Funny Guys starring Cannon and Ball
Friday 1st April, 7.30pm
Joining Cannon and Ball on stage will be comedy duos Harper (Tommy¹s sons), Barricade and the loveable Little Albert for a night of hilarious comedy.

Tickets: £14.50 full, £13.50 concs

Charlie Landsborough
Sat 2nd April, 7.30pm
Folk, country, ballads and blues with a strong and often personal lyric content, combined with Charlie¹s wit and repartee, have led to a winning formula loved by fans across the globe. www.charlielandsborough.com

Tickets: £15 full, £13 concs

Moscow Ballet La Classique present
Giselle

Mon 4th April, 7.30pm
The romantic ballet is a classic, performed by the world-renowned Moscow Ballet - La Classique whoh demonstrate their continued quality of dance and performance.

Tickets: £17.50 full, £15 concs, £12 U16s

Leah Bell presents
The VE Day Celebration Show

Thurs 5th April, 2.30pm and 7.30pm
Re-capture the inimitable spirit and momentous events leading up to an
unforgettable day 60 years ago when Victory was declared in Europe with music, dance and song!

Tickets: £10 full, £9 Ease Card, £9 concs

Over the Rainbow - the Eva Cassidy Story
Thurs 7th - Sat 9th April, 8pm
Sat 9th April, 2.30pm
A compelling musical which tells the life story of this legendary artist, following Eva¹s life through dramatic scenes and stunning live renditions of her music including a haunting interpretation of Somewhere Over The Rainbow. Standing ovations across the UK!

Tickets: £15 full, £13 concs

Jazz at Saville Exchange, North Shields
Keith Nichols¹ Blue Devils with Joan Viskant

Friday 8th April, 8pm
Playing big band music of the 20s and 30s this ten piece band will perform high quality music by some of the greatest names in British jazz. www.jazzexchange.co.uk

Tickets: £11 full, £10 concs

Tony Christie
Sun 10th April, 7.30pm
One of the worlds most gifted singers, with hits including: Is This The Way To Amarillo, I Did What I Did for Maria, Avenues & Alleyways, Las Vegas and many more.

Tickets: £16.50 full, £15 concs

Three British Tenors
Friday 15th April, 7.30pm
The Three British Tenors perform an evening of famous Opera Arias interspersed with lighter music and a little comedy.

Tickets: £14 full, £13 Ease Card, £12 concs

Return to the 80s
Sat 16th April, 7.30pm
This two hour show recreates some of the decade¹s classic anthems from artists such as Madonna, Duran Duran, Wham!, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Erasure and The Eurythmics.

Tickets: £12 full, £11 Ease Card, £10 concs, £63 party of 6

Monster Productions presents
Hogwash

Tues 19th to Sat 30th April (not Sun)
10.30am and 1.30pm weekdays
11am and 2pm Sat
An improbable tale of people, pests, pets and pigs positively packed with songs and participation for the under 7s!

Tickets: £7.50 adults, £4.75 child, £21 family of 4, £15.75 family of 3

Clive Baldwin¹s Jolson Show    
Wed 20th April, 7.30pm
   
Much has been said and written about Clive's amazing resemblance to Al Jolson both in singing and speaking as well as the uncanny stage appearance which brings back the very image of "Jolie" in his prime.

Tickets: £12 full, £10 concs

Classic Clapton! 20th Anniversary
Thurs 21st April, 7.30pm
Clapton clone Mike Hall perform nearly 2 hours of classic Clapton hits with his band After Midnight. www.classic-clapton.com

Tickets: £10 full, £9 concs, 2 for 1 friends

Hull Truck Theatre Company present
Kissing Married Women

Friday 22nd April, 7.30pm
An hilarious and touching new comedy following Daft Dave who is re-invented as a gigolo by his best mate and is catapulted into a hostile world of desperate women hell bent on having a good time

Tickets: £12 full, £10 Ease Card, £9 concs, 2 for 1 friends

Whitley Bay Operatic Society present
Hello Dolly!

Mon 25th -Sat 30th April, 7.15pm
Sat 30th April, 2.15pm
We are off on a whirlwind race around New York at the turn of the twentieth century with memorable songs including Put On Your Sunday Clothes, Elegance and Hello, Dolly!

Booking opens on 7th February
Tickets: £9 full, £8 senior citizens and U16s

Denise Nolan stars in
The Magic of Judy Garland

Fri 6th May, 7.30pm
Be captivated and entertained by the dazzling Denise Nolan singing all the greatest songs of Hollywood legend Judy Garland, accompanied by her fabulous Rainbow Concert Orchestra

Tickets: £12.50 full, £11.50 Ease Card, £10.50 concs, 2 for 1 friends

Talon
Saturday 7th May, 7.30pm
Now in their seventh year this truly amazing concert goes from strength to strength with the legendary sounds of the Eagles.

Tickets £12 full, £11 ease card, £10 concs

The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra directed by Ray McVay     
Wednesday 11th May, 7.30pm
Ray McVay, the Official Glenn Miller Orchestra, the Moonlight Serenaders and the Uptown Hall Gang; featuring star musicians who have worked with the orchestras of Benny Goodman, Billy May and Frank Sinatra perform the original arrangements of classic wartime chart toppers www.glennmillerorchestra.co.uk

Tickets: £12.50 full, £11.50 Ease card, £10.50 concs, 2 for 1 Friends

Jazz at Saville Exchange, North Shields
Thursday 12th May, 8pm

Hot Antic Jazz Band (France)
France's best known traditional jazz band! Hot classic jazz plus a generous helping of Gallic charm - this is their only appearance in the region in 2005, so don't miss it!

Tickets: £11 full,  £10 concs

TV Puppet Party featuring the Gluvets    
Saturday 14th May, 2.30 pm and 6.30pm

The show has a host of other great puppet characters and also features guest artiste Gareth Oliver a zany ventriolquisty who has appeared on BBC's Street Life and ITV's This Morning.

Tickets: £9 full, £7 under 16's and senior citizens, £19.50 family of 3, £26 family of 4

Tyneside Schools Dance Festival
Wed 9th / Thurs 10th March, 7pm
Students from Tyneside dance and delight with their energy and skill.

Tickets:£5 full, £4 senior citizens and U16s

Northern Opera present La Traviata    
Friday 20th and Saturday 21st May, 7.15pm

One of the most popular of all Italian operas, with its famous Drinking Song, a dramatic party scene and a romantic love story. Featuring soprano Rachel Orr as Violetta and international tenor Michael Bracegirdle as Alfredo.

Tickets: from £8 to £16 concs available

Rotary Clubs of North Shields and Wallsend present A Musical Extravaganza
Sunday 22nd May, 7.30pm

Come along to the Playhouse for a night  of entertainment with the celebrated North Tyneside Concert Band and other youth music groups

Tickets: £5 full, £4 senior citizens and U16s

Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers    
Wednesday 25th May, 7.30pm
Powerful rhythms on the huge Taiko drums interweave with delicate flute, gentle bells and percussion in a visually spellbinding display of grace, choreography and athleticism. Prepare for your senses to be awakened.

Tickets: £11.50 full, £10.50 Ease Card, £9.50 concs, £27 family of 3, £36 family of 4

Lunchtime Recitals at Saville Exchange, North Shields
Young Lions of the Keyboard - Dmitri Rachmanoff
Friday 27th May, 1pm

Dmitri will perform works by Schumann, Rachmaninoff and Scriabin.

Tickets: £4 full, £3 season ticket

Much Loved Productions present Glamorous Nights    
Friday 27th May, 7.30pm
A selection of favourites from the golden era of operetta.  This show marked the beginning of a long association with MLP and the Playhouse and returns after 10 years with the original cast: Marilyn Hill Smith, Jeremy Peaker, David Smith at the piano and this time compered by Mark Langley.

Tickets: £11 full, £10 Ease Card, £9 concs, 2 for 1 Friends

Jaleo Flamenco    
Wednesday 1st June, 7.30pm
A potent cocktail of explosive footwork, haunting singing, virtuoso guitar playing and percussive handclapping from southern Sapin with some flamenco's finest award winning artists.

Tickets: £12 full, £11 ease Card, £10 concs

Yours Silver Stars Talent Contest    
Thursday 2nd June, 2pm
A talent contest for the over 60s.  Come and strut your stuff on stage!  For an application form please send a stamped addressed A4 envelope to the Playhouse or pick one up at the Box Office before the 13th May.

Tickets: £5 all tickets

Million Dollar Baby (12A)
Fri 3rd June, 12.30pm and 7.30pm
£4.70 full, £4.50 Ease Card, £3.50 concs and 2 for 1 Friends
Monday Supersavers £4.50 full, £4.30 Ease Card, £3.30 concs

From the producers of Forever in Blue Jeans:
Voice of the Heart - Karen Carpenter    
Saturday 4th June, 7.30pm    
A musical celebration of the greatest Carpenter songs with vocals from Carole Gordon and outstanding talent from the Blue Jeans Band, singers and dancers, supported by The Fiddling Fool - Slim Pickins.

Tickets: £12 full, £11 Ease card, £10 concs, 2 for 1 Friends

Tynemouth Gilbert and Sullivan Society present
Princess Ida    
Wednesday 8th - Saturday 11th June, 7.30pm    
One of the least performed yet most exciting and entertaining operas from Gilbert and Sullivan full of action and delightful music with a storyline that involves an ugly king, a beautiful princess and a prince who disguises himself in women¹s clothing!

Tickets: £7 full, £6 concs Wed only

Vera Drake (12A)
Thurs 9th June, 12.30pm only
Mon 13th and Wed 15th June, 12.30pm and 7.30pm
£4.70 full, £4.50 Ease Card, £3.50 concs and 2 for 1 Friends
Monday Supersavers £4.50 full, £4.30 Ease Card, £3.30 conc

Lunchtime Recitals at Saville Exchange, North Shields
Young Lions of the Keyboard, Tim Horton
Friday 10th June, 1pm

Tim will perform works by Schubert and Beethoven.

Tickets: £4 full, £3 season ticket

Jazz at Saville Exchange, North Shields
Keith Nichols & His Rhythm
Friday June 10th, 8.00pm

Piano maestro and BBC Jazz Heritage Award Winner Nichols in a programme of Fats Waller music. With six-piece band including John Crocker (ex Chris Barber Band) on reeds.

Tickets £10 full, £9 concs

Jazz at Saville Exchange, North Shields
Keith Nichols¹ Blue Devils with Joan Viskant
Friday 8th April, 8pm

Playing big band music of the 20s and 30s this ten piece band will perform high quality music by some of the greatest names in British jazz. www.jazzexchange.co.uk

Tickets: £11 full, £10 concs

Duggie Chapman presents
The 60th Anniversary of WWII We'll Meet Again    
Tuesday 14th June, 2.30pm

Singalong to hits from the blitz with a superb cast of comedians, musicians and singers in a celebration of wartime entertainment. Featuring Marilyn Hill Smith, tv impressionist Adam Daye, amazing young musician Andy Eastwood, comedian Pete Linup and star vocalists Tony Leyton and Mervyn Francis for a great afternoon of nostalgia.

Tickets: All seats £7.50, 2 for 1 friends

A Very Long  Engagement (15)
Thurs 16th June, 12.30pm and 7.30pm

£4.70 full, £4.50 Ease Card, £3.50 concs and 2 for 1 Friends
Monday Supersavers £4.50 full, £4.30 Ease Card, £3.30 concs

European Ballet present
A Ballet Gala
Friday 17th June, 7.30pm
Showcasing the magic of Russian classical ballet with excerpts from
Romeo and Juliet, Swan Lake and The Nutcracker amongst many other astounding classical and neo-classical works.  Led by former Principal dancer of The Bolshoi Ballet, Stanislav Tchassov, the cast of superb first-class international dancers create an exciting display of virtuoso technical skills, sensual beauty and intriguing magic of ballet.

Tickets: £15 full, £14 Ease Card, £13.50 concs, £10 U16s

Spirit of the Dance with Ireland¹s Three Tenors    
Sat 18th June, 7.30pm
Bursting with raw energy, this explosive and powerful show combines heart-pounding Irish dance with the sensual Latino rhythms of flamenco and red hot salsa in a thrilling production of strength and passion. Special guests in this year¹s show are Ireland¹s Three Tenors, who bring some of the greatest voices ever heard to Spirit of the Dance.

Tickets: £15 full, £13.50 concs, £84 party of 6

Ravenswood Singers and Opera Live present
From Vienna to Broadway
Sunday 19th June, 7.30pm
A spectacular evening combining Viennese elegance and glamour with music from spectacular West End shows.

Tickets: £7 full, £6.50 u16¹s and senior citizens

Amber Film Season at the Playhouse
Mon 20- Wed 22nd June, 2.30pm and 7.30pm
Amber Films present a series of films from regional film makers:
Mon 20th - The Scar: Award winning feature film developed out of the experience of women in the aftermath of closure
Tues 21st - Like Father: Exploring male experience post closure, three generations struggling with a loss of identity
Wed 22nd - Shooting Magpies: Amber¹s new feature film following lives through a post industrial coalfield landscape.
www.amber-online.com

Tickets:  £4 full, £3.50 concs or see all 3 films for £9

My House in Umbria (12A)
Thurs 23rd and 27th June, 12.30pm and 7.30pm
£4.70 full, £4.50 Ease Card, £3.50 concs and 2 for 1 Friends
Monday Supersavers £4.50 full, £4.30 Ease Card, £3.30 concs

Lunchtime Recitals at Saville Exchange, North Shield
Young Lions of the Keyboard, Arta Arnicane
Friday 24th June, 1pm
Latvian born Arta will perform pieces from Chopin and Liszt

Tickets: £4 full, £3 season ticket

Bobby Pattinson and Friends    
Friday 24th June, 7.30pm    
Following the success of Bobby¹s 2004 live video Bobby Pattinson Looks at Life, he returns to the Playhouse for a great night of Geordie laughter and music. Previous shows have sold out quickly, so book early!

Tickets: £12 full, £10 concs

Saturday Stage School, Whitley Bay present Musical Seasons
Saturday 25th June, 6pm
Over eighty students from the Saturday Stage School will be performing a super selection of musical and dramatic interpretations relating to the four seasons.

Tickets: £6.50 adults, £5.50 senior citizens and U16s   

Ladies in Lavender (12A)
Wed 29th June, 12.30pm
£4.70 full, £4.50 Ease Card, £3.50 concs and 2 for 1 Friends
Monday Supersavers £4.50 full, £4.30 Ease Card, £3.30 concs

Whitley Bay Theatre Company present
Dad's Army    
Friday 1st and Sat 2nd July, 7.30pm
There were a total of 80 episodes of this well loved show and this production is based on three favourites "Don¹t tell him your name, Pike!", together with the sketch produced for the Royal Variety Performance.

Tickets: £7.50 full, £6 senior citizens and U16s

1 Night of Shakespeare   
Sunday 3rd July, 7pm
100 Theatres  400 Schools  10,000 Performers
The Playhouse and 4 local schools are part of a unique event staged by the BBC and the Shakespeare Schools Festival across the UK. 400 Schools will perform abridged Shakespeare plays simultaneously in 100 theatres.

Tickets: Adults £7, Concs £5

Jazz at Saville Exchange, North Shields
Keith Stephen¹s Gypsy Jazz (Morpeth)
Monday July 4th, 8pm
Local string wunderkind Keith Stephen turns from banjo to guitar with his own five-piece Gypsy Jazz, bringing us swinging music in the Django Reinhart style.

Tickets £9 full, £8 concs

Cloud Nine present
Ships That Pass
Monday 4th-Friday 8th July FREE to Ferry users
Sat 9th and Sun 10th July,
A unique dramatic experience, by Alex Ferguson,  for South Shields / North Shields commuters.Peak time travellers on the Ferry will see a full drama unfold before their eyes on an act by act, day by day basis.
Omnibus editions of the 25 minute play will travel up and down the Tyne on Sat and Sun times to be confirmed.

Tickets: FREE to ferry users (Mon-Fri), £6 Sat and Sun

Tynemouth Priory and Castle, Tynemouth
Dodgy Clutch present
Elephant Show
Mon 4th & 5th July, 10am and 1.45pm
Wed 6th, Thurs 7th and Fri 8th July, 10am, 1.45pm and 7.30pm
Fifteen performers from the UK and South Africa come together in a multi-talented company of actors, dancers, story-tellers and musicians.  Using elaborate body puppets, brilliant acting and wonderful songs, Elephant celebrates ubuntu (humanity) through an enchanting exploration of the themes of captivity, freedon and redemption.

Tickets: £10 adult, £7.50 child, £30 family of 4, school bookings £5 per child, African workshop £4 per child (all prices include entry into Tynemouth Priory)

North Tyneside Education Business Partnership present
Local Assmbly Plays
Tues 5th, Wed 6th, Thurs 7th July, time tbc

Four local writers have been working with 18 schools across North Tyneside to develop four new 20 minute plays on a local topic or theme that the pupils have contributed to. The project has helped to develop creativity in schools in the area.

Tickets: tbc

Barry Cryer and Ronnie Golden Unplugged
Friday 8th July, 7.30pm

Following three years of sell-out shows at the EdinburghFestival Barry Cryer and Ronnie Golden hit the road with their songs dealing with the BIG issues: John Prescott, alien life forms, flower arranging, makeovers' for Wild West towns and truffles (to name but 4) plus jokes that span the jubilee years! Mixing Barry's laser-sharp one-liners with Ronnie's twisted rock 'n' roll humour they present the funniest, smartest music / comedy show in the U.K.

Tickets: £13 full, £12 Ease Card, £11 concs, £69 party of 6

Walk the Plank present Noah's Ark
Saturday 9th July, 7pm
Sunday 11th July, 2.30pm

Walk the Plank bring the world's best known nautical adventure to life  complete with flooding, family feuding and a cornucopia of fantastic fauna - in a magical show designed especially for performance on board the theatre ship. Directed by Lee Beagley, award-winning director of Moby Dick, written by Lee Beagley and Esther Wilson.

Tickets: £10 full, £8 concs, £6 under 16's, £22 Family of 4, £16.50 Family of 3, 2 for 1 Friends

Amber Films at Saville Exchange, North Shields    
12-15th July, 2.30pm daily
As part of the International Rivers Festival and a celebration of Amber Film¹s re-launch of In Fading Light on DVD they present a series of films with river and North Shields connections.  Film makers will be present at each of the showings:
Tues 12th July - The Filleting Machine (1981) 41 mins
            Maybe (1969) 10 mins
           Launch (1973) 10 mins
Wed 13th July - Making of In Fading Light
Thurs 14th July - In Fading Light (1989) 103 mins
Fri 15th July - Dream On (1991) 115 mins
Film makers will be present at screenings
www.amber-online.com

Tickets: £4 full, £3 concs

The Big Chris Barber Band    
Thursday 14th July, 7.30pm
Chris Barber leads his 11-piece band, playing a wide selection of his favourite music from his roots in New Orleans style to the early music of Duke Ellington and Sidney Bechet and beyond

Tickets: £15 full, £13 concs

Tynemouth Amateur Operatic Society present
The Merry Widow 1905 - 2005
Friday 15th and Saturday 16th July, 7.15pm

Probably one of the most beautiful operetta¹s ever written, join TAOS for a very special Merry Widow Centernary Celebration Concert.

Tickets: £9 Adults, £7.50 senior citizens and U16s
Booking opens 16th May 2005

Whitley Bay International Jazz Festival
Friday 15th to Sunday 17th July:

22 bands and star soloists from France, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden, Germany and the U.K. in three days of top-class traditional jazz, from Ragtime to Swing. Fifteenth great year! All at the Menzies Silverlink Park Hotel, Wallsend.
www.whitleybayjazzfest.com

Tickets: single days from £15, whole weekend £50 includes FREE ticket to The Big Chris Barber Band

Drama at Saville Exchange, North Shields
A Guild of Lillians Production in collaboration with Sage Gateshead
Get Up & Tie Your Fingers by Ann Coburn
Tues 19th - Fri 22nd July, 7.30pm

Molly wants to see the world, not spend her life gutting fish on the Eyemouth coast.  Jean's struggle to teach her dreamy young daughter the skills of a fisher lass has a fearful intensity that even Jean's closest friend Janet cannot understand.  Molly must learn to tie her fingers to protect them from the gutting knife that will be the tool of her trade.  But in Ann Coburn's award-winning play, the binding of fingers becomes symbolic of a different kind of tie, that between mother and daughter.  When should we let our children go? Only when a hurricane hits the village do the three women in this affecting play find out. Directed by Fiona MacPherson.

Tickets: £8.50 full, £6.75 concs, 2 for 1 Friends

Tynemouth Castle and Priory, Tynemouth
Tynemouth Pageant 2005 present
SHIPWRECK!  Beware the Black Middens
Tuesday 19th - Saturday 23rd July, 8.15pm

This compelling play by Noreen Rees tells the story of the wrecking of the 'Friendship', the 'Stanley' and the 'Constance' in a fierce storm in November 1864, the disaster which led to the foundation of the Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade.  It¹s an open air production so wrap up warm!

Tickets £7 full, £5 concs inc English Heritage members, family of 4 £20

The Best Musicals Ever    
Friday 22nd July, 7.30pm

The WestEnders are a group of six West End singers who, between them, have appeared in more than twenty of the most famous musicals to hit London in the last decade. They met while appearing in the London production of Les Miserables and have earned critical and commercial acclaim for their musical theatre tribute show.

Tickets: £12 full, £11 Ease Card, £10 concs, 2 for 1 Friends

Sat 23rd July, 10.30am
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (U)

£2.50 kids, £4.70 adults, £4.50 Ease card, £3.50 concs

Star Performers Summer School
Monday 25th- Friday 29th July, 9.30am to 2.30pm

Designed for 8 to 14 year olds by qualified teachers and theatre directors.  Send the kids along to learn more about performing arts including musical theatre and pop, movement and dance, improvisation and mime and comedy drama.

For more information please contact the box office.

Thank You For the Music
Friday 29th July, 7.30pm
Abba Magic and Bee Gees Magic have been performing together for ecstatic audiences across the UK for the last eight years. Be one of the first to enjoy Thank You For The Music ­ an incredible new production featuring all the hits of Abba and the Bee Gees plus all the original cast of last year¹s top-selling show.

Tickets: £15 full, £13 concs

Sat 30th July, 10.30am
Racing Stripes (U)

£2.50 kids, £4.70 adults, £4.50 Ease card, £3.50 concs

The Ken Dodd Happiness Show
Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th Aug, 7.30pm

This beloved comedy genius, highly successfull actor, singer and impresario makes his annual trip to the Playhouse this summer.  Guaranteed to put a smile on your face, but only if you book early...

Tickets: £16.50 full, £15 concs    

At the Hop
Friday 5th Aug, 7.30pm

Take a trip back in time with the music of the greats from the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee, Cliff Richard, Louis Jordan, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Connie Francis, Jerry Lee Lewis and the King himself, Elvis Presley.

Tickets:  £12 full, £11 Ease Card, £10 concs, £63 party of 6

Madagascar (U)
Sat 6th Aug, 10.30am

£2.50 kids, £4.70 adults, £4.50 Ease card, £3.50 concs

The Gershwin Years    
Friday 12th Aug, 7.30pm

Tony Jacobs and the Jim Barry Rhythm Kings celebrate the music and songs of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, Fats Waller and many others, plus tributes to those masters of popular music, Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire and Frank Sinatra.

Tickets: £12 full, £11 Ease Card, £10 concs, £63 party of 6, 2 for 1 Friends

Clifford's Really Big Movie
Sat 13th Aug, 10.30am

£2.50 kids, £4.70 adults, £4.50 Ease card, £3.50 concs

Bobby Darin Songbook
Saturday 13th Aug, 7.30pm

Tony Benedict (founder member of the Kings of Swing) pays a special tribute to Bobby Darin's short, but full life covering every aspect of music from the 50s, 60s and 70s.  Featuring the  Nelson Riddle Tribute Orchestra who provide the accompaniment to Tony Benedict, and also selected instrumental hits of the late Nelson Riddle.

Tickets: £15 full, £13 concs
BOBBY DARIN DAY!
BOOK A TICKET FOR THE SHOW AND SEE THE FILM BEYOND THE SEA AT 2.30PM FOR ONLY £2.50

Jazz at Saville Exchange, North Shields
Papa Joe's All-Stars (London)
Friday, August 19th, 8.00pm

Well-known hot traditional band featuring the legendary Charlie Connors on clarinet and soprano sax and Ken Sims (ex Acker Bilk) on cornet ­ first-ever visit to the North East.

Tickets £10 full, £9 concs

Magic Roundabout (U)
Sat 20th Aug, 10.30am

£2.50 kids, £4.70 adults, £4.50 Ease card, £3.50 concs

Much Loved Productions present
Last Night of Proms
Saturday 20th Aug, 7.30pm

Another fantastic night of pomp and circumstance with the British Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and witty moments from Mark Langley.

Tickets: £15 full, £14 Ease Card, £12.50 concs, £78 party of 6, £48 family of 4

Much Loved Productions present
Strictly Astaire (Come Dancing with Ginger)
Friday 26th Aug, 7.30pm

An evening of the music, life and times of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers following their great years in film together.

Tickets: £12 full, £11 Ease Card, £10 concs, £63 party of 6

The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (U)
Sat 27th Aug, 10.30am

£2.50 kids, £4.70 adults, £4.50 Ease card, £3.50 concs

Saturday Stage School, Whitley Bay present
Musical Seasons
Saturday 25th June, 6pm

Over eighty students from the Saturday Stage School will be performing a super selection of musical and dramatic interpretations relating to the four seasons.

Tickets: £6.50 adults, £5.50 senior citizens and U16s

Magic - A Kind of Queen - The Celebration Tour
Saturday 27th Aug, 7.30pm

If you are a Queen fan, or you simply want to know what a Queen concert was like live, you must see Magic and their remarkable talents, bringing you Queen¹s greatest hits as no other group can.

Tickets: £12 full, £11 Ease Card, £10 concs, £63 party of 6, £38 family of 4

The Memphis Belle Swing Orchestra
Friday 2nd Sept, 7.30pm

Jay Ashworth leads the British based orchestra from the piano and sings the music of Harry Connick Jr and the early Sinatra songs.  The swing orchestra plays the music of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman and others with the Memphis Belle Lindyhoppers.

Tickets: £12 full, £11concs

Tractor Tom
Saturday 3rd Sept, 1pm and 3.30pm

Brave and resourceful, Tractor Tom always saves the day, but with heaps of fun and adventure along the way.  The show combines a strong storyline, plenty of laughter, song and dance in the familiar, yet imaginative setting of Springhill Farm.  Come dressed up for a day on the farm!  Suitable for children aged 3-7 years.

Tickets: £9 full, £7 senior citizens and U16s, £19.50 family of 3, £26 family of 4