Newcastle City Hall
- Telephone 0191 261 2606
- Website newcastlecityhall.org
Opening in 1927 the Harrison and Harrison Organ made Newcastle City Hall a major venue for classical concerts. As tastes changed through the 60s many of the greats of the era played, including The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Still a major concert venue City Hall has widened its repertoire to include comedy and other touring acts.
Five minutes walk from Haymarket Metro Station, one minute from the Quaylink bus stop on John Dobson Street and 15 minutes from Newcastle Central train station.
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80s Invasion Tour
Joint tour from 80s favourites Paul Young, Martika, Toyah and China Crisis.
Down-to-earth young singer-songwriter from Glasgow performs MOR material from her third album Life in a Beautiful Light.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show
Probably the best known and certainly one of the longest running Floyd tributes, supposedly counting members of the real band among its fans.
Bianca Del Rio: Not Today Satan!
Flamboyant humour from the American actor, stand-up and drag queen.
The Bowie Experience
Tribute to the late, great David Bowie.
The big-haired piano man performs from his catalogue of doe-eyed 70s hits.
Gino D'Acampo: Gino's Italian Escape
The TV chef signs copies of his latest book.
Greg Davies: You Magnificent Beast
The enormously tall and slightly manic-eyed comedian you'll know from many a telly panel show and from his terrifying turn as the head of sixth form in The Inbetweeners, Davies returns with a new show of stand-up to follow the likes of Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog and The Back of my Mum's Head.
Jimmy Carr: The Best of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.
Fri 12 May
£27.50 / 0191 261 2606
Sat 17 Jun
£28.50 / 0191 261 2606
Fri 20 Oct
£28.50 / 0191 261 2606
Joel Dommett: LIVE
The young comedy star with a cupboard full of accolades and dreadfully modern hair.
Jon Richardson: Old Man
Wry observations and pessimistic humour from the 8 out of 10 Cats star, who is starting to feel his age.
Led Zeppelin Masters
Powerhouse vocalist Vince Contarino and the 35-piece The Black Dog Orchestra pay tribute to the musical legacy of Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones by performing 18 Led Zeppelin classics including Kashmir, Stairway To Heaven and Whole Lotta Love.
The Magic of Motown
Tribute to the sweet soul sounds of Motown starring the supremely-talented Magic of Motown band, with hits made famous by the Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Martha Reeves and more.
Milton Jones is Out There
Absurd one-liners from telly regular Jones.
Resident DJs play classic rock.
Sat 4 Mar
Chrissie Hynde fronts the British-American collective who formed in Hereford in 1978 as they perform their iconic punk-rock originals, including I'll Stand by You.
A tribute to Prince.
The white soul boy who was a key player in the Stock, Aitken & Waterman stable in the late 80s and is now enjoying a comeback.
Got a goldfish that you flushed down the toilet that you need to say sorry to? Now's your chance to apologise through the medium of Sally Morgan.
Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox
Scott Bradlee, and ad hoc group Postmodern Jukebox, reworks 21st century pop hits in a variety of vintage styles.
The eighties' singer with the famous hips performs his past hits to celebrate the anniversary of 30 years since the release of his first hit in the UK. In 1980 the singer released Hot Dog after years of touring and recording Stevens got his big break. His success in the eighties continued with the release of Marie Marie…
Purveyors of old school metal and good time heavy blues rock.
Tribute to the American singer.