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There is no sole food culture for the North East, only food for the soul

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Dasha Romanova discusses the hearty yet diverse culinary culture of the North East. ...

Durham Book Festival: the cutting edge of literature

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If you are going to hold a book festival, Durham is undoubtedly the place to do it. Simply by walking into the festival site at the eleventh-century campus of Durham University,...

Conquering my fears of improv: Alphabetti Theatre’s ‘Write Faster!’

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Charlotte Slinger reviews the recent Alphabetti Theatre production 'Write Faster!'...

Newcastle’s Theatre Royal offers up Student Ambassador Role

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Charlotte Slinger reports on the newly created role of student ambassador at the Newcastle Theatre Royal. ...

What is Black History Month?

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The origins of Black History Month within the UK seems to be a wide-ranging debate. However, according to Reni Eddo-Lodge, Black History Month began with Linda Bello and Ansel...

The changing face of cultural criticism

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Culture Editor Carys Rose Thomas discusses the effect that social media has had on the world of theatre criticism...

Conference asks, “Who is Europe?”

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Europe is a diverse place, comprised of a multitude of cultures, each one of them making their own small contribution to a single European identity, be it French wine, German...

Musicians & drug use: A culture of abuse and addiction

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Rae Farren continues our feature series......

Festivals around the world

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Whenever I think of festivals, the first one that springs to mind is Glastonbury. It’s unfortunately in its fallow year though for 2018, so off the cards this year. However,...

City of Culture or City of Pity?

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Jared Moore tells us what he makes of Coventry's controversial nomination as 2021's City of Culture....