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Northern Stage is an exciting, dynamic powerhouse of theatre and creativity in the heart of Newcastle. Bold and ambitious theatre, sunny family shows, a raft of participatory work and a cracking cafe bar; you'll find them all here.
Newcastle Playhouse Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RH, England
With a set tonight for Frankie and Johnny that put seats on the stage and the 2 actors (Ruth Everett and Richard Blackwood) as the only cast members it was good to enjoy a more intimate production.
Nice simple tale about the complexities of relationships...More
I haven't had the pleasure yet of coming to the theatre here but the Foyer Cafe Bar is a great spot for lunch, especially on a hot sunny day as it was when I came here with my mum. Sunshine baking the grass outside where...More
Sting's Shipbuilding story based on Tyneside.Well performed by an enthusiastic cast who tell and sing their way through Sting's homily on the demise of shipbuilding on Tyneside and how the workers can reclaim their honour and glory as craftsman.
Great setsand the band is really...More
Our first visit to the Northern Stage and how we will remember it , an excellent performance from all the cast, The stage scenery was dramatic along with the music ,We bought the CD some time ago and were wondering why it took so long...More
What an amazing night we all had. Emotional and powerful performance from the talented cast.
Tears shed across the audience as we remembered 'the yards'.
The story felt authentic and the music was marvellous.
My husband was a welder in the yards and he was...More