Welcome to Newcastle Arts Centre.
Over 120 information pages about art, craft, exhibitions, events, workshops and discount art materials.
Direct Dial Phone , Details 0191
Last Autumn visits to the Arts Centre 1720 per week = 89440 per year
in the Gallery
Life Drawing, Illustration, Pastels,
How to Draw, How to
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We are always happy to answer question about the use of art material at 'details' our art & graphics material shop. we also have a few helpful guides here.
from our competitive range from our real shop at Newcastle
in the Black Swan
7.15pm Every Week
Entry £6 Including Tution
phone 0191 222988
Newcastle Arts Centre Ltd was founded as an arts development company in 1981. It is a 'not for profit' social enterprise that supports Newcastle Arts Centre Trust; a registered Charity.
The Arts Centre is
one of a very few sustainable independent arts organisations
in the UK. It has operated without grant aid since 1993
staging thousands of events and is now in its busiest year
with several hundred events in our 3 venues and 4
phone 0191 2229882 - 30/6/2015 sorry phone out of order
New Photo Page pictures from recent performances
Please note performance start times
are brought forward on Fridays
Tuesday 30th June 8.00pm
Schmazz presents Moonlight
It's not often that Schmazz presents a band that has played a session at Glastonbury Festival but Bristol-based quintet Moonlight Saving Time not only have that on their CV but also getting moved to a bigger venue at Brecon Jazz Festival due to demand!
A band with diverse appeal then with, at its deeply melodic core the interplay of Emily Wrights voice and Nick Malcolms trumpet, sometimes in unison and sometimes weaving contrapuntal lines around each other. Which is not to downplay the contribution of the rhythm section, including bassist Will Harris and drummer Mark Whitlam, part of the excellent Michelson Morley band which played the Cafe in April last year, and a newcomer to Tyneside and a man with a buzz around his name, keyboardist Dale Hambridge.
Emily Wright vocals; Nick Malcolm trumpet; Dale Hambridge keys; Will Harris bass; Mark Whitlam drums
Tickets on sale at : 1)
www.seetickets.com 2) Reflex: 0191 260 3246 3) Jazz
Café: 0191 2229882 email@example.com
Friday 3rd July 9pm Paul Edis Trio £5.00 (£3.00 before 8.30pm)
Three wonderfully entertaining musicians playing old tunes in endlessly inventive new ways. Plus some great new ones. Or to put it another way, and to quote the Jazz Alert newsletter, far from falling into the routine groove that can too easily beset bands with a resident slot, Paul, Mick and Adam are constantly demonstrating that you dont need .... gimmickry to find new ways of exploring the classic piano trio format.
Paul Edis piano; Mick
Shoulder double bass; Adam Sinclair drums
Saturday 4th July 9pm Belinda Voshtina / Alan Law Duo Admission Free
Belinda is a graduate from the Sage jazz degree course , and in addition to regular outings with her band the Shafafa Trio, has recently been performing with the Strictly Smoking Big Band and on the concourse at the Sage Jazz Festival.
is jazz and Latin scene regular Alan Law. The duos set
will be a mix of standard straight-ahead jazz , blues , and
some fiery Afro Cuban songs.
Tuesday 7th July 8pm Tuesday Jam Admission Free
The most entertaining
jam session on Tyneside with the finest house band. (First
and third Tuesdays)
Debra Milne Ensemble with special guest James Birkett
£5.00 (£3.00 before 8.30pm)
north east jazz vocalist Debra teams up with guitar maestro
James Birkett to explore their favourite jazz standards.
Expect some lesser known gems, and plenty of great swinging
Originally from the North East, Alice Grace began her career singing with The National Youth Jazz Orchestra and with the house band at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club, before landing a place to continue her musical education at the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
Since then she has sung with a variety of jazz and soul ensembles performing at prestigious venues such as The Southbank Centre and the Royal Albert Hall in London, as well as more intimate jazz venues across the UK and Europe. Her soulful tone has also seen her lend her vocal talents to producers of drum & bass, dubstep and house music, and she continues to compose for artists and producers in these genres.
Since relocating to Dubai, Alice began performing with the Emirates Jazz Collective before co-founding and singing with successful band The Swing Revue for leading venues such as Jazz Pizza Express and The Atlantis Hotel, as well as performing regularly in jazz duos and trios across the Emirates.
Apart from a fleeting
appearance at the Cafes late night jam session for the
Sage Jazz Festival, tonights duo with Peter Gilligan
on piano will be her jazz debut on her return home. The pair
will perform originals and jazz
major refit the Jazz Cafe on Pink Lane is open as
Newcastle Arts Centre is committed to maintaining a creative stage for live music and small scale events.
is funded by Newcastle Arts Centre Trust an independant
charity for the arts.
Jazz Cafe featured in the Guardian Magazine 2/5/2015,
Free chance to win - return train tickets to Newcastle and 2 nights at the Malmaison.
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67 Westgate Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne
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