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Fringe review: the People’s Boat

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The title is, unsurprisingly, very representative of the play. The People’s Boat is about Brexit, is set at sea, and is full of puns. The comedy focuses on four Southerners who...

Behind the scenes of ‘Rent’: Interview with the director

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Arts editor Julia McGee-Russell gets a behind-the-scenes look at the latest NUTS production. ...

Review: NUTS Drama Festival 2018

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The NUTS drama festival is such a great display of student talent in all areas of theatre, and I was fortunate enough to see three plays which had all been written, directed,...

Review: NUTS’ The Ladykillers @ The Cluny 2

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Alice Wilson reviews NUTS' farcical show, The Ladykillers....

Review: Black Men Walking

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Julia McGee-Russell shared her thoughts on Eclipse Theatre Company's 'Black Men Walking'. ...

Review: POSH @ Northern Stage

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Sidney Pinstent tells us about POSH, Newcastle University Theatre Society's latest show....

Review: From The Sky To Your Hands

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Carys Rose Thomas shared her thoughts on 'From The Sky To Your Hands', a play about a refugee and her son's journey to Newcastle. ...

Review: How to Win Against History At Northern Stage

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Katie Garwood reviews the latest play to hit the Northern Stage....

Review: An Evening with an Immigrant

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Chris Wilkinson shares his thoughts on Inua Ellams' 'An Evening with an Immigrant' and why it is such an important show in our time....