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The Lit and Phil
The Literary & Philosophical Society (Lit & Phil) is the largest independent library outside London, housing over 160,000 books.
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@yearofwondersplay 22h
Don't miss your chance to see described by as one of the three best directors in the country! Mike’s latest play is showing till June 23rd then we head to &
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Emma Fisk Jazz Vio 22h
It's a beautiful,sunny day in today. At the for some lunchtime with
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The Lit and Phil 24h
With less than 24 hours to go, we are just putting the finishing touches to our wonderful Imaginary Museum. Young people from Newcastle Bridges School have made and donated some fantastic objects and creatures!
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The Lit and Phil 24h
Hello! We have an exhibition of graphene light bulbs from as part of the innovation trail of and we also have our own upstairs in the main library so please come visit us this Summer!
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Paul Edis Jun 22
Replying to @litandphil @jazz_north
Lunchtime today the Ushaw Ensemble is playing 1-2pm, £5 admission
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@yearofwondersplay Jun 22
Who came to our opening night? If you loved please tell your friends, family & neighbour’s as we’re playing till June 23rd! Then we head north to on 26th & 27th, on 28th and on June 29th.
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Hello! We have an exhibition of graphene light bulbs from as part of the innovation trail of and we also have our own upstairs in the main library so please come visit us this Summer!
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@yearofwondersplay Jun 21
Thanks it’s on on the 26th & 27th On 28th and on the 29th June it would be wonderful to see you there.
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Northumbria Uni Jun 21
Associate Prof Jane Arnfield brings her new play to the North East stage next week. Based on the book by Gerladine Brooks, catch it at , and Visit or hear from Jane herself
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The Lit and Phil Jun 21
We’re almost there! The Imaginary Museum will soon be open. Book your Saturday tour now!
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November Club Jun 21
*IMPORTANT DELIVERY* Something rather large and unexpected has landed in Newcastle's first museum. Dare you enter the Imaginary Museum and discover its contents? Find out from Saturday 23 June, 10.30am...
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The Lit and Phil Jun 20
This is an actual piece of the original Bayeux Tapestry. Donated by Jennifer Clements of Newbiggin, it shows that King Harold actually caught the arrow which was thought to have killed him. This piece was cut out and replaced with what is seen today.
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The Tin Ring Jun 18
A sneak peak at my new show a story about another amazing woman opens on Thursday #1666
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Laura Jun 18
It's in! The demo box! Big thanks to for providing the bulbs! Come see them on display at the as part of A Light Bulb Moment at
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Jana Bacevic Jun 18
The is lovely. All cities should have libraries like this, and those that do, should fight to keep them
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NETheatreGuide Jun 16
World Premiere - Year of Wonders from Newcastle Theatre Tuesday 26th - Wednesday 27th June Durham Thursday 28th June 2018 Newcastle Friday 29th June 2018 Preview:
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tim archer Jun 16
Life has its compensations
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tim archer Jun 16
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Jane Candlish Jun 16
Guardian best days out in the north east . I would add a trip to a wonderful library with history (first public building in the world to be lit by electric light bulbs)
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tim archer Jun 15
Look ... brilliant. June 23....
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