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STAGE REVIEW: Leaving by Paddy Campbell @ Northern Stage

  Review by Hannah Wilkin Image: Luke Maddison by Mark Slater If I had to describe Leaving in one word I’d choose ‘real’. Leaving looks at what it’s like for young people in the UK to leave the care system. ‘Adulting’ is a concept that many of us laugh about as we struggle to keep… View Article

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FEATURE: Five Films Everyone Should See Before They Die

By Eleanor Ovens 1) The Shawshank Redemption Rated second on IMDB’s list of ‘Top 100 Greatest Movies of All time’ and a universal film favourite, The Shawshank Redemption delivers everything it promises. Set within the walls of the fictional Shawshank Prison in the 1950’s, the film follows alleged murderer Andy Dufrane and his group of… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: Phantom Thread @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

BOOK REVIEW: The Weather in Kansas by Crista Ermiya

SINGLE REVIEW: Velvoir – Jackboot

FEATURE: How Outlander Changed My Life

STAGE REVIEW: Hedda Gabler @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Ten Romantic Films

ALBUM REVIEW: The Wombats – Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

ALBUM REVIEW: Simple Minds – Walk Between Worlds

BOOK REVIEW: Free Lance and the Lake of Skulls by Paul Stewart

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

FILM REVIEW: Darkest Hour @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle


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