THE first ever Glendale Art Festival is launched today, with highlights including an exhibition of Matisse prints and talks by internationally acclaimed local artists.
FOLK singers Taylor and Noakes were born in the 1940s and started performing in the 1960s.
WAKA Waka is a North East network of organisations and people celebrating African culture and heritage.
IF you suspect the arts are little more than a leisure time activity for the comfortable middle classes, a conference in Newcastle today paints a different picture.
ONE of Lee Hall’s early stage hits is making a welcome return to the region, helping to celebrate the 40th birthday year of the theatre where it started life - and became one of its biggest successes.
Last year, people laughed and cried at The Wind Road Boys.
One of the most popular and enduring musicals will be twitching its whiskers on Wearside this week.
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MANNAZA means “celebrate and party with friends”. So, with this in mind, the restaurant, in Chinatown, Newcastle, is inviting one lucky reader to enjoy its Korean cuisine - and atmosphere - free of charge.
CULTURE Club members have the chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to see A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Durham when it comes to the Whitley Bay Playhouse on Sunday, July 21.
It's been a mad old time of late for sax player Lee Thompson and, as Barbara Hodgson hears, life is taking on a whole new rhythm as he adds a bit of reggae to the mix
Nobody marks an anniversary better than the Tyneside Cinema – and this weekend they’re pushing the boat out
ROBSON GREEN is ringing me from Hungary. “I’m brilliant,” he says.
CELEBRATING the end of exams is possibly the one thing about school days we all miss.
SAILORS living in a state of purgatory are the subject of an exhibition by French photographer Fabrice Terraz.
THE QUEEN of the keyboards had fans basking in a warm glow as she played Newcastle for the first time.
DANNY Adams only has to set foot on stage, sporting any one of his fun-filled faces, and an audience spanning the generations are soon falling about laughing.
BRILLIANT young talent is the bedrock of the annual Northern Chords Festival and there’s no better example than Freya Waley-Cohen.
WELL, the boy can still play. It may not have been a blistering homecoming for our local hero on Saturday night but it was certainly spellbinding.
IT has been eight years since father-and-son entertainers Clive Adams and Danny Webb made an on-stage home for themselves at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle.