Having moved from the world of TV to farming, Sophie Armstrong is breaking into music as one half of Summerland
Four North East arts venues have received six figure Arts Council grants to improve their facilities
Dancer and choreographer Gillie Kleiman is bringing her 'fun' ballet alternative to two North East theatres
From dead bodies at Life to the one millionth Great North Runner, it was a cultural year to savour for many reasons
The North East has an embarrassment of festive riches when it comes to top drawer Christmas shows for all the family. Here's our highlights
Berwick's annual film festival is attracting thousands to the town as it looks ahead to a changing political landscape
Surprises galore feature in the 10th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
Thirty six amateur actors are performing in a new play by Bob Wilkinson at The Maltings in Berwick
Early tickets are on sale for the 10th anniversary Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
Set against one of the region's greatest tragedies, Get Up And Tie Your Fingers puts women centre stage
Award-winning filmmaker is to give talks at Middlesbrough and Berwick about his work on BBC hits such as Human Planet and Frozen Planet
Test Match Special stars Henry Blofeld and Peter Baxter are set to entertain at The Maltings in Berwick
The cast of an am dram production in Northumberland couldn't believe their luck when they received words of support from a global megastar.
Melanie Iredale and her team have made the annual Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival – this year with a Nordic theme – an excuse to get to know the place better
The Berwick film festival opens tonight with a world and European premiere as David Whetstone reports
Best Short Film Award is one of the attractions of the ninth Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
BUYING local is set to become more popular than ever this Christmas with 29% of consumers saying they will be heading to small, independent stores and local farmers’ markets for a proportion of their food shopping over the festive period.
A TOUCH of Cannes comes to the Borders on Friday with the opening of Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival 2007 – quite a feat for a town without a cinema.
WHEN the pound coin was introduced on April 21, 1983, it quickly gained the sobriquet, “a Maggie”.
It's Tuesday; it's wet and it's blustery; it's cold and it's miserable.