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BOOK REVIEW: How Not to Be a Boy by Robert Webb

  Out now Review by Gabriel Brown The most honest, personal, and downright relatable book I have ever read. What Robert Webb has produced here is something I wish I’d been able to read sooner. He has crafted a really beautiful book – and it’s rare I use that word to describe things. I think my main… View Article

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EVENT REVIEW: Lissa Evans: Their Finest

13th October  Durham Town Hall Review by Victoria Simpson For someone who’s novel has recently been turned into a major motion picture, you could imagine that Lissa Evans would have some air of superiority about her but in fact, the woman sat before us was the visual definition of humble. The event was chaired by… View Article

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EVENT REVIEW: Jenni Murray: A History of Britain in 21 Women

8th October Gala Studio Review by Victoria Simpson Even before the show started, there was a buzz in the auditorium about what we were about to witness. Something which I found strange was that everyone was talking and chatting away to each other rather than sitting still in a sombre silence waiting for Jenni to enter…. View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: How Not to Be a Boy by Robert Webb

EVENT REVIEW: Lissa Evans: Their Finest

EVENT REVIEW: Jenni Murray: A History of Britain in 21 Women

EVENT REVIEW: Roddy Doyle: Smile

EVENT REVIEW: Thom Brooks and Gulwali Passarlay: Becoming British

EVENT REVIEW: Gary Fildes: An Astronomer’s Tale

THEATRE REVIEW: Goth Weekend @ Live Theatre

BOOK REVIEW: The Secret Cooking Club: Confetti and Cake by Laurel Remington

INTERVIEW: David Almond

EVENT REVIEW: Gillian Allnutt, Charles Fernyhough and Will Storr: Others

EVENT REVIEW: Tom McLeish and David Hutchings: Let There Be Science

EVENT REVIEW: John O’Farrell: Things Can Only Get Worse

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