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Tyneside Cinema, 10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QG, UK – 0191 227 5500
Friendly, eclectic and not another flaming Multiplex! The bar is always busy but a great place to eat. The rarebit must be tried! The sofas are a great way to watch a film with your significant other and given the range is everything from the much anticipated Christmas release to live screenings of Shakespeare and opera they give a much better atmosphere in which to enjoy whatever your style happens to be. Everything from The Hobbit to 'Carol' I wouldn't go anywhere else if I can help it. For disabled people coming with a group it is worth noting that not all screens are level access but the attitude of staff is far and away more helpful and access oriented than bigger venues. As far as I am aware You don't need a CEA card as this is a venue that works on old fashioned principles like trust and good service. A gem. Oh and it has Deaf accessible performances for certain shows.
Visited today - a small group of us were shown around by an extremely knowledgeable and entertaining guide called Chris. What a fabulous place, this was a free tour and I believe that Chris Mc..? is a volunteer (but donations are always welcome), great history and wonderful decor and comfortable seating. Would highly recommend you visit.
Warwick St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1BB, UK
It's not open yet I don't think but it looks cool
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.
St Vincent's Community Centre, New Bridge Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2TQ, UK – 07451 228441
Nice n clean toddler group playarea with snacks n drinks
Excellent centre and function room.
Trinity Square, Gateshead NE8 1AG, UK – 0345 308 4620
Very nice and comfortable, but like most cinemas- quite pricey for sweets and drinks. But they do have some great deals for kids on a weekend (mini mornings)
Nice place, good seats, clean, cheaper than other places I go to. The snacks are pretty good for cinema food too. Comfy waiting area too.
100 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6BR, UK – 0844 811 2121
Have seen some excellent plays here No man's land, To kill a mockingbird, 12 angry men , Driving miss daisy to name few. Also ballets with friends (and even with hubby although he did say once was enough!) It has great character and looks amazing inside and out. It's taken lots of my money over the years but worth it😃
I adore the Theatre Royal and try to go at least once every two months. They have a wide variety of productions including musicals, plays, ballet and opera. The staff are always lovely and the performances always sound fantastic.
27-29 Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQ, UK – 0191 232 1232
Great space for events as well as theatre, located on the Quayside. Also run workshops and courses. Looking forward to seeing The Terminal Velocity of Snowflakes and post show talk ( had a great review in the Guardian).
Live Theatre a great little venue. The play Goth Weekend had both pathos and periods of hilarity.
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