What's On This Week
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons redefined music for a generation, and the stage sensation Jersey Boys tells the story of Frankie as he crafted hit after hit – but became less enamoured with his backing band.
Stewart Lee’s well-known as the comedian’s comedian, and in his new show, Content Provider, he promises to skewer the modern world in his own inimitable way. Come along and see how comedy’s done.
Sam Smith skyrocketed up the charts (and won Grammy Awards in 2014 and 2015) for his moody, melodic music, but then took a break from the glare of fame. The good news is he’s back, and his 2018 holds plenty of promise – including a tour that’s taking in vast swathes of the country, including Newcastle in March.
The Irish comedian, theoretical physicist and host of Robot Wars is making a rare appearance in Newcastle on his latest tour, presenting all new material for 2018 that he’s calling ‘Voice of Reason’.
This oddball production by Little Mighty is a domestic comedy of errors: Jenny’s a vicar trying (but failing) to split from her husband, the church hall roof is falling down, and Jenny’s friend Danny runs into the vestry with a gun. Sound complicated? We agree.
A match labelled as ‘The Big One’, Newcastle Falcons welcome their rivals to St James Park. In what promises to be a fantastic day of sport, the Falcons are hoping that playing at St James’ will expand their fan base, and if successful, could become an annual event.
Take a glimpse into a personal collection of art amassed over 40 years, depicting scenes of South Shields and the North East. The collection includes the well known painting ‘Going Home’ by Ralph Hedley.