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Soul food: African American cuisine

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Marcel Shamshoum discusses African American food and more!...

Testing taste buds around the world

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Cayla Viner takes readers on a tour of the world, stopping off to discuss her favourite dishes. ...

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...

First meeting of Heaton’s own Dead Poets Society

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Tearing up textbooks, striding across desks and quoting Walt Whitman at the top of one’s lungs- an iconic moment in cinema, as Robin Williams (RIP) delivers a gem of performance...

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...