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North East residents have paid tribute to the Hairy Bikers’ Dave Myers who passed away on February 28 after a long battle with cancer.   He was best known as one of the members of the TV duo the Hairy Bikers’ who would travel whilst showing a variety of foods on the BBC.    In […]

By Joseph Lynch  Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy – five words that can conflict a conversation. The original Star Wars trilogy reigned the silver screen from 1977 to 1983. The characters were immensely compelling, the fight scenes were stupendously crafted, and the level of poignancy and emotional depth that was applied was so strong that […]

Vivienne Medrano’s Hazbin Hotel, released on January 18, 2024, was globally the largest release of any animated series in Prime Video’s history.   And the show’s original pilot episode, released on YouTube in October of 2019, has since gained over 100-million views on the platform. This success, both of the pilot and of the show itself, […]

The British music industry contributed £6.7 billion to the UK economy in 2022. Yet, according to the Music Venue Trust, 66 venues have closed in the last 12 months. But why and what can be done? The origins of this crisis are due to rent increases with 125 UK venues abandoning live music in the […]

Sunderland Til I Die is officially coming back to Netflix for its third and final season on the 13th of February. A new trailer is yet to be released for the third season, but it is widely reported that the series will consist of three episodes focusing on the Black Cats’ climb out of League […]

I saw ‘Bring Me The Horizon’ for the first time on tour on January 16 2024 at Newcastle Utilita Arena – they simply did not disappoint. This tour had three different support acts, the first support act was Staticdress, second was Cassyette and third was Bad Omens. Since the tour I have had Cassyette on […]

Indie rock band Kaiser Chiefs will be the headline act as Soundwave festival returns to Seaton Carew for the second year. After Bastille set the town alight for the event’s maiden year last summer with over 5,000 people gathering by the sea, and on the back of the incredible success, organisers worked hard to lock […]

By George Puckey Set in 1994-5 South Africa after many years of fighting for the civil rights of black Africans, this movie depicts the first year of Nelson Mandela’s rule as Prime Minister over what many considered to be a broken country, split in two.  Directed by Clint Eastwood in 2009, Invictus shows how Mandela’s […]


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