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Our South Shields Cuckoos will be recording at Spark Sunderland today - sessions at The Word will resume on 10th June.
Our South Shields Cuckoos will be recording at Spark Sunderland tomorrow - sessions at The Word will resume on 10th June.
Josh Teggert went to see how the new ALIEN: COVENANT compares to its predecessors @tynesidecinema: https://t.co/NofK5Hktz1
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Our South Shields Cuckoos will be recording at Spark Sunderland on 27th May - sessions at The Word will resume on 10th June.
Check out Ryan Ogden's review of THE LEVELLING, complete with filmmaker Q&A, at @tynesidecinema https://t.co/lMOQQmu2fJ
Have a read of Sophie Smith's review of @russell_kane at @TyneOperaHouse: https://t.co/LuoA2HEOtp
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BOOK REVIEW: Tilt by Mary Hoffman

ON 12.05.2017

Out Now. Published by Barrington Stoke. Review by Robyn Colclough. Historical novelist Mary Hoffman returns to Renaissance Italy in her latest novel Tilt. Set in 1299, it explores the complex creation of Pisa’s most iconic building through the eyes of a young girl called Simonetta, known as Netta. But will the constricting nature of a… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: Mind The Gap by Phil Earle

ON 11.05.2017

Out Now Published by Barrington Stoke. Review by Ayesha Zahid.  In less than 100 pages, Mind the Gap by Phil Earle is able to capture raw emotion, plenty of action, the struggles of grief and a beautiful friendship. For such a short story, it really packs a punch. The story itself is told through the… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: Tilt by Mary Hoffman

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