- Short evening coastal walk and drink - Full
Let's have an evening summer walk from Tynemouth Priory to Whitley Bay's Spanish City and back again. We can meet at the Priory between 7.00pm to 7.15pm and then start our walk thereafter taking in a cup of tea/coffee or other beverage on route or afterwards. I can be contacted on the day on[masked] if needed. If the weather is really bad on the evening then we might need to reschedule but here's hoping for clear blue skies. Regards. Christine x
- Learn to dance Ceroc - modern jive
Come with me to learn to dance Ceroc which is a fun and lively modern jive dance. It's fun, easy to learn and you dont need a partner. Meet at 7.30pm upstairs inside the venue, first table on right as you go in. Beginners class will start at 7.45 then there will be a break for about 20 mins freestyle dancing then another beginners class, or choose the intermediate class if you are already experienced Cost is £7 per lesson plus £2 to join the ceroc club, however there is normally a beginners offer on. Here is the link to Ceroc website https://www.ceroc.com/ There is a free car park outside the club post code of club is ne35 9al the map pin may not be accurate so use the post code instead
- WALK & FISH 'n' CHIPS - Tynemouth to Whitley Bay & beyond (And back again) Full
Let's have a relaxing summer walk from Tynemouth Priory to Whitley Bay and beyond maybe ( to St Mary's Lighthouse etc) and back again stopping off for Fish "n" Chips (or other food) and refreshments on route. If it turns out nearer the time that the weather is going to be awful that day then this event will be subject to either being cancelled or postponed. Thank you.
- HAUNTED LIT AND PHIL TOUR (limited to just 8 people)
Let's attend a Summer Hauntings, Haunted Tour of the Lit and Phil Building on Tuesday 25th June, starting at 10.30 with us meeting between 10 to 10.15. Tickets are £5 pounds and must be paid for in advance by telephoning[masked]. At the time of posting this Meet Up I dont know how many tickets are available so to avoid disappointment I would book ASAP. I will look to book once a few people have expressed an interest. For more information about the Lit and Phil and Tour please click on the following LINKS; http://www.litandphil.org.uk/whats-on/2019/jun/summer-hauntings-haunted-lit-phil-tour/ https://m.facebook.com/events/662855174146347?acontext=%7B%22action_history%22%3A%22[%7B%5C%22surface%5C%22%3A%5C%22page%5C%22%2C%5C%22mechanism%5C%22%3A%5C%22main_list%5C%22%2C%5C%22extra_data%5C%22%3A%7D]%22%7D&aref=0 I have limited this Meet Up to just 8 people. The Lit and Phil building is considered one of the most haunted buildings in Newcastle. Its been said that there are up to 16 ghosts haunting all three floors in the library.
- Down to Zero. ALPHABETTI THEATRE
Come and see this brilliant production at the Alphabetti Theatre where the show starts at 7.30pm, runs for 80 minutes with a 30 response afterwards and tickets are PAY WHAT YOU FEEL which can be reserved by clicking on the following LINK; https://www.ticketsignite.com/event/1115/down-to-zero-by-lizi-patch More information about the production is as follows. Two people, furiously in love, struggling to stay afloat. Down to Zero is an emotionally explosive, darkly funny new play by Lizi Patch, about two people, furiously in love, struggling to stay afloat as the past threatens to sink their future. "In the eyes of evolution I am now a pointless person..." As Steph hits the menopause, she feels she is becoming a bystander in her own bewildering decline. Her partner Sam plans a surprise weekend away for her 50th birthday, but their determined idyll is ripped away by the arrival of a surprise visitor. "I'm slipping away and I don't know what to do...." The play is followed by response pieces by North East artists Degna Stone, Allison Davies, Claire Tustin and Beccy Owen. Lizi Patch is an actor, writer and educator based in Yorkshire. She wrote "An Accident of Birth" which was part of Coracle's Suffragetteproduction in 2018, Other works include writer/director/producer/performer: Punching The Sky (Lowry, Live Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse and touring). Lizi is also Artistic Director of CITY VARIETIES/LEEDS ACTORS IN TRAINING for young people. Coracle are a new writing company based in Newcastle Gateshead. Their previous productions at Alphabetti have included Trajectory - "Showcasing the wealth of good new writing in the North East", Overdue, and Suffragette - "Varied, thought provoking, funny, intelligent and accessible". "High-quality and thought-provoking" - Manchester Theatre Awards on Punching the Sky by Lizi Patch "An excellent, clever production...sensitive and honest" - Dawn Smallwood Blog on Punching the Sky by Lizi Patch "Gritty, moving, mesmerising... witty and insightful. A total triumph * * * * *" - The-avante-garde.co.uk on Coracle's Overdue www.coracleproductions.com Twitter: @CoracleNE
- Bowie: The Man Who Changed the World - film event - 50 yrs since Space Oddity
July 2019 marks 50 years since David Bowie’s single ‘Space Oddity’ was released, which reached number 5 in the UK Singles Chart and truly began the artist’s astronomical rise to fame. Here at Sage Gateshead we’ll be marking the occasion with a screening of ‘Bowie: The Man Who Changed the World’ (2016, 92min), with snacks and Ziggy Stardust inspired cocktails served by our talented food and beverage team!
- Free gig-Bessie and the Zinc Buckets
The ever popular Bessie and the Zinc Buckets will once again bring Rockabilly mayhem to the Amphitheatre at this fantastic free concert as part of South Tyneside Festival. https://www.facebook.com/153950604647802/posts/2294836293892545?sfns=mo https://www.southtyneside.gov.uk/article/58687/Live-Music-at-the-Amphitheatre
- Dining out at The French Quarter in Newcastle
How about a quality dining experience with good food and wine at The French Quarter Restaurant a short walk from Newcastle Central Station. https://www.frenchquarternewcastle.co.uk/ Arrive about 7.00 with a table booked for 7.30. The French Quarter have confirmed that they have tables available on my chosen date and time. When I have a firm idea of numbers I will book a table. Please RSVP me to let me know if you can come.
- DUVALL EVENTS: LUSH - Dance night. PROHIBITION BAR
DUVALL EVENTS: LUSH NEWCASTLE: Prohibition Bar Sat 29th Jun, 2019 Door time: 7:30pm LUSH returns to their spiritual home of Prohibition Bar, Newcastle for their next event. After 5 consecutive sell outs we can't wait to get back into the action where we will be providing you with a great night of Motown, SKA, Disco, Northern Soul and 60s/70s Pop. Taking place in the upstairs saloon of the newest and sharpest gaff in town, LUSH works closely with Prohibition Bar to provide a welcoming reception by all its staff members. Attentive bar staff will be fixing you the high quality drinks you have come to know and love while you dance the night away. LUSH always welcomes diversity. However any attitude is politely asked to be left at the door as intolerance of others is not accepted. We also have a great team of security staff who will look after us through the night. A zero tolerance approach is operated by LUSH. So what you waiting for? We're looking forward to seeing you there! Laura & Andy Tickets GENERAL ADMISSION tickets are available Max 6 tickets per order. 18 and over £6.00 + £0.60 Booking fee = £6.60 Buy I WILL LOOK TO GET A TICKET ONCE A FEW PEOPLE HAVE POSTED AN RSVP. TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED BY CLICKING ON THE FOLLOWING LINK; https://www.wegottickets.com/event/472382
- Small Island by National Theatre live streamed performance
Join me to see the stage version of Small Island. I've just read the book and it was a good read. I've booked E7. Hope to see some of you there. Here is a description: Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation. Experience the play in cinemas, filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday. Small Island embarks on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, through the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury, England. The play follows three intricately connected stories. Hortense yearns for a new life away from rural Jamaica, Gilbert dreams of becoming a lawyer, and Queenie longs to escape her Lincolnshire roots. Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as the play traces the tangled history of Jamaica and the UK. A company of 40 actors take to the stage of the National Theatre in London in this timely and moving story.