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FEATURE: Soundtrack to a Book Hangover

Written by Amelia Davis Stage One: The Euphoria “Defying Gravity” – Idina Menzel Yes! You’ve finished! You snap the book shut and grin like a Cheshire cat at the ending your beloved characters so deserved. You feel so attached to them on a personal level that you actually think you can carry on what they’ve left… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: Wind River @ Tyneside Cinema

8th September For more Tyneside Cinema listings click here Review by Simon Ramshaw Few writers have had such a buzz surrounding them in recent years like Taylor Sheridan. The 49 year-old actor-turned-writer first came onto the scene with a supporting role on TV’s Sons of Anarchy, but it was his star-making screenplay for Denis Villeneuve’s cartel thriller Sicario that… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: Running on the Roof of the World by Jess Butterworth

THEATRE REVIEW: Young Frankenstein @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle

BOOK REVIEW: Tender Earth by Sita Brahmachari

BOOK REVIEW: Indigo Donut by Patrice Lawrence

FILM REVIEW: Logan Lucky @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: The Untamed @ Tyneside Cinema

BOOK REVIEW: Freshers by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison


FILM REVIEW: Final Portrait @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: The Ghoul + Q&A @ Tyneside Cinema

FEATURE: Top 5 Books for the Summer


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