Celebrity author David Baddiel visits new South Tyneside cultural venue
A famous author and comedian has helped spread The Word about South Tyneside’s newest cultural venue.
David Baddiel yesterday visited The Word, National Centre for the Written Word and declared it ‘absolutely brilliant’.
The star visited the new library and digital hub in Market Place, South Shields yesterday ahead of its public openingon Saturday.
He was welcomed to the striking £16m centre and given a tour of the impressive facilties, which include library and exhibition space, computer gaming area, a FabLab with 3D printers and vinyl and laser cutters, digitised archives, meeting rooms,... read more
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