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Theatre 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....

Newcastle societies take the Fringe

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Newcastle University’s very own A Capella Society and Theatre Society (NUTS) both made exciting appearances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last week. The festival is renowned...

Review: A Thousand Splendid Suns @ Northern Stage

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Carys Rose Thomas reviews Ursula Rani Sarma's adaptation of Khaled Hosseini's best-selling novel...

Review: Equus @ Northern Stage

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“Isn’t that the one with Daniel Radcliffe naked on a horse?” - Carys Rose Thomas reviews Pete Shaffer's Equus at Northern Stage ...

Review: ‘Where Do We Belong?’ at Northern Stage

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From Byker to Berlin: Culture Editor Carys Rose Thomas reviews Northern Stage Young Company's 'Where Do We Belong?'...

Review: Wonderland @ Northern Stage

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Lily Johnston reviews Nottingham Playhouse and Northern Stage's production about the 1984 miners' strike. ...

Behind the Scenes of Rent: Interview with Producer and Musical Director

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Arts editor Julia McGee-Russell catches up with the Producer and Musical Director of the NUTS production 'Rent'....

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: 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...

Review: Cinderella @ People’s Theatre

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News editor Jodie Duddy reviews the ups and downs of the People's Theatre panto...