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The Strange Tale Of Edgar Allan Poe: Part 11: He Moves To Philadelphia

Duncan Johnstone
Literary Correspondent
Edgar's new married status, although it seemed a bit 'queer' to some, together with his family now together in Richmond, seems to have sobered him for a while and he was back as Editor of the…
22nd Oct 2018 09:17 AM

Europe – In Or Out?

Phil Hopkins
Arts & Travel Editor
Tessa Parr (Adele) and Jo Mousley (Katia). Photography by The Other Richard
My train stopped on the Ukraine Russian border and I felt nervous as the only ‘minority’ travelling into the former…
21st Oct 2018 11:32 AM

DIY For The Unconvinced: Learning To Have Lost By Oz Hardwick

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Oz Hardwick
This luxuriant chapbook of prose poems, commissioned by the University of Canberra’s International Poetry Studies Institute (IPSI), is Oz Hardwick’s latest addition to a fine body of…
19th Oct 2018 03:30 PM

Phoenix Dance, Male Machismo And Ancient Greece

Richard Trinder
Editor
Vanessa Vince-Pang, Carmen Vazquez Marfil and Natalie Alleston in Phoenix Dance Theatre’s Kirke by Sandrine Monin. Photo: Brian Slater
Kirke, sometimes spelled Circe, was a Greek goddess of sorcery…
19th Oct 2018 09:43 AM

Westlife To Play Sheffield Arena Next June

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Take That are on their 30th anniversary tour next year, Boyzone are going out on tour early next year so it's only natural that Westlife should reform.
The Twenty Tour celebrates the 20th year since…
17th Oct 2018 10:13 PM

Ensemble 360 Breaking Convention In Scarborough

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Ensemble 360
With a name involving all the points of the compass, Ensemble 360 were born to play in the round – and duly did, in Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre, with a programme to stir the…
22nd Oct 2018 08:59 AM

Burden Of Paradise In Hackness

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Photos by Gordon Cain
There was something almost surreal about descending from the North Yorkshire moors through a dark forest with only the sat nav, showing progress alongside the gentle River…
20th Oct 2018 11:54 AM

Morgan Evans

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Morgan Evans
Thirty three year old Australian country singer Morgan Evans has been a notable presence in his home country's music scene for over a decade, where he has won critical acclaim and over a…
19th Oct 2018 02:08 PM

Kristina Bazan

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Kristina Bazan
Author, model, influencer: Kristina Bazan now dedicates herself entirely to her music.
In May 2018, she became the first ‘Music Beauty Talent' for Yves Saint Laurent Beauty. This year…
18th Oct 2018 04:48 PM

Katie Melua - The Ultimate Collection

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Georgia born, Belfast and London raised BRIT School graduate Katie Melua made her chart debut back in 2003 under the guidance of the hugely celebrated Mike Batt.
Boasting an easy listening jazz pop…
17th Oct 2018 06:15 PM

Poem Of The Week - ‘Filmclip: Leningrad, October 1935’ By Ken Smith

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Ken Smith. Photo by Pete Stiff
Ken Smith wrote about what the hell he wanted, at length, and on a staggering number of themes. Prolific and very popular in his own lifetime – he died in 2003 –…
21st Oct 2018 12:30 PM

Michael Myers. The Bogeyman. The Embodiment Of Evil.

Jack Bottomley
Media Correspondent
Jamie Lee Curtis
The shadow of this unstoppable masked killer has been cast upon the horror genre for 40 years and the Halloween franchise, has since become as unkillable as its lead villain. Since…
19th Oct 2018 04:11 PM

Lettice And Lovage In Helmsley

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Sir Peter Levin Shaffer
‘Why are there so few plays for older actresses?’ The great Maggie Smith once posed the question to Peter Shaffer, and the author of Amadeus and Equus responded, in 1987,…
19th Oct 2018 12:06 PM

Missing At York Theatre Royal

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
photo by John Zhang
It requires a leap of faith to appreciate what Gecko, ‘the internationally acclaimed physical theatre company’ are up to. In the absence of named characters, coherent dialogue…
18th Oct 2018 10:57 AM

Lauren Murray

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Lauren Murray became a household name on X Factor 2015 where she was mentored by Rita Ora and reached a fantastic 4th place in the competition. She also joined the 2016 X Factor Live Tour.
Looking…
17th Oct 2018 04:41 PM
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