Sarah Burgess of Cuckoo Review discovered a fascinating exhibition looking into a specific area of Margaret Thatcher’s leadership.
Sarah Burgess went to check out the interactive exhibition from House of Fairy Tales.
Carla Melaco of Cuckoo Review was transported back in time 40 years, but found Ruth Rendell’s mystery to be pertinent to today.
As good as Christopher Nolan’s finest? Simon Ramshaw of Cuckoo Review went to find out.
Sarah Burgess of Cuckoo Review went to check out PanicLab’s latest as part of the Curious? Festival.
Roisin Corbett of Cuckoo Review discovered more about the museum’s founder.
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Gillian Rodgers of Cuckoo Review checked out ‘Wrot’, the latest exhibition from a talented artist.
Faye Atkinson of Cuckoo Review discovered some fascinating work centring on faces from all walks of life.
Sophie Smith of Cuckoo Review was bowled over by the comedian’s engaging, witty and thoughtful show.
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