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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.

Adam Hills Brings His ‘Clown Heart’ To Newcastle City Hall

Following a sold-out tour this spring, star of Channel 4’s The Last Leg and Aussie favourite...

Cast announced for world premiere of Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour

Play based on The Sopranos will show at the Live Theatre Newcastle during October 2015

‘It’s All Going On’ At The Great North Museum This April

Exhibitions Bones: Skeleton Secrets of the Animal World Until Sunday 14 May 2017 Free, donations welcome. No...

The North’s biggest free summer festival set to return

THREE months of family fun and music is planned this year, with the return...

Three to see this weekend: arty treats, beer-y meets and heavy beats

It’s set to be a warm one and things are certainly hotting up on...

Upside Down Presents – the little shop with a big heart at Newcastle’s Quayside

One man and his dog's homage to all things local and quirky

Mötley Crüe include Newcastle in their last tour ever

Mötley Crüe include Newcastle Metro Radio Arena in their last tour ever with special guest Alice Cooper

Tyne Bridge Immortalised In Lego Bricks

LEGO lovers and Geordies will clamour for a LEGO brick set of the Tyne Bridge

Laura Whitmore To Star In Peter James Play ‘Not Dead Enough’ At Newcastle Theatre...

Leading television presenter Laura Whitmore will star in the next thrilling stage adaptation of...

HOME Announces Biggest Celebration Of Hong Kong Film To Date In The UK

CRIME: Hong Kong Style which will be the biggest celebration of Hong Kong film in the UK to date, is running at venues across the UK from February to April, including a number of screenings at Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle in April.