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Arts & Culture

North East Music Event Serving As A Thank You To Frontline Staff
A North East music festival set up to reward NHS staff for their service has announced plans for a second day, to celebrate diversity, inclusion and equality. And organisers have unveiled a superstar name to their Sunday lineup of DJs – tv’s Gok Wan. Rocking In The Free World was planned...
Teeside University Academics Receive Prestigious National Teaching And Learning Award
Teesside University academics have achieved prestigious national recognition in the latest Advance HE Teaching Excellence Awards. The Sports Injury Clinic team, from the School of Health & Life Sciences, comprising Paul Chesterton (Associate Professor - Learning and Teaching), Gillian Naylor (Senior Lecturer), Deborah Harris (Sport and Exercise Clinics and Placement...
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A new exhibition Where Did All the Animals Go? is on display at the Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle upon Tyne featuring Biro drawings by over 600 children from across the globe.  Where did all the Animals Go? by Jane Lee McCracken exhibits printed vinyls of original Biro drawings by over 600 children...
Fun Activities Lined Up For The Summer Fest At Beamish Museum
Enjoy good old-fashioned fun at Beamish, The Living Museum of the North this summer with den building, ice cream making, teddy bear trail and traditional live music. There are fun-filled activities lined up every day during the local school holidays at the open-air museum for the Summer of Fun...
Beekeeping Community Project Launches In North Tyneside
Community spirited North Tyneside resident Stephen Douglas has brought his idea to life and set up a community Beekeeping project at Meadow Well Connected in North Tyneside. Throughout lockdown, Stephen raised £5,214 through Spacehive, a crowdfunding platform for ideas that bring local spaces to life - the world’s first...
Northern Pride And Curious Arts Team Up To Spread Pride Across The Region This Summer
Leading LGBTQ+ charity Northern Pride is working closely with not-for-profit, Curious Arts, to deliver a number of in-person events for all ages to enjoy. And the work has been made possible thanks to funding from Arts Council England, which has allowed two of Curious Arts’ pop-up projects, Wildflower and Mini...
Leave Your Mark At A New Norman Cornish-Inspired Exhibit At Beamish Museum
Beamish, The Living Museum of the North is offering the unique opportunity for visitors to create pieces of work directly onto the walls of a new Norman Cornish-inspired exhibit. The exciting Make Your Mark activity, which launches today, will see two people selected to creatively contribute to the walls...
Brand New Short Film At This Year's Ocean Film Festival
The Ocean Film Festival is back for autumn 2021 with a brand-new collection of the world’s most inspirational ocean-themed films, from below and above the surface. Returning as a live theatre tour, the Ocean Film Festival features a selection of short films starring wild seafaring voyages, extreme watersports and marine...
Exceptional Student Wins Scholarship To Pursue A Career In Ballet
An 11-year-old pupil from a primary school in South Shields has won a scholarship place at one of the UK’s most prestigious ballet schools in her quest to become a professional ballerina. Year 6 student Rose Blair who currently attends St Bede’s Catholic Primary School, part of Bishop Chadwick Catholic...
THe People's Kitchen Supporting And Giving Light To The Vulnerable
A unique piece of art has been commissioned chronicling the history of one of the North East’s best-loved charities. The People’s Kitchen supports hundreds of “friends” across the city every day. Volunteers have supported vulnerable people in Newcastle for more than 30 years serving up to 225 meals every session,...

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