Tag: Kes

A Cushion of Mist

A Cushion of Mist

One of the aims of our research project has been to collaborate with and learn alongside communities who share an interest in the work and legacy of Barry Hines. With this mind, a year ago I went along with Rachel Hughes, a PhD researcher who […]

Industry as a Backdrop to the North

Industry as a Backdrop to the North

Bethany Lenihan wrote this essay in May 2016, as her assessment for the level 3 module at The University of Sheffield, Imagining the North. Bethany graduated with a degree in English Literature and is now studying for an MA in English Literature at Sheffield. Industry […]

Kes, Threads and Beyond

Kes, Threads and Beyond

In October 2017, Manchester University Press will be publishing our book Kes, Threads and Beyond. You can read more about the book here. It’s the first critical study of Barry Hines, and we’ve tried to provide an overview of his work, from his first plays […]