Arts & Culture

Julie Miles: Shaping the Voices of Tomorrow with Vocal Ovation's Global Reach
Julie Miles, the esteemed vocal coach and creator of Vocal Ovation in Northumberland, has reached a notable landmark in her pursuit of vocal mastery. Having over 20 of her students participate in major TV talent competitions in both the UK and USA, Julie cements her status as a key influencer...
Uncanny: I Know What I Saw - Danny Robins Unveils Supernatural Wonders in Newcastle
The preeminent live paranormal tour in the UK, "Uncanny: I Know What I Saw," is set to grace the Newcastle Theatre Royal for a single night on Saturday, 6th July 2024. This special event will mark the debut of the tour's creator, Danny Robins, at his hometown theatre. The Newcastle-born...
Seascapes and Stories: Mark Taylor's Artistic Odyssey Unveiled at The Exchange 1856
Renowned artist Mark Taylor from the North East is presenting a collection of his cherished paintings at The Exchange 1856 in North Shields, as he assumes the role of artist-in-residence. 12 of Mark’s stunning artworks are currently on display in the foyer of the newly refurbished Exchange 1856 and in...
Jingle All the Way: Side By Side Arts Festive Festival
Enjoy a grand gathering of musical talent performing in the Gateshead Railway Quarter. Sunday 10th December 3-5 pm get into the Christmas spirit with festive music as you wander from bar to bar. Bringing the seasonal cheer are the Gateshead Community Choir, the Altotudes, Bee Enchanted, the Songbirds and many...
Unwrapping the True Christmas Tale: The Church of England's Interactive Advent Calendar
Although the tradition of opening an Advent Calendar holds significance in the Christmas anticipation, locating one that accurately portrays the true Christmas narrative can prove challenging. Now, The Church of England has released its first-ever printed Advent Calendar, inviting people to put the birth of Jesus at the heart of...
Cappella Newcastle Invites Local Singers to Come and Sing Handel’s Messiah
One of the choirs in Newcastle is extending a warm invitation to local vocalists, inviting them to participate in a workshop centred on the first part of one of the most renowned choral compositions in history. Handel's "Messiah," a masterpiece that vividly portrays the life events of Jesus Christ, encompassing...
"The Low Lights Tavern: A Historic Pub with a Literary Twist
The Low Lights Tavern is a quintessential, centuries-old pub that has been a cherished establishment, providing beer to both Fish Quay locals and tourists for well over four centuries. As the reputed oldest drinking establishment in North Shields, it has had its share of moments in the spotlight, primarily...
Newcastle's Literary Delight: 'The Miss Clara Vale Mysteries' Unveiled by Fiona Veitch Smith
Book lovers, history aficionados, and fans of crime fiction have a delightful treat in store as Newcastle-based author Fiona Veitch Smith unveils her latest historical crime series, "The Miss Clara Vale Mysteries." The free event takes place at Newcastle City Library on Thursday, November 2, 2023, from 5:30pm to 6:30...
Baltic Open Submission 2024: North East Artists Invited to Showcase Their Creativity
Residents of the North East region are encouraged to contribute their artwork to a significant open-call exhibition set to debut at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in March 2024. Baltic Open Submission in association with Fenwick, will showcase painting, sculpture, photography, video and more by artists, makers, self-taught creatives...
Magical December Delight: 'Sleeping Beauty' Pantomime in Dunston, Gateshead
This December, the classic pantomime "Sleeping Beauty" is set to enchant audiences in Dunston, Gateshead. The delightful performance will take place at Dunston Community Centre, presented in collaboration with Beverley Artistes Agency. ‘Sleeping Beauty is coming to Dunston Community Centre, oh yes it is! Join us on Tuesday 5th December...

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