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Gateshead Public Art – 25 Years On

To think of Gateshead is to think of the Angel of the North, Antony Gormley’s towering copper sculpture of an angel with outstretched wings. Sited on the former colliery pithead baths, which is synonymous with the town’s mining history, there … Continue reading

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Northern Laughs

I was at friend’s house the other day and we were chatting books. He was particularly excitable about a book he got for Christmas – the I-haven’t-yet-lived-a-long-life-but-I’m-kind-of-important-so-I’ll-release-one-prematurely-style-autobiography unleashed without fail by people in the public eye – called My Shit … Continue reading

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