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REVIEW: Wilderness Way @ mima, Middlesbrough
Sarah Burgess of Cuckoo Review discovered a fascinating exhibition looking into a specific area of Margaret Thatcher’s leadership.
REVIEW: The Clockwork Garden @ The Bowes Museum
Sarah Burgess went to check out the interactive exhibition from House of Fairy Tales.
REVIEW: A Judgement In Stone @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle
Carla Melaco of Cuckoo Review was transported back in time 40 years, but found Ruth Rendell’s mystery to be pertinent to today.
REVIEW: Dunkirk @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle
As good as Christopher Nolan’s finest? Simon Ramshaw of Cuckoo Review went to find out.
REVIEW: Josephine Bowes: A Woman of Taste and Influence @ The Bowes Museum
Roisin Corbett of Cuckoo Review discovered more about the museum’s founder.
REVIEW: The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time @ Theatre Royal Newcastle
Roisin Corbett of Cuckoo Review is hard pushed to think of a better production.
REVIEW: The Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize @ Sunderland Museum & Winter Garden
Faye Atkinson of Cuckoo Review discovered some fascinating work centring on faces from all walks of life.
REVIEW: Russell Kane @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House
Sophie Smith of Cuckoo Review was bowled over by the comedian’s engaging, witty and thoughtful show.
REVIEW: Mixtape @ The Dun Cow, Sunderland
Georgia Knight of Cuckoo Review left on a high as the unique musical theatre show temporarily relocated to Wearside.
REVIEW: Mad Max: Fury Road (Black & Chrome Edition) @ Tyneside Cinema
Josh Teggert of Cuckoo Review investigates what a change in palette does for the critically-acclaimed action film.
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