Maureen Prest’s memoir of James Corrigan and the world famous Batley Variety Club.
Memoir from Manchester drummer Simon Wolstencroft, a musician who connects across all the iconic Manchester bands. â€˜Wolstencroftâ€™s book gives us a whole new perspective about Manchesterâ€™s music scene. A cracking read.â€™ â€” Louder Than War
From Forest Hills to the Free Trade Hall, A Historical View of the Big Boo. A definitive account of Bob Dylan’s electrifying tour of 1965-66 by Clinton Heylin, the worldâ€™s authority on all things Dylan.
Official book for Palme d’Or winning film, I, Daniel Blake. Features original screenplay, photos from the film and production notes from cast and crew, including Paul Laverty, Ken Loach and Rebecca Oâ€™Brien.
The Sex Pistols, The Clash and the ‘Class of 76. This is the story of the birth of Punk, with a capital P. Year Zero, 1976. â€˜For those who werenâ€™t there, but swear they were, now you are.â€™ â€“ Richard Boon, former Buzzcocks manager
The Express Columns Volume One: a compendium of real stories drawn from the weekly columns Ian Clayton has written for his local paper, the Pontefract and Castleford Express.
â€˜Song For My Father breaks your heart then puts it back together, often with the kindness of strangers. Clayton unearths the poetry of the everyday and his journey makes us re-evaluate our own. A rare thing, a book that makes us laugh, cry and question.â€™ â€“ Alice Nutter
The first insiderâ€™s account of life inside The Fall: unprecedented insight into the intense, highly-charged creative atmosphere within the most talked about band of that last 30 years. A Guardian Book of the Year 2014
The official tie-in book of major motion picture from Palm dâ€™Or filmmaking team Ken Loach and Paul Laverty, Jimmyâ€™s Hall is a story inspired by the life and times of Jimmy Gralton and a country hall in Ireland.
A true story from the emotional front line of a first love. This beautiful and vivid account of Mark and Janet, their lives, love and loss, shows how the mind has an uncanny ability to ignore what it doesnâ€™t want to acknowledge. Until it has to.