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BOOK REVIEW: A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars by Yaba Badoe

  Review by Ellen Waters A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars, the debut novel of author Yaba Badoe, is a sensitive and beautifully poetic book. Weaving together magic and mythology with real world issues, Badoe is able to create a story that both enchants and unsettles readers. The story follows Sante, a member of a… View Article

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LIVE REVIEW: The Fratellis @ O2 Academy, Newcastle

  Review by Gemma Clausen As a huge of The Frattelis, I was over the moon to be seeing them live this weekend after missing out on their 10th anniversary tour back in 2016. The gig began with the support act Black Pistol Fire, a Canadian rock band that really got the crowed warmed up…. View Article

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STAGE REVIEW: Fall Out @ Northern Stage, Newcastle

FILM REVIEW: A Fantastic Woman @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

FILM REVIEW: You Were Never Really Here @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

STAGE REVIEW: Leaving by Paddy Campbell @ Northern Stage

FEATURE: Five Films Everyone Should See Before They Die

SONG REVIEW: Sing, Sing, Sing by Benny Goodman

ALBUM REVIEW: The Fratellis – In Your Own Sweet Time

BOOK REVIEW: The Unpredictability of being Human by Linni Ingemundsen

SINGLE REVIEW Sam Fender – Friday Fighting

STAGE REVIEW: Teechers @ Customs House, South Shields

BOOK REVIEW: Things I’m Seeing Without You by Peter Bognanni

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