The Alnwick Playhouse is an arts centre, theatre and cinema in the town of Alnwick in Northumberland, England. It is also the headquarters of the NTC Touring Theatre Company.
ARC is the place to go for the best in alternative, world, independent and British cinema. They screen everything from foreign festival hits to retro classics with some mainstream flicks thrown in for good measure. As Tees Valley’s only independent cinema, ARC is a real gem.
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
As the capitalist crisis bites in Britain, Venezuela provides inspiration of how the fight against austerity can develop into a fight for socialism. This film takes you on that journey, through the barrios, universities and workplaces to meet the militants, students and workers who are changing their future. www.vivavenezuela.co.uk. Freely available online from 1 November
Bishop Auckland Town Hall
This Grade II listed building occupies a prime site in the Market Place in Bishop Auckland and is the premier arts venue for the people of South West Durham and beyond. Every strand of the arts is represented in our comprehensive programme - theatre, music, literature, dance, visual arts and practical craft workshops are all featured on a regular basis. The best in small-scale professional touring theatre – Hull Truck, NTC, Quondam, Reform and many more - visit to delight audiences in our very own Eden Theatre where we also screen films on a regular basis. Music features strongly and is always well received with artists of the calibre of Snake Davis and Vin Garbutt regular visitors. The McGuinness Gallery offers high quality, regularly changing exhibitions, while our award winning 'Book It' programme offers a variety of author and literary events.
Blackfriars Ouseburn Cinema (The BOC)
(opposite the Tanners pub), Newcastle Upon Tyne
Blackfriars @ The Ouseburn (The BOC) is a Community Centre and venue run by the St Vincent de Paul Society, a voluntary not-for-profit charity dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage by providing direct practical help to people in need. We are only 10-15 minutes’ walk from central Newcastle. Frequent buses stop outside the centre and Manors Metro Station is less than ½ mile away.
Empire Theatre and Cinema
A historic venue with a family-friendly feel which screens both classic film fare and the latest Hollywood releases. Completely renovated a few years back and now handily fully-equipped with a licensed bar and eatery for all your pre-film drink and snack needs.
Queen's Hall Arts Centre
Box office open: 10am-6pm Mon-Fri, plus open one hour before performance start times in evenings. Arts venue offering visual arts exhibitions, comedy, theatre, film, live music and workshops.
71 North Road, Durham
The aim of Clayport Film Club is to show a selection of films not usually available in Durham. These include past classics, recent foreign films, films that are not widely shown and members' selections (where it is possible to hire these). (look for the large Green Door)
Quayside, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Classic and contemporary international film seasons, often linked to exhibitions at Side Gallery or to Amber's wider activity and concerns. Designed as a debate cinema, they like to organise filmmaker events and, with access to their digitised collection, can arrange special interest screenings of Amber's films and many of the photography exhibitions they hold. The Side Cinema has 51 seats, is fully accessible and is available for hire.
Star & Shadow Cinema
210 Warwick Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Alternative Social Space showing Music, Film, Art. All volunteer run. Independent and non-profit distributing. Always looking for new people to be involved.
3 Horsemarket, Barnard Castle, County Durham
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery is Carlisle's finest visitor attraction, and houses considerable collections of fine and decorative art, human history and natural sciences. It also boasts a wide range of exhibitions and events, brought together in one impressive museum and art gallery.
Newcastle upon Tyne
A night at the pictures – as it should be! The Tyneside Cinema is THE place to go to in Newcastle if you love film. Based right in the heart of the city, this independent marvel shows the very best movies, mixing mainstream modern greats with the best of films from right across the world and classics of yesteryear. The Tyneside’s screens are also something rather special and are fully licensed too, so you can enjoy a full-blown night out at the flicks in a comfy leather armchair that’s something much more than the norm. It’s also home to three of the best cafes in town: the legendary Tyneside Coffee Rooms, stylish coffee / cocktail bar and pavement café Vicolo, and the Tyneside Bar Café which serves a continuously changing menu made to order from the finest local ingredients.