Arizona @ The Point
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Newcastle, Tyne and Wear
Officially the North East Circus Development Trust, Circus Central is a registered charity (1136254) and hub for the circus arts in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Situated near the city centre in Christ Church Buildings on Shieldfield Green, our core aims are to develop the youth, community and professional circus sectors in the North East of England through the provision of regular, project-based activities, and to continue expanding our hub into a significant circus training facility.
Cobalt Studios Ltd
10-16 Boyd Street, Newcastle upon Tyne
Nurturing, facilitating and showcasing culture by developing space to host artists and audiences Venue space. Artists studios. Project space. Hotdesking. Maker space and bakery in development.
The longest running nightclub venue in the city (used to be The Stage Door) and it still can get really busy. It has had a long and distinguished history in Newcastle and has really been put back on the map again. A grand refit has taken place with the entire venue being redesigned. Downstairs has been stripped to its bare bones and features many splendours from its Victorian past: beautiful original enamel bricks. A variety of nights are held here.
Newcastle upon Tyne
One of the biggest clubs in town and what a stunner. Two rooms, a 1,400 capacity and one of the best sound systems you’ll encounter anywhere. And they run plenty of different nights to tempt you their way with Digital Mondays (dance/party tunes and cheap entry/drinks – Monday); Rebel (full throttle dance – Thursday) and Love (slinky house sounds for those who feel the love – Saturday).
On May 26th 2005, it started off as a little hideaway at 66 saddler street and now has become one of Durham’s favourite drinking areas. Located above La Spaghettata, it boasts a mix of live DJs and live bands, the atmosphere can be anything from chilled and stylish to packed and energetic, depending on your tastes. From student nights throughout the week to the myriad mix of the weekend crowd, Fabio’s offers something for everyone, along with cool drinks and great service.
Grainger Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne
A fresh, unique live music bar and club venue situated in Newcastle's Bigg Market.
Really superb, independent (naturally) venue that stages all manner of music events but a variety of well attended club nights, too. These include Robot which is held every Saturday, Sunderland’s longest running, biggest and best rock and roll disco. Room 1 is where you will find said indie rock and roll while Room 2 is dedicated to electro, d&b, dubstep and techno. Also check out IF (Independent Fridays) which is overflowing with indie, rock, alternative, hip-hop and bass music. Cheap entry and cheap drinks is a bonus.
West Jesmond, Tyne & Wear
Jesmond legion is located 2 mins walk from West Jesmond Metro Station, and has ample car parking.
KU Bar is the place to be for indie, rock and alternative bands. Friday is their usual day of fancy, but don’t be surprised to hear the floor moving throughout the course of the week.
A veritable behemoth amongst Durham’s otherwise diminutive nightspots, the multi-million-pound Loveshack has everything you might look for in a nightclub. Everything, that is, apart from class. With invariably cheesy music and cheap drinks, the club will likely appeal strongly to some quarters while leaving others wanting more.
Newcastle University Students Union
Many a top night has been had at this university that has a very good room which is just the ticket for a variety of club nights. It was refurbished fairly recently and really looks the part (for a party). A night to particularly look out for is Uprawr (first Friday of each month) which is a top alternative knees-up with drink offers aplenty.