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Joining the Northern Branch exhibition will be two renowned glass engravers – James Denison-Pender, an exquisite stipple engraver, and Tracey Thought provoking works of art exploring the current and ongoing issues of migration, dispossession and national borders are brought together.
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At intu Eldon Square visitors will be enjoying all the fun of the fair on Tuesday A free club for north east families has launched at intu Metrocentre and intu Eldon Square just in time for May half term.
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Play croquet with the Mad Queen, meet the White Rabbit and Crazy Hatter.