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Newcastle has re-invented itself as a hotbed of culture. Our creative city is brimming with love for the arts. It’s bursting with enough galleries, museums, concert halls, libraries, and theatres to keep the most devout culture vulture happy and more festivals than you can shake a stick at. I Love Newcastle Magazine will keep you right up to date with all of the arts and culture events in Newcastle.

The Bottle Shop sets the stage for first comedy gig

Newcastle craft beer hotspot is set to host its first comedy show

Mixtape Time Travel Back To The 90s

AFTER sell out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe and Live Theatre, infamous sketch troupe Mixtape are back with a new 90s show. In celebration of this most...

Newcastle High School For Girl’s ‘Hard Knock Life!’

Newcastle High School For Girls present their latest stage production of Annie

Ne1 For Some Summertime Fun In Newcastle

‘Staycationing’ has never been more popular amongst Brits concerned about the falling pound and political upheaval internationally.  2016 was a record breaking year for inbound...

North East Publisher Launches Holocaust Survivor’s Story

The true-life story of a Polish Holocaust survivor is the latest ebook from North East publisher Dilliebooks, launching on Remembrance Day. Krystyna Porsz was just...

City Hall Thrives Under New Management

Newcastle Theatre Royal Trust, an independent charity, took over the management of the City Hall in April 2016 last year after region-wide austerity cuts...

What Makes Newcastle Dads Grumpy?

What do Kim Kardashian, Strictly Come Dancing and East Enders have in common?

NEWCASTLE T0 GET ASTON MARTIN PREVIEW AT NE1 NEWCASTLE MOTOR SHOW

Excitement is building and with less than a week before NE1’s Newcastle Motor Show, the UK’s largest open-air, city centre Motor Show event, gets...

Chance Of Festival Fame Awaits North East Artists

THE region’s bands and solo stars are being given the opportunity to perform on the same bill as Pet Shop Boys and The Libertines...

BBC Radio 3 To Broadcast Thinking Festival From The Sage Gateshead

"Move faster, break things", says Mark Zuckerberg. But do we actually need more calm in an increasingly fast-paced world? Is digital technology breeding a...