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Tyneside Cinema, 10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 6QG, UK – 0191 227 5500
A regular haunt, but even better value today. I was meeting for a coffee anyway (usual price £2.40 or thereabouts), but they had a £5 offer on for coffee, sandwich & a cake/pastry over lunch. Absolute bargain & very nice thank you! :)
Gem of a place. A cultural high point in the town centre that should be cherished. Great for a relaxed coffee as well - doesn't seem too busy which is great if you want to meet for a chat or to dissect the film you've just seen - I always go there.
The Gate, Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5TG, UK
Good location and picturre/sound quality however seats and decor a bit shabby
Empire cinemas is now Cineworld. Nice cinema, big comfortable seats. Enjoy going g there
Warwick St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2NP, UK – 0191 261 0066
You think The Tyneside Cinema is an indie gig? Bwahahah, I think you need to check this place out! A communal affair, where customers can help with the running of the cinema, best check out their website for full details, but this made the rounds and appeared in Total Film and Visit England's lists of top independent film houses.
Newcastle s only volunteer run cinema. Wylam ale on tap. Good crack, great films and gigs.
100 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6BR, UK – 0844 811 2121
Well went to see The Railway Children and what do you know there was a delay due to some technical difficulties. Just like our very one beloved railways. I have visited the Theatre Royal on many occasions and this one proved to be as good as all the others. The staff dealt with disabled people in wheelchairs,a huge parties of schoolkids and many others with their customary politeness and skill.To anyone visiting Newcastle and wanting to take in a show you will be well looked after
Took my daughter to see The Wizard of Oz and she fell in love with the whole experience. She's 5 year old and was impressed firstly with the building and decor then blown away by the production. It's a beautiful venue and we can't wait to go again
27-29 Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQ, UK – 0191 232 1232
Very smart, intimate venue, have visited several times. The theatre always puts on a first class show.
Really great theatre venue - great range of shows showcasing up and coming artists in a great building
Stephenson Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 5QF, UK – 0191 265 5020
Went to see 'The Lady Killers.' Brilliant production and the main character had recently broken his leg and needed to use a wheelchair, what a star! All the actor's were brilliant! Lovely theatre helpful staff and reasonable prices! Would highly recommend! 👏🎭⭐
A bigger and updated bar area, a range of local bottled ales too (Wylams finest). One stage, seating can feel quite steep towards the top but the chairs are fairly spacious. It has a range of smaller scale productions but which can be very popular. This place is a local institution and I hope it keeps going for many more decades!
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