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.
St James Boulevard, Newcastle upon Tyne
The Angel Inn
In addition to a fabulous jukebox and a beer garden, this hard-rocking pub also offers performances from a fair amount of local bands throughout the month and acts as the official “pre-bar” for nearby Studio’s Skool of Rock night on Fridays.
Big ARC strikes again as the all rounder of entertainment venues. It provides the musical spotlight for a wealth genres, from 70s superstars to folk giants, catching some of the finest touring bands on fleeting stops and local heroes on the up. An eclectic and cultural stew and not one to miss.
Arts Centre Washington
An arts centre that stages numerous events including theatre in their 110 seated auditorium showing the best of amateur productions as well as touring professional companies and loads of great comedy and music.
Newcastle upon tyne
Aspers is the largest and busiest casino outside London and it’s right here in the heart of Newcastle. The 45,000 square foot venue includes bars, restaurant, beauty spa, live entertainment and a state-of-the-art gaming floor, including blackjack, roulette, Punto Banco, dice and a 200-seat poker room.
Aveika Restaurant and Late Bar
10-15 Sandhill, Newcastle upon Tyne
Overlooking a roundabout and tucked in amongst the various University buildings, Bar 1 has recently had a very impressive overhaul leaving it a clean, bright pub popular with a wide range of visitors. Its cheap(ish) drinks, central location and large patio make it a great meeting/starting place – especially in the summer.
Newcastle upon Tyne
Bellingham Town Hall
Best Western Grand Hotel, Hartlepool
Hartlepool, County Durham
The BEST WESTERN Grand Hotel in Hartlepool offers the best of both worlds. Combining old and new, the traditional French Chateaux building plays host to a modern decor inside, while it's wonderful coastal location is convenient for a number of inland attractions.
The Big Jug
A relative minnow in Durham’s music scene, this fine pub nevertheless hosts its own Open Mic evening every Thursday without fail.
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.