O2 Academy Newcastle
Newcastle upon Tyne
This purpose-built music venue has two stages (one with a capacity of around 2000; the other has nearer 400) and is a great place to catch national and international touring acts.
O2 City Hall
Northumberland Road, Newcastle
New addition to Academy Music Group's venue line-up. This 2,135 capacity venue is a major part of the city’s cultural heritage as one of Newcastle’s first-ever dedicated concert halls.
Set The Scene is proud to announce Into The Fields. A new intimate, family friendly and inclusive two day festival which offers a blend of world, roots and contemporary music and art. This creative union will be known as 'Into The Fields'. Located on the A1 just past Morpeth in Northumberland
Old Cinema Launderette
Durham, County Durham
Platform 1 is a fully accessible 240 capacity venue with mezzanine level. Equipped with the latest lighting and sound systems and licensed bar on site.
0191 565 5051 Refurbished, this place has become an eco café, and done out with second hand furniture. With the White Rooms, still above, the bar is still very much about fairly cheap drinks served in a great atmosphere. Opposite Independent, it’s the perfect place for a last drink before you head into the club. It’s a café, bar and a great venue all rolled into one.
North Shields, Tyne and Wear
DFDS cruise ferry that sails on Newcastle-Amsterdam route.
Prohibition Cabaret Bar
25 Pink Lane, Newcastle upon Tyne
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.
Chester Le Street, County Durham
Queens Head Front Street Chester Le Street
Queen’s Hall Arts Centre
The Queen’s Hall Arts Centre is a magnificent early Victorian building which faces Hexham Abbey in the centre of Hexham. The theatre started life as a music hall and became a cinema in the 1920’s. It now boasts two galleries, a 350-seat theatre, function rooms, an artist loft and various work rooms. Queen’s Hall Arts Centre has established itself as a strong base for an extensive range of artistic activity, attracting the best international and national artists from music, drama, dance, art, comedy and national touring to non professional shows performed by local community groups. This gallery is a participant in the Arts Council’s “Own Art” scheme which aims to make it easy and affordable for everyone to buy contemporary works of art. For more information please visit: www.artscouncil.org.uk/ownart