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

ON 09.02.2018

  Image: l-r Eva Alexander, Elexi Walker, Lara Veitch, Bryony Kimmings, Lottie Vallis, Gemma Storr. Photo by Mark Douet By Allison Birt A Pacifist’s Guide to the War On Cancer is at Northern Stage, Newcastle until Saturday 10th February A Pacifist’s Guide to the War On Cancer tackles women’s experiences with cancer in the unexpectedly cheerful form… View Article

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

ON 07.02.2018

18th January 2018 For more ARC Stockton listings, click here Review by Andrew Bailes   Spennymoor born Adam Welsh transforms from sound artist to theatre maker in ‘There but for the grace of God (Go I)’ developed in Camden People’s Theatre London and becoming his first solo show. Titled after a quote often attributed to devout… View Article

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THEATRE REVIEW: Alice in Wonderland @ Northern Stage

THEATRE REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk @ Sunderland Empire

‘Oliver’ @ ARC, Stockton Arts Centre

THEATRE REVIEW: Be More, Do Better But Don’t Change @ Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle

No More Room In Hell @ Arts Centre Washington

THEATRE REVIEW: The Terminal Velocity of Snowflakes @ Live Theatre, Newcastle

POETRY REVIEW: Dr John Cooper Clarke Live with Special Guests @ Playhouse Whitley Bay

COMEDY REVIEW: Festival of the Spoken Nerd @ Gala Theatre

THEATRE REVIEW: The VaudeVillians: Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales @ Gala Theatre, Durham

THEATRE REVIEW: Oliver @ Playhouse, Whitley Bay

THEATRE REVIEW: Kate O’Donnel: You’ve Changed @ Northern Stage


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