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The Thunder Girls

@ Tyne Theatre & Opera House


16 September 2021 - 18 September 2021

A new play with songs – starring Beverley Callard, Carol Harrison, Gary Webster and Coleen Nolan.


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POSTPONED - John Bishop

@ Tyne Theatre & Opera House


14 October 2021

The award-winning comedian, celebrated for his observational humour, is back on tour preparing for a brand new upcoming show which will be his eighth stand up show.


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Robert Temple – The Hypnotist: Red Raw

@ Tyne Theatre & Opera House


23 October 2021

“The Hypnotist: Red Raw” is a brand new show where volunteers from the audience unlock their imaginations and create a once-in-a-lifetime show of improvised comedy under the influence of hypnosis – live on stage.


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Average White Band: Person to Person Tour

@ Tyne Theatre & Opera House


05 November 2021

Considering their Scottish roots, AWB’s influence on Hip-Hop, Rap, and modern R&B is a phenomenon shown by the hundreds of samples from their originals, by such as Erik B & Rakim, Beastie Boys, Tribe Called Quest, P-Diddy, Mark Ronson, Rick Ross, et al. Their dance hit Let’s Go Round Again remains a fixture of contemporary radio, streaming and the remix world.


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POSTPONED - Not: Lady Chatterley’s Lover

@ Tyne Theatre & Opera House


08 November 2021

Happy Idiot in association with Worthing Theatres and Museum presents: Not: Lady Chatterley’s Lover
A parody of Lady Chatterley’s Lover by DH Lawrence...


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PREVIEW: PSYCHO PATH IS BACK

HORROR MOVIE scenes are set to come to life this autumn, with a brand new attraction unveiled for the North’s biggest scream park.

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PREVIEW: Durham Book Festival

Founded in 1990, Durham Book Festival is one of the country’s oldest literary festivals, which traditionally takes place every October in some of Durham’s most impressive historic venues, but this year it will be taking place online due to COVID-19.

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