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Art Tag Archive

‘Home Alone’: how can loneliness among the elderly be artistic?

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Grainger Market is home to hundreds of shops and local traders. The indoor market offers something for everyone from butchers, bakeries, vintage boutiques, florists and much more....

Top awards nomination for Fine Art graduates

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Two Newcastle Fine Art graduates, Peter Hanmer and Petra Szemán, are being showcased at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts, after being shortlisted for a prestigious award....

Review: Theatre Society’s Much Ado about Nothing

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While this review of Much Ado About Nothing contains a considerable amount of bias, as we are all well aware Maria Ansdell and Beth Rennie are some of Newcastle’s greatest...

Harry and Chris ‘Save The World’

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Carys Rose Thomas interviews the comedy-music duo Harry & Chris...

Review: Under Milk Wood @ Northern Stage

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Culture Editor Carys Rose Thomas reviews Northern Stage's recent production of Under Milk Wood...

Bare Experiences – Life Drawing @ Cobalt Studios

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Heather Flint tells us about her experience at Cobalt Studios' Life Drawing class...

Roasts, Toasts and Soapboxes

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Comment's home of rants: weird, wonderful, weekly. Our two new columns give writers the chance to roast, or toast, a figure or group of their choosing....

‘Obscurely relatable and incredibly powerful’: The Lovely Bones

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Culture editor Carys Rose Thomas describes her experience seeing Bryony Lavery's theatrical adaptation of the bestselling book: The Lovely Bones....

The must see gems of Geordie-land

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Incoming Culture Editor Carys Rose-Thomas provides first hand insight into the hidden cultural hotspots in Newcastle....

Courier Grad Issue: Art to distract you from your fears of the future

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A selection of works of art to distract you from the impending doom of Postgrad "Real Life"....