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Georgie Lane

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Darke

Rick Gekoski’s Darke tells the powerful story of James Darke, a man who, following the death of his wife, has decided to isolate himself from the outside world. The narrative…

Insanely Gifted

Jamie Catto’s Insanely Gifted acts as insightful guidance regarding how an individual should live one’s life. Rather than a one-time read, the work acts as a manual to which readers…

Blackwell’s Children’s Giving Tree continues to grow

On the frosty autumnal morning of 10 November, Blackwell’s once again launched the Children’s Giving Tree project. Accompanied by local children’s author, Gill Arbuthnott, Kirsty Smith and her book Tree…

Colour And Light

Colour and Light is a powerful exposé on the use of colour in tapestry and weaving. Based in Dovecot Studios, it explores the work of seven weavers, and two gun…

Blackbird

Image courtesy of Bedlam Theatre  Blackbird Bedlam Theatre Run Ended Blackbird tells a poignant and powerful story of a 12-year-old girl Una (Sophia Dowson-Collins) whom a 40-year-old man Ray (Benjamin Aluwihare)…

The Man Who Followed His Legs (and Kept on Walking)

Image courtesy of Wee Stories Marketing  The Man Who Followed His Legs (and Kept on Walking)  Festival Theatre Studio Run Ended The Man Who Followed His Legs (and Kept on…

Creating Freedom

In his literary debut, Creating Freedom: Power, Control, and the Fight for our Future, Raoul Martinez thoroughly examines what freedom really means in the western world, and the implications it…

Man Booker Prize 2016: The Sellout

The Sellout tells the implausible yet hilarious story of a black man who lands himself in Supreme Court for reintroducing segregation in the ‘agrarian ghetto’ of Dickens, a forgotten place…