Gateshead Silent Film Festival 2019 – the low down

So now we are half way through January (how did that happen?!?), I hope you have your diaries full of events, happenings and plans for 2019…….there are so many amazing things going on in the region and my last post covered just a few of my top picks! One of my recommendations was the Gateshead Silent Film Festival – I’ve got my ticket and I’m so excited to go! It will be my third time attending and each year it just gets better and better, and as a Gateshead lass, I’m so proud that something like this happens right here, on my patch!

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This year’s Gateshead Silent Film festival, a collaboration between St Mary’s Heritage Centre & Side By Side Arts; two nights of silent movies accompanied by ‘live’ piano music.

Friday night is ‘Horror’ night showing the 1925 seminal American silent horror ‘Phantom of the Opera’. Scream for Pizza are serving a range of their ghoulishly gorgeous fresh made pizzas from 7pm, and a pay bar is available too. Tickets available here.

Saturday night is ‘Comedy’ night showing ‘Girl Shy’. The Poor Boy (Harold Lloyd) is a bashful tailor’s apprentice who longs to be a published author. Heading for the city to sell his romantic anthology, he encounters the Rich Girl (Jobyna Ralston) on a train, and he helps her hide her dog from the conductor. Excited about a budding romance, the Poor Boy goes off to a publisher and gets rejected. Disheartened, he gives up on the Rich Girl. However, when the publisher changes his mind, the Poor Boy tries to rekindle the spark of romance. Scream for Pizza will also be back serving from 6pm and bar open from 7pm. Tickets available here.

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But instead of me jabbering on about why you need to get tickets for Gateshead’s Silent Film Festival, I thought I’d catch up with Mr Gateshead Silent Film Festival, the Director of Side By Side Arts – Stuart Angus. We caught up recently (before Christmas) and bonded over Stuart’s FANTASTIC gin collection and I had the privilege of finding out all about Side by Side Arts and what is in store for this year’s Silent Film Festival!

Let’s start at the beginning for my fellow Culture Vultures – who are you?

My name Stuart Angus and I am the Director of Side By Side Arts.  I’m originally from Northern Ireland, but moved across when was 18 to study music at Newcastle University and fell in love with the North East so stayed!

The North East tends to do that, once you arrive here, people don’t want to leave/we don’t allow you to leave. So Side By Side Arts, what is it and what does it do?

Side By Side Arts is a Community Interest Company which aims to bring performing arts opportunities covering music, dance and drama to people in the North East who would not normally have the opportunity to take part. Currently we run stage schools for children, supported by partners and various funders, which enable young people from lower income backgrounds to take part. We also lead the Low Fell Community choir, have a music tuition studio, run group and individual piano lessons and even run an annual Silent Film Festival!

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Stuart leading Low Fell Community Choir at BALTIC as part of Great Exhibition of the North

You’ve just mentioned The Silent Film Festival, that’s what I want to hear more about! Tell my fellow Culture Vultures, what’s happening and what’s on across the festival?

The Silent Film Festival is now in its third year and run jointly with St Mary’s Heritage Centre. This year we are even bigger and better running three events, all celebrating the magic of silent film, over the 25th & 26th January.

Friday 25th January is horror night! Enjoy the gothic settings of St Mary’s while watching the all-time horror classic ‘Phantom of the Opera’.

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Saturday 26th sees the venue transformed into the St Mary’s Speakeasy where the hilarious Miss Dixie Swallows introduces the comedy film ‘Girl Shy’ featuring Harold Lloyd. This is a great love story about a guy who thinks he knows how to make women fall in love with men, but in reality can’t speak to a girl without stuttering!

Both evenings will be accompanied by myself live on piano, a pay bar open and the delicious Scream for Pizza will also be cooking up a storm!

This year for the first time we are also holding the family funny bones hour where we will be showing three short comedy silent films, one of which will be accompanied by myself on piano. These are three of my most favourite short films and the one I am accompanying live is my all-time favourite (Buster Keaton’s One Week). This event is especially for families to come along, be thoroughly entertained and have a great time together as a family.

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I really like your choice of films – Girl Shy is just fantastic. What made you select this year’s films?

I chose Phantom Of the Opera because most people are very familiar with the Andrew Lloyd Webber version, but the silent film is where it all began and a true class. I wanted to show the original film and surprise people with a similar story line but with music that you wouldn’t necessarily associate with the film.

Last year for comedy night we showed Charlie Chaplin and the year before we showed Buster Keaton, so for 2019 following on with the theme of showcasing some of the silent film comedy greats, we thought we’d let Harold Lloyd have a turn this year! Every year, I like to show a film which people are a bit less familiar with (everyone knows the scene where Harold Lloyd is hanging from a large clock face) and ‘Girl Shy’ has all the elements to make a great comedy film from a love story, through to hilarious slap stick and even a comedy chase!

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St Mary’s is just such a perfect venue for this type of event and as always, can’t wait to see it for horror night– from your perspective why did you pick this as your Silent Film Festival home?

St Mary’s is a fantastic venue and is so versatile in its uses. Who could imagine that such a place could host a wedding one week, a conference or a workshop the next and then even a silent film festival?!?! The gothic setting of a church is amazing to show horror films while speakeasies appeared in the most unlikely of places during the 1920’s prohibition, so where more unlikely to have one than in an old church?

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I’ve heard lots of people talking about this year’s festival – like they’ve just discovered it, which is always a great sign! But this is actually its THIRD year – how did it all start?

It all started with me going to the Heaton Park Silent Film Night which used to be held in the Summer time. From here I discovered silent films and in particular Buster Keaton. This inspired me to write my final dissertation on the evolution of silent film music and from there my love for the silent film era grew! I was really sad when the Heaton Park Festival ended because of the loss of funding and really wanted to bring silent films back to the North East!

You introduced me properly to silent films and since the first festival, I’ve been keening watching them and I’ve discovered that watching silent films was (and still is) actually anything but silent! People watching giggled, socialised, drank and of course, lots of live musical accompaniment. You’ll be doing live piano along to the films to bring them to life – are you doing a special score?

Every performance that I give is a soundtrack that I have compiled especially for the showing using a massive array of music, a lot of the music you will hear is taken from original music that would have been used to accompany films.

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Why do you love Silent Films? Why is it important for people to fall in love with the genre today?

I love silent films because they don’t have any of the mod cons that you would expect to see in modern cinema. All of the actors do their own stunts, there was no CGI and most importantly the main way that they could tell a story effectively was by using music to match with what you see on the screen.

It’s really interesting that the whole perception of what you watch and experience can be altered by what you hear! That’s why the musician’s job in the silent film era was almost as important as the actors who were on screen. It also led to so much more including folly artistry to provide sound effects which ultimately developed into what we recognise now as a modern day film score.

What I find interesting is that nowadays audiences are looking for that fully immersive experience while watching a movie; from attending showings with live orchestras playing the movie’s scores through to audience participation and live actors interpreting what is shown on screen simultaneously, so of course, what better way to enjoy a film than going back to where it all began?

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For people who haven’t seen any Silent Film before but just fancy a lush different night out to get them through January (it’s a long bliddy month), what can they expect if they get a ticket? Why should they get a ticket?

For people who haven’t watched a silent film I need to ask where have you been for the past two years!?!?!?! Coming to an event like this means that you are able to appreciate a film which is very cleverly made. While you’re watching you will get so engrossed in that you almost forget about everything around you because it is so visual! You can expect to have a unique experience with what you hear as the soundtrack is compiled especially for the event and not forgetting the amazing Miss Dixie on the Saturday night adding that extra bit of comedy!

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What’s next after the Silent Film Festival – what do you have planned for 2019?

2019 looks to be a busy year so far! I have a great project coming up with Imagine Gateshead where I will be working with a group of children to write a song about what they think Gateshead will be like in 100 years’ time! The Low Fell Community Choir are working on lots of great new music and getting ready to perform it over the coming months and I will also be growing the music studio. But most excitingly, I have a couple of new tutors who will be joining me over the coming weeks to take Side by Side Arts to the next level – so singing lessons, dance etc will be added to our growing offer!

You teach the piano and run lessons for adults and children – you’ve promised to give me a lesson or too (I’m not very musical), I need to know what you are going to teach me on the piano? My musical profile consists of Little Donkey on the recorder, The Rugrats theme tune on the glockenspiel so I’m eagerly awaiting another string to this bow…

I really don’t think that it is true that people aren’t musical….. you just have never had the right teacher! I firmly do believe that if you have the willing to learn something like piano and are happy to take 10 minutes a day to do a little bit of practice that you can learn to play in no time at all! (rant over!) So having said that my aim for you is to teach you a Britney Spears song as I know how much you love her!

Proud Britney Spears super fan right here…..right now I’m excited for my lesson. You also head up Low Fell Community choir and keep trying to get me join…… right this is your chance, 30 second pitch. I can’t sing, but love to sing as it makes me feel a bit lush inside….why should I join? If I join, can we do some Tina Turner or Britney? (non-negotiables)

The Low Fell Community Choir is a really friendly and welcoming choir, just like I say anyone can be musical, we really do believe that anyone can sing! We meet every Sunday at 5:30 at the Nest in Low Fell, there is no audition to join, you just have to turn up and sing! I teach everything by singing it to you and then you have a go at singing it back!

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Last year we did some amazing music from an Abba medley through to Adel’s Make You Feel My Love and big classics like Don’t Stop Believing! This year we are working on more epic tunes from Queen’s Somebody To Love, through to songs from Greatest Showman, a few modern day hits and yes! There is even a Tina Turner song to be learnt, but I’m not going to tell you which one – you’re going to have to come along to find out!!!

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I can feel my little feet stomping a la Proud Mary, in excitement already. So Culture Vultures, 25th & 26th January is this year’s Gateshead Silent Film Festival. Tickets are flying and it’s going to be a great weekend of silent film. I will be there lurking in the shadows on horror night, hanging out with minis (more on my level) for Funny Bones hour and cackling away at the back for comedy night.

If you see me – say hiyer and use the hashtag #GatesheadSilentFilm19 on social so I can track your silent film festival shenanigans!

That’s all for now.

Events and Happenings to look forward to across the North East for 2019

So I’ve been plotting and planning this blog post for some time – but you know what it’s like over the festive period…..always more cheese to eat, more gin to drink, another cat to stroke…..

Lots of you send me messages via my various social media channels asking for my recommendations of things to do, happenings, events etc – so I thought I’d write a blog on the things that I’m excited and looking forward to in 2019. There are so many amazing events, exhibitions, performances, happenings, things to see, do, visit, coming up, that it’s impossible to include them all but these are the ones that give me excited butterflies……

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New Year New Artists – Thursday 17 January – Sunday 20 January

If like me New Year and January is all about trying and seeking out new things and you’re feeling musically experimental after BBC3 Radios New Music week across the first week of January, then THIS is for you. I get SO stuck in a music rut through-out the year – but I love gigs, discovering new bands, singers and types of music that day to day, I’d probably not be open to.

New Year New Artists at Sage Gateshead, in association with my pals at NARC Magazine, brings together stars of the future; a weekend full of new music, different genres and artists of tomorrow. You can say you saw them here first!

The programme this year is amazing but if I had to pick a Culture Vulture recommendation it would be to go to Saturday 19 January – BBC Introducing in the North East Presents. This evening will be filled with exciting emerging artists, unsigned, undiscovered and under the radar music across the UK. The line-up includes the AMAZING Beth Macari, who if you are a lover of the regional gig and live music scene, you’ll have seen and fallen in love with her, like I have. She is certainly one to watch!

Ticket/Entrance Cost: Various prices per gig/festival pass (and some are free!)

How to Book: Sage Gateshead Website

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Gateshead Silent Film Festival – Friday 25 January, 8pm & 26 Saturday January, 8pm

This is now in its third year at St Mary’s Heritage Centre and is run by the incredibly talented creative Side By Side Arts.  If you haven’t been to St Mary’s Heritage Centre – then please you MUST go and this is your perfect excuse! It’s one of my favourite venues for an event; think converted Church, atmosphere, bit gothic and PERFECT for a silent film fest!

Side By Side Arts present two nights of silent films accompanied by live piano music, taking you back to 1920s where film making was pure gold, without special effects. Night one is ‘Horror night’ with a screening of The Phantom of the Opera, a 1925 silent horror classic, about an enigmatic masked presence. Night two is ‘Comedy night’ with a screening of Girl Shy, a silent comedy classic about ‘Poor Boy’ heading to the city to sell his romantic anthology and stumbles into a romance of his own! Night two is also being brought to life with compare and Rusty’s legend Miss Dixie Swallows bringing some class and sass to the proceedings. New for this year, is the addition of Scream for Pizza serving up their lush pizza and of course, there is a pay bar and each night ends up with dancing (or in my case twirling) to 1920s-40s music.

Ticket/Entrance Cost: £10 per night (each booked separately)

How to book: Gateshead Council Box Office Website – Horror Night / Comedy Night

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Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing – Friday 1 February – Monday 6 May

In February 2019, to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, 144 of the Renaissance master’s greatest drawings in the Royal Collection will go on display in 12 simultaneous exhibitions across the UK including Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens! Sunderland has got it going on at the moment and we are SO lucky to have this on our door step – it’s a MUST visit!

1st Feb marks the opening weekend of Leonardo da Vinci, A Life in Drawing – and if like me, you’re all about being there first, then it’s all about the opening weekend! The exhibition is your rare opportunity to see the extraordinary drawings of Leonardo da Vinci from the Queen’s Collection. The drawings on selected for display reflect the full range of Leonardo’s interests and his innovation – painting, sculpture, architecture, music, anatomy, engineering, cartography, geology and botany.

Keep an eye on Sunderland Culture social media and website over the coming weeks for a wide ranging programme of supporting events and activities for families and adults through-out the exhibition period.

 

Even though the exhibition doesn’t open until 1st Feb – tickets are on sale now and I do recommend pre-booking yours to avoid disappointment.

Ticket/Entrance Cost: £2.50 per person & Under 16s free (but ticket still needed)

How to Book: Visit the Sunderland Culture Leonardo website page.

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Sunderland Comedy Project- Thursday 7 February, 7.30pm

With Jesterval Comedy Festival, South Tyneside Comedy Festival, Arts Centre Washington comedy programme and of course, The Stand Comedy Club, I think we do pretty well for comedy. I love attending comedy shows and seeing touring comedians. However, I’ve just found out about The Sunderland Comedy Project and their monthly shows with regional comedians at the lush Sunderland venue, The Peacock. This is a MUST for this Culture Vulture in 2019….

The Sunderland Comedy Project has just announced their February show and line-up; I’m buzzing that Jesterval fave (and organiser) Dave Haddingham is comparing for the evening. Now, I’ve seen Dave many times before and I’ve go to this, just for him alone – he’s hilarious! Other acts announced so far are Karen Bayley and Vince Atta with more to come. This sounds like a great night to discover some new comedy; I will be cackling in the back!

Ticket/Entrance Cost: £10 per-booking or £12.50 on the door.

How to Book: Visit the Jokepit online box office.

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Screenage Kicks: True Romance- Thursday 14 February, 7pm

After a year-long absence, which left a hole in my social life heart, Screenage Kicks is back with a vengeance in 2019! Now, if you haven’t heard of Screenage Kicks – well they are a MUST for you in 2019. Screenage Kicks creates bespoke immersive pop up cinema events celebrating absolute cult cinema classics in truly unique locations. They have to be experienced to be believed – but think live music, character performance, beautifully themed venue decorations and special touches inspired by the films themselves.

So, here they are back for 2019, returning with their first ever (Anti) Valentines special, screening one of their (and mine!) favourite cult classics, Tony Scott’s beloved ‘True Romance’. Presented in full Screenage action packed glory, within the unique and romantic surrounds of a space never yet used by Screenage Kicks; The Assembly Rooms is set to be transformed into The Beverley Ambassador.

Ticket/Entrance Cost: £22 or £39.60 for a couples ticket (Please note – this is NOT a couples event – everyone and anyone is welcome!)

How to Book: Visit the Seetickets Screenage box office.

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The Art of Taxidermy: Artist Talk- Saturday 2 March, 11am

With Taxidermy and Entomology having a big revival and growing in popularity – are you feeling a bit curious? Have you thought about having a go but a bit unsure? I certainly have! Moreover, I have so many questions! Moth Studios are the leading Taxidermy and Entomology studio in the region, hosting a wide range of workshops in their own studio and all their items are responsibly and reputably sourced – for one special morning, Moth Studio is hosting a talk at St Mary’s Heritage Centre Gateshead (what a PERFECT venue for it!?).

In this artist talk and demonstration with Moth Studios, they will share their visionary way of re-introducing Taxidermy, Natural History and Entomology into contemporary lifestyle, exploring techniques they use, hints and tips for your own pieces and how you can get involved in the practice.

The talk is such a unique opportunity to find out more and will close with a Q&A so you can truly satisfy your curiosity.

I really love an Artist talk!

Ticket/Entrance Cost: £6 per person

How to Book: Visit the Gateshead Council box office

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Where There’s Muck There’s Bras- Wednesday 13 March, 7.45pm

This beautiful show at The Northern Stage celebrates the ‘real’ Northern Powerhouse – the sung and unsung women of the North of England. Its politicians, entertainers, musicians, sportswomen, activists, writers, innovators and mould breakers – women who are often missing in the ‘standard’ Northern Powerhouse who (in my opinion) consist mostly of white men in suits. I mean how tragic was the line-up for the Business Conference during Great Exhibition of the North!?!?! I’ve felt more inspired by a smack in the face….

In this hilarious and thought provoking show, stand up poet and Radio 4 regular Kate Fox and actor Joey Holden champion #lasses such as Britain’s first astronaut Helen Sharman, the first female speaker of the House of Commons, Betty Boothroyd and music hall star the inimitable Hylda Baker alongside some #lasses you may not have heard of, Liverpool’s Hilda James who introduced the front crawl to the UK, Lilian Bader, one of the first black women in the RAF and “Red Ellen” Wilkinson the MP who led the Jarrow March!

I heard AMAZING things about this show during its mini tour last year so I’m mega excited to see it myself! In addition to Northern Stage – it’s playing all over the North including Darlington, York, Halifax, Middlesbrough and many other venues – visit Kate Fox Facebook for full tour details.

Ticket/Entrance Cost: From £10 per person

How to book: Northern Stage Website – Where There’s Muck There’s Bras

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Curious Arts Fundraiser – Friday 16 March, 8pm

Curious Arts champions and develops LGBTQ arts, artists and audiences across the North East. Their work, events and yearly festival in July celebrates and explores Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Culture through the arts. Every event, I’ve attended has blown my mind – interesting, high energy, such a memorable experience and guaranteed that you leave curious for more. In short, I love everything they do. They haven’t announced their festival programme for July 2019 – but I can promise you, it will be amazing!

However, they have just announced their fundraiser evening at Alphabetti Theatre; this evening directly supports the Curious Festival 2019 programme. Last year was a BLAST, so you can expect a line-up packed full of talented performers, dance and drag artists with the proceedings most likely led by Mutha Tucka. I promise, you will laugh until your sides hurt, see performers from the region doing amazing things showcasing the unreal talent we have in the region and you’ll end the night dancing away in Alphabetti’s theatre bar.

And if like me, you’re curious for more or if you can’t make the fundraiser – they also have Northern  Stage is Curious: 2019 on 1 June, for a preview of what to expect from award-winning Curious Festival 2019;  an evening of comedy, theatre and performance from established and emerging Queer Northern talent.

Ticket/Entrance Cost for Fundraiser: £10

How to book: Via the Curious ticket website.

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The Bon Bons Cabaret: God Save the Queens – Thursday 28 March, 9pm

Bonnie and The Bonnettes and The House of Love are back with another one of their fun, feisty, entertaining and infamous Bon Bons Cabarets; God Save The Queens. Tonight they explore and celebrate what it takes, to be a Queen! Whether it’s Mariah Carey, or Mary Queen of Scots, these Queens have always got the job done. From a culturally shifting Christmas number one to running the entire country of Scotland, they inspire generations, they make their mark, their voices heard; they are true Queens. During the night, Bonnie and The Bonnettes explore what exactly makes a “Queen”? Are you born one? Do you transform into one? Do other people’s love and adoration make you become one?

Get ready for a night like no other at Alphabetti Theatre and remember to wear your crowns and tiaras!

Ticket/Entrance Cost: £7 (£5 concessions)

How to book: Via the Alphabetti Theatre website

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The Guilty Feminist- Saturday 4 May, 6.30pm

The Guilty Feminist podcast has become a comedy phenomenon with over 50 million downloads since it launched in late 2016 – it is pretty much my life Bible and small bit of sanity during periods of absolute insanity. I actually didn’t know this was even coming to Newcastle’s City Hall until I was tagged into a social media post and the lush ladies from Third Space Events sorted me a ticket to join their gang! I am so excited – I will be fangirling and whooping like a cracker!

Lush megababe – Comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests discuss things which all twenty-first century feminists agree on – while confessing the insecurities, hypocrisies and fears which undermine those noble goals. For this special touring version of the show, Deborah will be joined by some of your favourite comedians, guests and musicians from the podcast for a celebration of how far we’ve come, and a conversation about what remains to be done.

Now in a world where “feminism” has become a bit of a (sadly) negative term…. I promise you this evening will have you giggling, thinking “oh my god – ME TOO” and walking away empowered. #LASSES

Ticket/Entrance Cost: £26.50 – £32

How to Book: Visit the Theatre Royal Website

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Elmer’s Great North Parade – Early August – November 2019

In 2016, did you (like me) fall in love with Snowdogs? I was a one woman advocate and superfan! LOVED IT! So I’m so excited that another mass Art participation event is planned for 2019, an even bigger set of feet will be parading through our region’s streets, parks and coastline – Elmer the Elephant’s ‘Great North Parade’, in support of St Oswald’s Children Hospice, is coming to town!

This beautiful art trail made up of individually designed sculptures based on the much loved Elmer character will stomp its way across the region for 10 weeks from August to October 2019.

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It will be similar to in concept to last time – expect Elmer’s across Gateshead, Sunderland, Newcastle, Northumberland & South Tyneside designed by local, regional and International Artists with one or two celebrities thrown in for good measure. You will be able to follow a paper trail map or an app on your phone in order to follow the trail alongside lots Elmer themed events across the whole region.

I am sure Elmer will absolute capture the hearts and minds of the region again – getting you all to be tourists in your own town. I am SO bliddy excited for this and it’s just fantastic that it benefits St Oswald’s Hospice; I was humbled recently, when I was invited for a tour of the hospice and hear about all the great work they do.

Keep an eye on the Facebook page for announcements or sign up to the mailing list.

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World Transplant Games 2019- Saturday 17 – Saturday 24 August 2019

If like me, you get borderline obsessed during the Olympics, then you’ll be super excited about a week long of live sporting events right here to the region. Held over seven days, the Summer World Transplant Games are held every two years in host cities around the world. I’m over the moon NewcastleGateshead have been chosen to host.

Summer 19 will see around 3000 visitors from 70 countries come to NewcastleGateshead to compete; competitors are aged from 4 to over 80 and will all have had lifesaving organ or tissue transplants. There will be events for living donors and donor families, as well as a number of social and cultural events for the public – alongside the obvious opportunity to attend the Games to watch at venues like Gateshead International Stadium. Sports will include archery, athletics, badminton, basketball, cycling, darts, football, golf, volleyball, petanque, squash, swimming, table tennis, ten-pin bowling and tennis.

Details about pricing and how to book are yet to reveal – follow the Facebook event page to keep in the loop!

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Well that was just a flavour of a few of the things I’m excited for across 2019….. quick shout outs also go to:

No28 – their themed quiz nights are amazing – I had a blast at last year’s Peep Show one!

MAPS Festival by Chalk – a creative and immersive weekend of art, music and play aimed at children under 8 and their grown-ups.

Lundgren Tours – they are yet to announce their tours for 2019 – but I’ve heard rumbling of Lake District and as I’m trying to get back to my outdoorsy best, I’m excited!

Tyneside Cinema – I’ve fallen back in love with the cinema again and one of my New Year’s Resolutions is to go to the cinema at least once every two weeks…. Tyneside always feature amazing films and host unique film events.

Low Fell Food Market – Everyone loves a food market and I especially love Spring/Summer ones in Saltwell Park and Gateshead (easier for me to roll home full). They are yet to announce dates – but they are coming!

Great Northumberland – After the MASSIVE success of last year’s Summer event season, it’s no surprise that I’ve heard rumours of this happening again! I really love Northumberland and the programme of events they put on so I’m eagerly awaiting more news and I will update you as I find out!

That’s all for now Culture Vultures!