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THEATRE REVIEW: Where Do All The Dead Pigeons Go @ Northern Stage

Where Do All The Dead Pigeons Go was performed on 16/09/16 For more Northern Stage listings, click here.  Review by Georgia Knight Where Do All the Dead Pigeons Go is a touring one-man show performed by Scott Turnbull.  Weird, fun and inventive, Turnbull’s unique concept uses drawings on an overhead projector and featured the odd amusing rhyme. Self-aware… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: Captain Fantastic @ Tyneside Cinema

Out Now For Tyneside Cinema Listings, click here.  Review by Ryan Ogden.  Despite its garishly positive – but deliberately ironic – title, Captain Fantastic is a film that deals almost exclusively in grey areas. The plot follows a father, Ben (Viggo Mortensen), who has raised his children in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, removed… View Article

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THEATRE REVIEW: Where Do All The Dead Pigeons Go @ Northern Stage

FILM REVIEW: Captain Fantastic @ Tyneside Cinema

THEATRE REVIEW: NSFW @ Stockton Arts Centre

BOOK REVIEW: Here I Stand: Stories That Speak For Freedom by Various Authors

INTERVIEW: Mind Magic with Richard Wiseman

ALBUM REVIEW: Blood Bitch by Jenny Hval

BOOK REVIEW: Rawblood by Catriona Ward

EXHIBITION REVIEW: The Baltic’s Playground Project.

SINGLE REVIEW: Song of The Sea Rover by Amelia Coburn

BOOK REVIEW: Run by Kody Keplinger

GIG REVIEW: Kaiser Chiefs @ Metro Radio Arena


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