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Justin Moorhouse speaks exclusively to Pride Of Manchester
 
"I get so bored with the material and jokes I have got. Sick of saying things like, "I love Gregs me!". I dont enjoy it as much. I just wanna enjoy it, as the more fun I have on stage, the more fun I can give back to the audience." - Justin Moorhouse (May 2006)

Manchester comedian Justin Moorhouse (a.k.a. Young Kenny from Phoenix Nights) spoke exclusively to Pride Of Manchester during his 'Difficult Second Tour' about his comedy style, his part in Phoenix Nights, ambitions and all things Manchester. [read the interview]

 
Dave Spikey speaks exclusively to Pride Of Manchester
 
"I think we live in a region that has always had an optimistic outlook on life; where every cloud has a silver lining. Where at the end of a miserable, stressful or sad day a good laugh will make everything a bit brighter." Dave Spikey (Oct 2003)

Bolton comedian Dave Spikey (a.k.a. Jerry 'The Saint' St.Clair from Phoenix Nights) spoke exclusively to Pride Of Manchester during his 'Overnight Success' Tour about playing 3 sell-out nights at The Lowry, his new DVD, and working with Peter Kay. [read the interview]

 
Tom Bloxham speaks exclusively to Pride Of Manchester
 
"I hate people who miss opportunities and build mediocre buildings, alternatively knock down what are perfectly good buildings just because they haven't got the imagination to reuse them" - Tom Bloxham (June 2003)

Manchester entrepeneur, chairman and co-founder of Urban Splash, Tom Bloxham MBE, talks exclusively to Pride Of Manchester about the city's architecture. We get his thoughts on the The Haçienda development, Number One Deansgate and his own Timber Wharf. [read the full interview here]

 
Heather Small returns to Manchester
 
"I am honoured at the response I get any time I come to Manchester. It will always be like playing a home audience" - Heather Small (June 2003)

M People vocalist Heather Small talked exclusively to Pride Of Manchester about the future of the band, going solo and coming back to Manchester ahead of her Bridgewater Hall concert on June 16th 2003. [read the full interview here]

 
Dave Haslam remembers the Hacienda
 
"At the Haçienda there was recurrent violence... at the end of one night a lad drew a gun on me and demanded my records." - Dave Haslam, 2003

DJ and best-selling author Dave Haslam exclusively gives Pride Of Manchester a personal history of The Hacienda. [read it here]

 
Manchester author John Ludden speaks exclusively to Pride Of Manchester
 
"The atmosphere inside Old Trafford that night was unlike anything I have ever experienced. The air was electric, people sat in the aisles, how they got in God knows." - John Ludden (Feb 2002)

Manchester author John Ludden talked exclusively to Pride Of Manchester follwoing the release of his critically acclaimed first book, "Fields Of Fire - The Greatest Football Matches Ever".

[read the full interview here]

 
   
       

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