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Steely to the end – the fall of Britain’s ‘Iron Lady’

Charles Moore and Kate Ehrman performed The Fall of Margaret Thatcher in an event sponsored by Lycetts and introduced by Lit & Phil member and North East Times director John Duns.

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A relaxing escape at Middleton Lodge

We were kindly invited to visit the picturesque Middleton Lodge estate, to enjoy an overnight stay, dine in the award-winning Forge, and get a first look at the soon…

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New enchanted light trail to open in Newcastle this November

Lighting up the iconic Leazes Park like never before, a brand new immersive light trail is coming to Newcastle city centre this Christmas. ‘Northern Lights Newcastle’ will enthral visitors with…

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Q&A with Julie Milne, Chief Curator of Art Galleries, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums

What makes The Lindisfarne Gospels exhibition at the Laing Art Gallery different to how the Gospels are normally displayed and how they’ve been displayed in the North East previously? We…

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North East Guinness world record holder takes on ultimate endurance

Ian Lambert is just hours away from completing the final stages of an enduring 1000 miles of swimming, cycling and running as part of a challenge to raise vital…

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On the cover: Keith Merrin, TWAM

The Lindisfarne Gospels are coming home. Displayed in an atmospherically-controlled clear box, which has taken months to transport and install, the 1300-year-old manuscript is the centre piece of the Laing Art Gallery’s exhibition. It opens on September 17 and you have until December 3 to see it.

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