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How to dine like a celebrity!

Graeme Cuthell, founder/owner of Irvins Brasserie in North Shields has provided us with this simple but delicious and affordable 3 course meal fit for a celebrity. Confit duck, fennel and sesame salad Ingredients: 4 large duck legs 1 kilo duck fat 1 head fennel 1 red onion ½ cucumbe

Epic Times Interviews Krissi Paterson from Fittr Labs

George Sharpe (@FollowEpicTimes) talks to Krissi Paterson (@KrissiPaterson) of Fittr Labs (@FittrLabs) about My Paleo Box (@MyPaleoBox) and her experience of the Searchcamp accelerator programme working out of Teeside (@Searchcamp).

Searchcamp Update #6

Right, this is a super short update as I'm on my way to Searchcamp's highly anticipated demo day in Teeside as we speak! Searchcamp has drawn to a close and they've made the move over to the illustrious Boho Four building in Middlebrough to start their Searchcampus phase to further nurture their tea

British Science Festival

The British Science Festival is an annual event, which in 2013 will be taking place in Newcastle upon Tyne, from 7-12 September. During this time, the city will host hundreds of science, technology, engineering and maths events - from talks and debates, to workshops, exhibitions and perfo

Feature Interview - Graeme Cuthell of Irvins Brasserie

Graeme Cuthell, founder of Irvins Brasserie in North Shields, has cooked for all sorts of celebrities including the Beckhams, Mick Jagger and Kylie. He also used to be the private chef for British composer and impresario of musical theatre Andrew Lloyd Webber. In this interview Graeme tal

Last Night of the Proms – The Proms Goes to the Movies for NEPAC

Join in the 24th North East Last Night of the Proms at the City Hall, Newcastle, which will include a selection of great film music and songs, from all-time classics to recent Hollywood blockbusters including Schindler's List, 2001 Space Odyssey, Fatal Attraction, Wizard of Oz, Les Miserab

Are you aware of The Artists' international development fund?

The Artists' international development programme is a £750,000 fund, jointly funded by the British Council and Arts Council England. The programme offers early stage development opportunities for individual freelance and self-employed artists based in England to spend time building links with ar

Epic Times Interviews Searchcamp

A wee while back I headed on over once again to the Phoenix building on the Teeside University campus to have my regular update with the lovely folks over at Searchcamp, the North East's most rapidly growing accelerator programme. With the helpful assistance of Searchcampite Sarah Thompson (@SarahLo

Proper Food & Drink Festival

If you consider yourself a Proper Person in need of some Proper Food and Drink, this weekend over 100 of the finest artisan food producers will be selling the best locally-made food to you at the Proper Food and Drink Festival at North Shields. Enjoy a huge array of hot food stalls selli

Epic Profile: Dylan McKee

Dylan (@djmckee) is currently studying for his A levels at Whitley Bay High School, officially the youngest Epic Profile yet. I was immediately taken with the passionate way that Dylan talks about tech and especially making and building stuff himself. He attended the Apple annual conference all the