The annual fundraiser for the TCT will see the likes of Chelsea Halfpenny, Jai McDowall and Charlie Hardwick take to the stage
The programme for the 2014 Durham brass festival has been unveiled with music across the county
A touch of vintage glamour was brought to Tyneside at the weekend in St Oswald's Red Carpet Ball
The best of media production in the region is recognised at awards ceremony at Gateshead Hilton hotel
Singers and actors including Amelia Lily and Chelsea Halfpenny will gather at St Nicholas' Cathedral in Newcastle in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust
Our reviewer Karen Wilson is not amused by a stage spoof of Fifty Shades of Grey starring former Emmerdale actress Adele Silva
Former Emmerdale actress Adele Silva sets her inhibitions aside for her role in new play 51 Shades of Maggie
The idea of achieving dreams against (stereo)type has inspired a group of young Asian women to make a film, which premiered on Tyneside last night
HOW are Hollywood veteran Mickey Rooney and his wife celebrating Christmas this year, 6,000 miles from home?
THOSE animated cricketing heroes Beefy and Lamby will be back on our TV screens hundreds of times during September in a new three-week campaign by the English Beef and Lamb Executive.
A PIONEERING product that could herald a new era in oral hygiene is being developed by a North-East company.
DOZENS of energetic walkers braved the hot sunshine to cover five miles for good causes yesterday.
Emmerdale soap star Roxanne Pallett is urging women in the North-East to join Cancer Research UK's Race for Life in Durham and Newcastle.
Veteran Hollywood star Mickey Rooney is to appear in panto.
Everyone at Coronation Street is "thrilled to bits" after the programme swept the board at the British Soap Awards, a spokeswoman said yesterday.
Not all new writing is great, but all great writing was once new.
Serious role secures Wood's Bafta record
Pop star Faye Tozer, best known as one-fifth of the group Steps, is to star in Aladdin at Newcastle Theatre Royal this Christmas.
The Journal has been rolling off the presses for 175 years, and for 40 of them dedicated Ann Donohoe has been at the sharp end of the daily operation to get the paper out to our loyal readers.
It was what lay underneath the famous Barbour jacket that was attracting attention yesterday.