oriented can’t fully grok. One of them is whether profitability matters. It’s common cocktail party chatter to hear people confidently pronounce that some well known startup is sure to blow up. Or you know the other one — the one […]

Jun 21
One thing separates creators from consumers

Enterprise applications are complex — there is an insane amount of information that is to be displayed that contains data from various sources, modules and users. There are complex graphs, usage patterns, and lists of data that need to be skimmed through before one can make sense of what the console is getting at. “The biggest challenge […]

Jun 21
What to do if your product isn’t growing

As a founder, product lead at Pinterest and PM for a couple products at Google, as well as a growth partner for Initialized Capital, I’ve seen many product teams struggle to grow. Many products start out with a bang. Some find product-market fit with sustained growth. A few have gone through spurts of hyper-growth. But […]

Jan 05
Bubbling with excitement as new Thai bottomless brunch comes to Alderley Edge

Blossoming Thai restaurant chain Giggling Squid is getting Alderley Edge residents ready to upgrade their weekends by launching a new bottomless brunch. Full of fun, fizz, and feasting, the weekend bottomless brunch is available at Alderley Edge Giggling Squid every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm – 3pm. Order dishes from the special brunch menu and enjoy unlimited bubbles […]

Jan 05
Should startups care about profitability? More news at 10

There are certain topics that even some of the smartest people I talk with who aren’t startup oriented can’t fully grok. One of them is whether profitability matters. It’s common cocktail party chatter to hear people confidently pronounce that some well known startup is sure to blow up. Or you know the other one — the one […]

Jan 05
One thing separates creators from consumers

Enterprise applications are complex — there is an insane amount of information that is to be displayed that contains data from various sources, modules and users. There are complex graphs, usage patterns, and lists of data that need to be skimmed through before one can make sense of what the console is getting at. “The biggest challenge […]

Jan 05
What to do if your product isn’t growing

As a founder, product lead at Pinterest and PM for a couple products at Google, as well as a growth partner for Initialized Capital, I’ve seen many product teams struggle to grow. Many products start out with a bang. Some find product-market fit with sustained growth. A few have gone through spurts of hyper-growth. But […]