If you've seen or heard anything brilliant in 2013 and would like to see it royally rewarded, then read on. Sam Wonfor calls for your nominations
We are now officially taking and actively encouraging your nominations for The Journal Culture Awards 2013
A film festival is sailing into uncharted waters, inviting movie lovers to take to the seas
THE JOURNAL Culture Awards have once again had the honour of celebrating and rewarding the achievements of those involved in the arts and heritage in the North East in 2008.
The clock is ticking... you’ve only got two days to tell us who you think has done enough in 2008 to scoop a Culture Award.
WE might not have been picked as the Capital of Culture, but the region clearly has every reason to celebrate a happy new year – and beyond.
What have been the cultural highlights of 2007? David Whetstone explains how the best can be rewarded in The Journal Culture Awards 2007 and offers a pictorial reminder.
A PLAY which premiered in a Newcastle city centre bar has earned a run in one of London’s most famous theatres.
AUTUMN may not be the growing season for trees but they will be sprouting up like nobody’s business in one small corner of Northumberland today.
How to nominate your candidate
Nominations are invited for our culture accolades It’s time to get your nominations in for some of the most coveted awards in the region.
THE Journal has been praised for the second day in a row after winning no fewer than 13 national awards.
YOUNGSTERS in Sunderland can get out into the countryside on their bikes, thanks to a milestone donation from commercial law firm Muckle LLP.
WE are now welcoming nominations for the Journal Culture Awards 2007.
Natural born actor James Baxter is hoping the Edinburgh Fringe Festival will bring a repeat of the applause he earned in his native North-East, as David Whetstone reports.
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If you missed the chance last time around to get intimate with Tyneside's most seductive dance company, don't fret.
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The recent Journal Culture Awards 2006 saw some fantastic projects celebrated at a great event at Northern Stage in Newcastle.
Ok, i'm no mathematician, but by my reckoning, we're looking at just two weeks until the deadline for nominations for the inaugural Culture Awards.