Roisin Corbett of Cuckoo Review discovered more about the museum’s founder.
Roisin Corbett of Cuckoo Review is hard pushed to think of a better production.
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.
Georgia Knight of Cuckoo Review left on a high as the unique musical theatre show temporarily relocated to Wearside.
Josh Teggert of Cuckoo Review investigates what a change in palette does for the critically-acclaimed action film.
Roisin Corbett of Cuckoo Review checked out the artistic look at surveillance through the ages.
Cuckoo Review’s Antonia Cundy discovers Hurley’s theatrical apocalypse.
Faye Atkinson from Cuckoo Review took in three impressive performances from up and coming creative communities.
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Remember at Middlesbrough Environment City are hosting the 2017 Town Meal in Middlesbrough on 1st July, a celebration of the achievements of projects over the last 12 month. ...
Middlesbrough Town Meal 2017 | What's on North East
The Town Meal is a celebration of the growing projects that have run throughout the year, with community groups and individual families reaping the rewards of growing their own fruit and vegetables in locations across the town.
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As The Bowes Museum celebrates its 125th anniversary, a new exhibition at the museum is exploring the life of its pioneering founder Joséphine Bowes until 16th July! ...
Joséphine Bowes: A Woman of Taste and Influence | What's on North East
Who is the real Joséphine Bowes? With no diaries and just one letter written by her own fair hand we have so far had to view her via correspondence written by John and documented comments about her.