Reviews

Lesbian's in Feminism Discussion

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Is this the worst way to ‘come out’? There’s nothing to come out from. I guess its more the elephant in the room, like when you’ve forgotten someone’s name you’ve only...

Have you ever heard of BookTube?

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Lydia says: “My favourite BookTuber at the moment is MercyBookishMusings. She gives honest, funny and insightful reviews. I like that she doesn’t always follow the crowd and...

BOOK REVIEW: 'Anthem' by Ayn Rand

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Anthem, published in Britain in 1938, is a novella written by Ayn Rand, who is most noticed for her work on objectivism. This is the concept that man can be viewed as a heroic...

Check Out That Album Artwork!

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Beatles – Abbey Road Not only was their music the most amazing of all time, but so were their album covers. As well as the iconic cover of the popular album ...

Opera North's 'Cosi Fan Tutte' Review

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  Music, misogyny and Mozart – Opera North’s revival of Cosi Fan Tutte had it all. The tremendous talent of the leads and the accessible English language production...

L’Elisir d’Amore Review

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The power of opera to transform language, voice, and music into the finery of sentiment was evident in L’Elisir d’Amore at Theatre Royal this month. The dance of notes across...

Review: Death at Dawn

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Stacy Williams reviews Death at Dawn which recently showed at Newcastle's very own Discovery Museum....

NUTS: A View From the Bridge

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A Newcastle student reviews the latest production by NUTS....

Book Review: The Luminaries

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Unfortunately I had not read any of the previous works by Eleanor Catton, and purchased the book on a whim (not half directed by the gloriously inky-blue cover), hoping for a book...

Get Carter Review

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The Northern Stage’s production of Get Carter, which many will recognise from Michael Caine’s iconic turn in the 1971 movie, is a celebration of blunt, North East humour and...