Pictured Benedick (Craig Fairbairn) and Beatrice (Sara Jo Harrison) who are starring in The People's Theatre (Newcastle) production of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing in March 2015

A double helping of Shakespeare in Newcastle, courtesy of Northern Stage and The People's Theatre

Tragedy Macbeth and comedy Much Ado About Nothing will be performed on respective Tyneside stages from March 10 to 14

The cast of Daisy Pulls It Off at the People's Theatre

Schoolgirl comedy Daisy Pulls It Off comes to the People's Theatre

Ripping schoolgirl comedy Daisy Pulls It Off will see People's Theatre stalwarts pulling on school uniforms again

Review: People's Theatre serves up a moving reminder of the First World War

A 10-strong cast help to deliver a moving production of The Accrinmgton Pals by the late Peter Whelan

Sara Jo Harrison, Rhiannon Wilson, Moira Valentine, Sarah Davison and Emma Richardson play May, Bertha, Annie, Sarah and Eva in The Accrington Pals

People's Theatre commemorate the centenary of World War One on stage

The People's Theatre marks the 100th anniversary of WW1 with a production of Peter Whelan's The Accrington Pals

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The People's Theatre

Young Reviewer Melissa Jordan catches Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, which is at the People's Theatre in Newcastle until Saturday.

Bracing fodder for the brain

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? People's Theatre, Newcastle, until Saturday

Dark drama played out at theatre

Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? is at the People's Theatre in Newcastle next week.

A spooky night out

There will be some strange goings-on at a Tyneside theatre this week.

Giving this classic story a new twist

The People's Theatre, in Newcastle, is staging Tom Stoppard's adaptation of Anton Chekhov's, The Seagull, from tonight.

Body discovered beside busy city crossroads

A man's body was found in bushes beside a busy city crossroads yesterday afternoon.

Postcode focus: NE7

The Newcastle suburbs of Heaton and Gosforth have long been established as popular places to live, and we are now seeing increasing numbers of buyers choosing to locate in the High Heaton and South Gosforth areas.

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It's murder, Miss Marple

The new season at the People's Theatre in Newcastle starts tomorrow.

Candles lit house fire

The upstairs of a house in North Tyneside was badly damaged in a fire caused by unattended candles early yesterday.

Showtime for charity

A musical extravaganza for all the family will be performed this New Year by staff from children's charity Barnardo's to raise money for their work.

Powerful play for the People

The next production at the People's Theatre promises to be a powerful and tragic drama which probes hard-hitting issues.

Dip in, enjoy a few finest hours

There is a lot that is fine about Tyneside, but who or what constitute the finest?

Rating specialist's move

Rating specialist Cathrine Moore has moved to storeys:ssp in Newcastle after 14 years with DTZ.

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