POSTPONED - Level 42 - From Eternity To Here @ O2 City Hall Newcastle
20 October 2021
Level 42 continue to be the benchmark for British jazz-funk music and after 40 years they’re still powering on, with the From Here To Eternity tour bringing their vast catalogue of albums to the stage for an almighty live show.
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.
Deacon Blue - Cities of Love 2021 @ O2 City Hall Newcastle
08 November 2021
Scottish pop-rock band, Deacon Blue, are set for a big year ahead of them. Releasing their ninth album, City Of Love, the multi-million selling band will then hit the road to visit more cities than ever before.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show: All That You Feel World Tour 2021 @ O2 City Hall Newcastle
18 November 2021
Performing the music of Pink Floyd with note for note perfection, the critically acclaimed tribute show, The Australian Pink Floyd, will be bringing their spectacle of a show to O2 City Hall Newcatle.
Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra @ O2 City Hall Newcastle
01 December 2021
Jools Holland and The Rhythm & Blues Orchestra will once again take their much-loved annual tour around the UK featuring dazzling long-term vocalist Ruby Turner, with her breathtaking gospel, soul, blues vocals and songs written with Jools, as well as Louise Marshall, whose mellifluous voice illuminates all she sings.
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PREVIEW: PSYCHO PATH IS BACK
5th October 2020
HORROR MOVIE scenes are set to come to life this autumn, with a brand new attraction unveiled for the North’s biggest scream park.
PREVIEW: Durham Book Festival
28th September 2020
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.