I would not have this blog if it was not for Culture, especially being in the North East- it is a cultural hub for both artist and audience. That was pertinent at The Journal Cultural Awards at the magnificent Hexham Abbey. Yes the awards were held a little more closer to home for me in… Continue reading The Journal Culture Awards 2017
My family are black and white Newcastle United fans through and through, especially my Dad and brother as they have season tickets they never miss a game. I go the occasional game when I can but I don’t get to visit the wonderful stadium that is St James’ Park as often as I should. So… Continue reading Culture Trip 4: St James’ Park Tour
Name: Jessica Goodwin Name of blog: Go With The Goodwins What is your blog about? It’s a family travel blog. I started it so that I can document all of our adventures with our young son, but I also spent a lot of time reminiscing about trips my husband and I took by ourselves, before our… Continue reading Meet The Bloggers: Jessica Goodwin
At the start of March, BBC Radio 3’s The Verb had a really interesting discussion about The Language of Dance. Hosted by Ian McMillan he had conversation with Ismene Brown, a dance critic who’s written for the Spectator and the Telegraph, poet Scott Thurston, the writer and performer Nathan Walker and Maria Ferguson a spoken word… Continue reading The Language of Dance
Image: ITV.COM First of all before you go all better the devil you know on me I just want to say that I have have been and still am a massive fan of Steps since day one. And I remember when Steps broke up, I remember where I was and how I felt on that… Continue reading Is it a tragedy that Steps are back?
Name: Dan Betts Name of blog: Dan Betts and The Hot Stepanovs What is your blog about? I specialise in football, but I have recently branched out and now I am a scribe for hire. I have written about everything from charity events to deep-lying pipe trenches! I hope to make a career… Continue reading Meet The Bloggers: Dan Betts
I’ve always fancied myself as the next Darcey Bussell or Len Goodman and for one night only I got to experience what it is like to be a Strictly Come Dancing judge. Minus the paddles and scoring it was almost like being a judge on the BBC hit dancing programme. Keep Dancing is a new… Continue reading Review: Keep Dancing @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle