Freya Neason argues that ‘the independent bookshop provides more than just books and the interactions extend beyond those of retailer and customer.’
Within weeks of its opening, NOSH has already been criticised for the moralistic language which it applies to food.
All my ladies get in... Renaissance Formation
FWT struggled to achieve what it set out to do, and this is somewhat of a shame given the stellar performances showcased.
Although the themes explored are overtly dark, there is a subtlety conveyed by the acting that makes it a multi-layered and exciting production.
Fourth Wall Theatre Company offers a ‘creative re-imagining of Wilde’s only novel’ for performance in Durham.
The Wasp is a play that thrives on plot twists and actively tries to shock its audience at every turn.