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Written by: Hannah Whitehead 2015 is set to be a pretty exciting year in terms of music, theatre and other local events in the North East…. and particularly on Tyneside.
Theatre Royal, Newcastle A National Theatre production Runs until Saturday 7th February Review by: Lexy Powell Arriving in the auditorium of the Theatre Royal, your eyes are immediately drawn towards the unusual gridded staging. As the play begins, the lights … Continue reading
Newcastle Upon Tyne Tuesday 6th January Review by: Sam Grist The premise was a rather simple one: show up with a bag or two of shopping, we make you laugh, you give us the food, we give the food to … Continue reading
Newcastle Upon Tyne Monday 26th January – Saturday 7th February 2015 More information on the Theatre Royal website Preview by: Lexy Powell The National Theatre’s highly acclaimed adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is coming … Continue reading
Newcastle Upon Tyne 5th-30th December 2014 More information on the Tyne Theatre Website Review by: Emma Yeo It is the holiday season: time to eat, drink and be merry. For many, a Christmas tradition is to visit a local pantomime … Continue reading
Newcastle Upon Tyne Friday 5th December 2014 More information on Noel Fielding at IMDB Review by: Emily Park Choruses of “what is going on” and “I have no idea what is happening ” echoed around a packed Newcastle City Hall on … Continue reading
Newcastle Upon Tyne 28th November 2014 More information about the show on the Tyne Theatre’s website Review by: Naomi Davis The Nutcracker is a ballet tells the story of Marie, a rather sad little girl, whose godfather gives her a Nutcracker … Continue reading
Durham Thursday 27th November 2014 – Saturday 3rd January 2015 More information on the Gala Theatre website Review by: Jowita Krasik This is only the second time I have been to see a pantomime and I’m not sure the first time … Continue reading
25th November 2014 Produced by: The Paper Birds More information on the Alnwick Playhouse website Review by: Lucy Stewart The Paper Birds’ production of is designed to challenge the relationship between the British public and alcoholic beverages. From the moment … Continue reading
Wednesday 26th November 2014 Running until 6th December at Sunderland Empire More information on the Jersey Boys website Review by: Jade Holroyd After its success on both Broadway and in the West End, Jersey Boys is currently travelling across the … Continue reading
Newcastle Upon Tyne 11th November 2014 Review by: Annie-Rose Mears Death of a Salesman holds a special place is my heart after the studying the play last year, so I felt very lucky to be able to see the play. However, I’m … Continue reading
Durham 6.11.2014 Directed by: Emma Callander Produced by: Mark Thomas More information on the This Is Durham website Review by: Emma Yeo Cuckooed. This title was apt for a play that drove the audience between emotional extremes, moving from hysterical … Continue reading
Gateshead 25th October 2014 Produced by: Théâtre Sans Frontières 29th October 2014 Review by: Hannah Morpeth “We come into the world out of the dark. We haven’t got clue of where we’ve come from. We’ve got no idea where we’re … Continue reading
6.11.2014 Produced by: Birmingham Royal Ballet Review by: Somer Cannell The curtain rises on a girl opening a book and so the story begins: Beauty and The Beast. Birmingham Royal Ballet boss David Bintley created a simply enchanting visual presentation … Continue reading
25th October 2014 More information on The Sage website Review by: Bethany Calverley I was absolutely psyched for this event, having been a fan of Clarke’s Salford wit and whir of rhymes for years. As we piled into Hall 2 … Continue reading
Newcastle upon Tyne 5th November 2014 More information available on the Theatre Royal website Review by: Antonia Velikova When I walked into the theatre to see Lord of the Flies, I was expecting something that I would talk about for … Continue reading
Newcastle 27.10.14 More information on the Theatre Royal Website Review by: Annie-Rose Mears The Theatre Royal: a beautiful, historic building showing brilliant productions all year round since 1837. The people that entered the building for The Full Monty were mostly … Continue reading
Quaker House, Darlington 24th October 2014 Review by: Aicha J. Krasik Educating Ronnie tells the story of Joe Douglas and Ronnie (a friend he had made while on a gap year trip to Uganda) and it is told by Joe … Continue reading