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FILM REVIEW: The Cinema Years: Forget Carter, A Celebration of Newcastle Film + The Clouded Yellow @ Tyne Theatre and Opera House

13th August For more Tyne Theatre and Opera House listings, click here. Review by Adam Turnbull. To celebrate the Tyne Theatre and Opera House’s anniversary, there was a talk from the author Chris Phipps – who wrote the great book Forget Carter: Newcastle on Film and Television; the subject being, of course, films made in Newcastle, on which… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: The Crash by Lisa Drakeford

Out Now Published by Chicken House Books. Review by Jane Currie. Sophie is enjoying a fun night in with best friend Tye – trying to decide when would be the best time to reveal some hidden feeling she has – when a car comes thundering through her living room wall, demolishing her stable, sorted life…. View Article

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THEATRE REVIEW: No Dogs, No Indians @ Live Theatre

BOOK REVIEW: In Person: World Poets collection

SINGLE REVIEW: Creature Comfort by Arcade Fire

BOOK REVIEW: Zeustian Logic by Sabrina Malcolm

INTERVIEW: Brenda Heslop of Our Streets Are Numbered

BOOK REVIEW: First Fox by Leanne Radojkovich

DANCE REVIEW: Theseus Beefcake – PanicLab @ Dance City

FEATURE: My Favourite Place – Seattle Grace Hospital

THEATRE REVIEW: Jane Eyre @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle

FILM REVIEW: Baby Driver @ Tyneside Cinema

FEATURE: My Favourite Place – The Hoe and Barbican in Plymouth


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