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
Click here for information
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 From
Entry £6 Including Tution
phone 0191 222988
Closed for holiday August 21st
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
New Photo Page pictures from recent performances
Please note performance start times
are brought forward on Fridays
During this break tickets will be available from the Details Art Materials shop at Newcastle Arts Centre.
Mark Pringle - Fri 11th Sept.
Alice Grace - Fri 18th Sept
Soundbone - Fri 25th Sept
Kora Band - Fri 16th Oct.
These events are in the upstairs venue
You can purchase tickets in person, or by phone to be posted by 'recorded delivery' for a fee of £2.50 for any quantity. 0191 2615999 office hours.
The Cafe reopens 11am Tuesday September 1st with a
revised license that permits draught drinks on the Bar
and access for young people up to 11pm when accompanied by a
Tuesday 1st September
THE TUESDAY JAM 8pm / FREE
Bubbling over with
musical energy from gifted guests and the best house band on
Post Graduate Recitals
6pm - 7.45pm
Upstairs at The Jazz Cafe
6pm Stelios Arodites
(saxophone), 6.45pm Richard Hammond (vibraphone, percussion,
Saturday 5th September
Friday 11th September
Pianist Mark Pringle, aged just 24, but already described by The Independent as Stupendously talented, has recently graduated from jazz studies at Birmingham Conservatoire and in October begins two years further study in Berlin, Copenhagen and Amsterdam on a highly sought after place on the European Jazz Masters (EUJAM) Programme.
This year, thanks to a Peter Whittingham Award he has created and recorded a 12-piece ensemble, Moveable Feast, which tours nationally in September. The Moveable Feast Trio which he brings to the Jazz Cafe on - Mark on piano, James Banner double bass and Euan Palmer drums is described by Mark as the creative core of the 12-piece where his compositions are explored with greater freedom and communicative energy.
The Independent described his music as so full of joy that it can renew your faith not just in jazz , but music itself.
John Taylor, leading European jazz pianist and composer says of Mark Mark Pringle is an exceptionally gifted pianist and composer, and a remarkable improviser. 'A Moveable Feast' is a striking example of his writing and playing
Listen to Mark Pringles music at << sound cloud .com/markpringle >> and at <<markpringle.bandcamp.com>>
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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Newcastle Arts Centre
67 Westgate Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Monday - Friday:
9.00am - 5.30pm
9.00am - 5.00pm
Bank and Seasonal
Holidays may effect
opening times. Please
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