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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.

Newcastle’s Subterranean Secret Sensation

There's a historical hidden gem under our beautiful city that, unfortunately, many of you may not know about...

Dreams can come true as legends turn out for music lovers

More big name acts have been announced for the free outdoor concerts happening at the South Tyneside Festival this summer. Organisers have now revealed that...

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...

See Medium Suzanne Gill raising spirits in 2015

The gifted Medium performs live in the North East

An Unmissable Weeklong Event At Live Theatre

Celebrate the best new theatre from the North East and beyond in an unmissable weeklong event

Hau5 returns to Newcastle – bigger, bolder, better

NCL Arena to host Hau5 Fe5tival on 20th/21st September

Screenage Kicks present Witchfinder General at Newcastle Castle

As part of Screen Demons, the North East horror film festival coordinated by Screenage Kicks, Newcastle Castle will screen Witchfinder General (1968) in the Great Hall of the Castle Keep.

Local Hero Eric Burdon And The Animals To Headline Newcastle City...

One of Tyneside's favourite sons, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Eric Burdon is set to make an emotional return to Newcastle with his band The Animals.

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

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

Award winning West-End drama heads to Newcastle Theatre Royal

The multi-award-winning new play King Charles III is coming to Newcastle Theatre Royal