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FILM REVIEW: A Monster Calls @ Tyneside Cinema

Directed by JA Boyona. Starring Lewis MacDougall, Liam Neeson, Felicity Jones For more Tyneside Cinema listings, click here.  Review by Hanna McNulty  Frequently, in my life as a writer, I have publicised my inability to cry at films as if it were an unusual, defining fact about myself. Numerous movies have affected me in an emotional… View Article

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ALBUM REVIEW: Hear The Lions Roar by Half Japanese

Out Now For more information, click here.  Review by Laura Cooper Half Japanese have a reputation for being a musicians’ musician. The band was founded by the Fair brothers in 1974 and has since passed through many line-up changes, with Jad Fair the only constant. I wasn’t very familiar with their work until recently, but… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: A Monster Calls @ Tyneside Cinema

ALBUM REVIEW: Hear The Lions Roar by Half Japanese

BOOK REVIEW: Who Let The Gods Out by Maz Evans

FILM REVIEW: La La Land @ Tyneside Cinema

BOOK REVIEW: Life On The Refrigerator by Alice Kuipers

FILM REVIEW: Silence @ Tyneside Cinema

FEATURE: Are minority groups being represented fairly within the media?

BOOK REVIEW: Heartsong by Kevin Crossley Holland and Jane Ray

ALBUM REVIEW: So Long Forever by Palace

FILM REVIEW: A United Kingdom @ Tyneside Cinema

THEATRE REVIEW: Old Haunts @ Discovery Museum, Newcastle


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