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Support Sunderland's bid to become City of Culture 2021 and join us and others by sending your best wishes via facebook, twitter and instagram at 11am on Friday 28th April when their first round bid is submitted.
Our Ladies, Live Theatre's co-production with National Theatre of Scotland wins Best Comedy at 2017 Olivier Awards and transfers to the West End
We are seeking an insipring and dynamic individual as Executive Producer to drive the development and implementation of City of Dreams - an ambitious, transformational culture-led programme for children and young people in Newcastle Gateshead.
Starting with Earth Hour 8.30-9.30pm on 25th March, NGCV is relaunching its efforts to be greener in 2017 through our Green Campaign. We want to raise awareness and encourage staff, the public and visiting artists and cultural professionals to think and be as green as possible
Three young North East creatives who are living their dream thanks to a unique apprenticeship scheme, encouraged others to do the same as the country celebrated National Apprenticeship Week this month. Find out more about the regional scheme run by Sage Gateshead
Creative Fuse North East is a unique partnership between the region’s five universities. Specialist academics and staff will work with industry, cultural organisations, charities and the public sector, to explore how creative, digital and tech (CDIT) firms complement and add value to each other, sharing best practice and encouraging the adoption of new innovative working practices. Find out how you can be involved.
Join The Insider to find out about what's on, events, offers and top picks across our venues. Our innovative collabioration is helping more people access more cultural experiences across Tyneside, try new things and get more out of what's on offer.
NGCV’s annual Economic Impact Assessment for 2015-16 shows that our 10 organisations continue to make a significant, collective economic contribution to NewcastleGateshead and the North East region.
Centre for Life chief, Linda Conlon, signs the official agreement and helps launch the first World Science Centre Day on 10th November, developed in partnership between UNESCO and the Association of Science and Technology Centres, which she chairs.
Tyneside Cinema’s Dementia-Friendly Cinema programme has won a prestigious North East Equality Award for outstanding equality and diversity practice. The monthly screenings provide opportunities for people with dementia and their families and carers to enjoy films in a relaxed and supported environment.