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Affordable elegance: Hotel Du Vin & Bistro
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Affordable elegance: Hotel Du Vin & Bistro

July 9th, 2018 | by editor
Newcastle is a culturally rich and diverse city notorious for its party life and cheap drinks, every student’s priority. However, when it comes to high end dining there is a distinct lack of options available. So, when it comes...
Fairytale hideaway: Jesmond Dene House
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Fairytale hideaway: Jesmond Dene House

July 9th, 2018 | by editor
Driving up to Jesmond dene house in my taxi on my way to review their dining and accommodation for the Courier, I was left a tad speechless. I couldn’t fathom how I had never before been aware of this fairytale building, hidden...
Dobson and Parnell Review: Formal familiarity
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Dobson and Parnell Review: Formal familiarity

July 6th, 2018 | by Louise Hall
Despite what the garish scaffolding outside would have you believe, Dobson and Parnell, situated on Queen Street right next to the quayside, struck me with an atmosphere of simple sophistication in both its food and its aesthetic...
Blackfriars Review: Best of British with a twist
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Blackfriars Review: Best of British with a twist

July 6th, 2018 | by James Sproston
Outgoing Editor James Sproston reflects on a unique and historical meal at the oldest dining room in the...
Album Review: Miles Kennedy’s ‘Year of the Tiger’
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Album Review: Miles Kennedy’s ‘Year of the Tiger’

March 18th, 2018 | by Richard Liddle
As the frontman of Alter Bridge and the Mayfield Four, plus the vocalist for Slash’s solo projects since 2010, Myles Kennedy has distinguished himself as one of the most powerful and unique voices in hard rock. In his first...
Album Review: Insecure Men
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Album Review: Insecure Men

March 12th, 2018 | by Jack Gill
After a cataclysmic period of addiction, rehab and eventual sobriety, former Fat White Family member, Saul Adamczewski, has had a haphazard journey toward his new project, Insecure Men. Despite the bumpy road that has led him to...
Album Review: Lo Moon
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Album Review: Lo Moon

March 12th, 2018 | by Emma Brady
It’s always impressive when an album manages to create a mood and sustain it through the entirety of its run-through, all the while making each song a journey of its own. It’s even more impressive when said album is a...
Album Review: Vance Joy’s ‘Nation of Two’
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Album Review: Vance Joy’s ‘Nation of Two’

March 12th, 2018 | by Rohan Katargamwala
Australian singer-songwriter James Keogh’s (Vance Joy) debut album was released and the lead single ‘Riptide’ became an international hit, with the charm and indie-darling lyrics giving the single a warming nature....
Album Review: Django Django’s ‘Marble Skies’
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Album Review: Django Django’s ‘Marble Skies’

February 12th, 2018 | by Callum Costello
Once upon a time it took nothing more than a great sound to gain a band a lifetime of attention. Motörhead, AC/DC, Daft Punk – all decorated artists with acclaimed catalogues of music, which in a lot of ways are filled...
Album Review: Tove Lo’s ‘Blue Lips’
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Album Review: Tove Lo’s ‘Blue Lips’

December 8th, 2017 | by Rory Ellis
Carving a name for herself as the brutally honest lyricist that didn’t want to sing her own songs, it seems no one else can sing these words for...