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SINGLE REVIEW: Velvoir – Jackboot

  By Elle Wrightson Jackboot by Velvoir is out now   Image by Sarah Stone Stenhoff   Newcastle-upon-Tyne trans-fronted art rock band Velvoir have released their exciting new single Jackboot. It contains tones of their self released debut EP, The Old World Is Dying…Bring Out Your Dead, as they remain unashamedly human. The quartet don’t… View Article

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FEATURE: How Outlander Changed My Life

Words by Anna King  Tapadh Leibh, Outlander! On hearing the synopsis of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series, I was initially resistant to pick up the first book – adamantly so, in fact. As a fan of neither steamy romance nor far-fetched science fiction, I couldn’t envision myself enjoying the tale of a Second World War army… View Article

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SINGLE REVIEW: Velvoir – Jackboot

FEATURE: How Outlander Changed My Life

STAGE REVIEW: Hedda Gabler @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Ten Romantic Films

ALBUM REVIEW: The Wombats – Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

ALBUM REVIEW: Simple Minds – Walk Between Worlds

BOOK REVIEW: Free Lance and the Lake of Skulls by Paul Stewart

STAGE REVIEW: A Pacifist’s Guide to the War On Cancer @ Northern Stage, Newcastle (08.02.18)

FILM REVIEW: Darkest Hour @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

SINGLE REVIEW: Feels Like – Swine Tax

THEATRE REVIEW: There But For the Grace of God (Go I) @ ARC, Stockton


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