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A REVIEW OF...MODERN BASEBALL IN NEWCASTLE

MODERN BASEBALL played Newcastle’s Cluny as part of their extended UK tour following Reading and Leeds Festival.

Selling the venue out well in advance, the Philadelphia emo/punk quartet made the £14 admission seem like an absolute bargain! 663 more words

Live Review

Taizé Week 2: Temptation and Communication

I can’t believe it’s been two weeks already! This time is flying by!

At the beginning of the week I moved into my new accommodation and met all the other women who are volunteers here. 811 more words

Taizé

Moissac and Dionysian Metaphysics: This quest is unending and therefore it moves forever. Yet although its quest is unending by some miraculous means it finds what it is looking for

A transcendental mysticism entered Latin Western Christendom from the East in the ninth century.

At the centre was the Divine One, immobile and eternal, surrounded by a Celestial Hierarchy and Cosmos that was in a state of continuous movement. 644 more words

Compostela

La Charité sur Loire - history, food and wine. Success!

Our first night of this holiday saw us making our way from Le Havre, where we landed early in the morning, to a place we had never heard of before, La Charité sur Loire.  598 more words

France

New Show Announced

Theatre of Hate have now been confirmed and announced for a show at The Cluny in Newcastle on Wednesday 2nd November. The band will be touring to promote the first new album in over 30 years entitled “Kinshi” 30 more words

Live Music

Lutetia Pulchra Est

On this walk we visited the Cluny museum.

I have one word to say about the Cluny museum: unicorns. We saw original Notre dame sculptures, and Roman baths, which were both pretty cool, but the unicorns! 418 more words

France