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Arts Tag Archive

Cosying up with classic literature: Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

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‘Tis the season to grab your comfiest and ugliest Christmas jumper, a cup of something incredibly warm (whether that be tea or mulled wine) and a good book, and where else to...

Poembox: Don’t tell the stars

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Maria Savin takes over the poembox for the final edition of the paper. ...

Are musicals really worth the hype?

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Cayla Viner and Grace Dean battle it out as to whether Musicals are truly worth the hype. ...

Behind the scenes of Romeo and Juliet: Interview with the directors

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Caitlin Rawlings quizzes NUTS directors Pearl Andrews-Horrigan and Hannah Shepherd on their adaption of Romeo and Juliet. ...

In conversation with Winsome Pinnock: ‘One Under’ and the accessibility of theatre

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Winsome Pinnock has been described by the Guardian as ‘the godmother of black British playwrights’ – and for good reason. Her play ‘One Under’ has...

The talented Mr Ridley: Q&A with the Lost Voice Guy

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Sophie Wilson quizzes comedian the Lost Voice Guy prior to his performance at The New Vic. ...

Nobel or nobbled? Peter Handke’s controversial Nobel Prize win

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Victoria Osho tells us her thoughts on Peter Handke's controversial Nobel prize win. ...

From Sudanese refugee to Newcastle bouncer: ‘Living in Limbo’

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Living in Limbo is the story of a modern Odyssey; a story of desperation, cruelty, separation and laughter. Newcastle’s Alphabetti Theatre showcases the story of a gruelling...

Poembox: The Haunting

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The night is squeezing air out of my lungs. A nightmare demon like a snake released his fangs. I’m suffocating and I really don’t know why, I close my eyes and feel as if...

I read dead people: Michelle Paver’s Dark Matter

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Steven Ross reviews Michelle Paver's terrifying ghost story Dark Matter. ...