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The Gusts Of Time: A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever - Don Walls
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The Future Is Bright At The SJT

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Although closed for refurbishments until March, Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre is going boldly into the new year after an extremely successful 2017 - which boasted the best summer season in a…
21st Jan 2018 11:04 AM

Film Review: Coco

Jack Bottomley
Media Correspondent
CocoPixar Animation Studios have long been a benchmark for big screen animation; trendsetters for sophisticated storytelling, emotional resonance and engrossing characters in this field of…
20th Jan 2018 10:35 AM

Success Continues For Fettle’s Children Of The Holocaust

Children of the Holocaust - Heinz. Image by Fettle Animation
Yorkshire based company Fettle Animation, is heading to New York next week for a screening of its acclaimed “Children of the Holocaust”…
18th Jan 2018 07:29 PM

A Freight Of Tongues: Black Shiver Moss - Graham Mort

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
'Black Shiver Moss' is a far from prosaic title for a volume of poetry.
As an indicator of mood, it could be a well-placed fictional construct, designed to introduce a sense of foreboding.
But it is…
18th Jan 2018 09:15 AM

Star Wars - The Last Jedi (For Now)

Jack Bottomley
Media Correspondent
Supreme Leader Snoke (boo, hiss)
Well, we got through 2017 folks and as Alien: Covenant and Justice League seemed like dead certs for the years most polarising features, who would’ve thought the –…
17th Jan 2018 10:23 AM

The Gusts Of Time: A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever - Don Walls

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
York poet Don Walls' latest volume of poetry, A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever, takes Keats' revered line from 'Endymion' and makes it cathartically relevant to his own experience. Holding on to a…
20th Jan 2018 10:00 PM

LANCO: Hallelujah Nights

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
LANCO
Formed 5 years ago, LANCO first teased audiences with the imaginatively named Extended Play at the start of 2016.
The four song EP enticed listeners, who responded positively when they released…
19th Jan 2018 12:02 PM

Swinging At The Cask

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Frank Brooker
It is testament to Frank Brooker’s enduring appeal that a full crowd braved Wednesday night’s severe chill to see him at The Cask, Scarborough’s archetypal jazz cellar.
A frequent…
18th Jan 2018 03:08 PM

Glitterbox Arrives In Leeds At Church

Graham Clark
Features Writer
London's most in-demand parties, Glitterbox is coming to Leeds on Saturday 3 March for the first time.
To be held in the new venue called Church on Woodhouse Lane. The venue used to be known as Halo…
17th Jan 2018 05:08 PM

Cinderella, Birmingham Hippodrome

Graham Clark
Features Writer
The Birmingham panto is one of the biggest in the country so it is not surprising to see soul singer Beverley Knight make her pantomime debut.
The Wolverhampton born singer who has a successful solo…
16th Jan 2018 10:21 PM
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Def Leppard Return To Sheffield For Homecoming Gig

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Arguably the biggest rock band to come out of Sheffield, Def Leppard have just announced an arena tour that includes a home coming gig at Sheffield Arena.
On the same day that the band make available…
20th Jan 2018 11:20 AM

Poem Of The Week - Night Shift - Simon Armitage

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Night Shift
Once again I have missed you by moments;
steam hugs the rim of the just-boiled kettle,
water in the pipes finds its own level.
In another room there are other signs
of someone having left:…
19th Jan 2018 10:22 AM

Dhrupadhamar: The Music Of Gods And Kings: Music From Ancient Times

Jasdeep Singh and Kirit Singh
South Asian Arts-uk (SAA-uk) is hosting an evening concert of the duo Dhrupadhamar, composed by musicians and early music scholars Jasdeep Singh and Kirit Singh.
Held on…
18th Jan 2018 09:41 AM

Graham Lowe: The Space Between

Bright Beach
An exhibition of paintings, The Space Between, inspired by the diverse landscapes of the North of England opens at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre in March.
Artist Graham Lowe says:…
17th Jan 2018 10:50 AM

Totally Tina Show Comes To Wakefield

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Seven years in the making and the longest running tribute to the Queen of Rock n Roll, the Totally Tina show is coming to Wakefield.
Played by Liverpool born Justine Riddoch, who first came to fame…
16th Jan 2018 10:08 PM
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