Music What’s On
Take It To The Bridge
The Globe: Apr 3rd 2019 - Jun 26th 2019
North East’s longest-running jam session, or jazz workshop as veteran organiser Dave Weisser prefers to call it.
Trillians Rock Bar: Jun 26th 2019
Live Theatre: Jun 27th 2019
An Irish-born contemporary folk singer-songwriter, now living in Canada, who pours her heart and soul into every word she sings. As well as her vocal talent, she’s a storyteller who’ll take you on an emotional journey, whilst entertaining with a comic joie de vivre.
The Cluny: Jun 27th 2019
A three piece punk band from Los Angeles with Will Ivy, Tim Hellman (Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps) and Justin Sullivan (Kevin Morby, The Babies). The band The band continues their ride on a buzz-saw wave of feedback-tipped riffs into the middle distance, the smog-choked sunset receding in the rearview, with a thousand-yard dead pan stare surgically pinned to a high octane set of boredom-energized punk pistons.
Live Music at the Amphitheatre - The Alibis
Sandhaven Amphitheatre: Jun 27th 2019
A high energy female fronted power trio featuring music from the 70's to the present day. Part of the South Tyneside Festival.
Wylam Brewery: Jun 27th 2019
In aid of Sir Bobby Robson foundation and Graham Wylie Foundation. A 5 piece live band, with 5 part harmonies, this show transports you back to the 70’s through the biggest hits of the world’s favourite band. Plus DJs.
Kykver / Ritual Kings
Trillians Rock Bar: Jun 27th 2019
Open Mic Night
The Flying Scotsman: Jun 6th 2019 - Jun 27th 2019
With Scott Keirs.
Pelaw Inn: Jun 6th 2019 - Jun 27th 2019
Abbie Finn Trio
The Globe: Jun 27th 2019
Playing a mix of Latin tunes
Hip Hop Hooray
Independent: Jun 28th 2019
The premier party band, this inimitable 8 piece provide the very best classic hip hop covers, creating an atmosphere unrivalled and a dance floor damaged.
LEE MEAD – My Story
The Forum Theatre: Jun 28th 2019
Just Lee, a grand piano, and a pianist showcasing the exquisite poignancy of his voice. Selected from thousands of performers Lee Mead was thrust into the spotlight in 2007 to play the iconic role of “Joseph” in the West End.
Gala Theatre: Jun 28th 2019
Eddi is celebrating her 40th year as a live performer, a career which started in 1978 singing on Scottish country rock tours, then appearing on worldwide festival and concert hall stages with Gang of Four and Fairground Attraction through the eighties and her own successful solo live career which continues to this day.