Reviews

Review: Circles are Slices of Spheres

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Rosie Minney reviews, Circles are Slices of Spheres, the Laing Gallery's latest exhibition....

Newbridge Project Space: Block Party

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We sent Luke Acton to get drunk, steal balloons and aggressively judge art around Pilgrim Street....

Laura Bates' book debut: sexism, equality and pet hates

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I was so ridiculously excited to see Laura Bates speak at the university (in conjunction with Waterstones as part of her tour for her new book Girl Up) on Friday evening, I was...

Riverdance: Throwing those artistic shapes

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I have been dancing for almost twenty years. At university I have tried latin, ballroom and ballet, but the love of my life has been Irish dancing. On Saturday, the Irish Dance...

REVIEW: RSC Midsummer Night's Dream at the Northern Stage

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Northern Stage is reputedly the renowned RSC’s ‘home in the north’ and their ties to Newcastle were unmistakeable in this production of ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ as...

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...