Playhouse

Sadie Pearson
Playhouse

Playhouse, Whitley Bay, is a fantastically diverse performance venue. Come to see theatre, comedy, live music, pantomime and more – all in the comfortably refurbished auditorium, nestled in the coastal town.

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What's on near Playhouse

Where to go near Playhouse

North East
Theatre
People’s Theatre

A genuine community theatre and one of the best in the region, People’s Theatre in Newcastle is one of the oldest and largest non-professional theatres in the country.

Armstrong Park
Newcastle
Park
Armstrong Park

Near Heaton you can find Armstrong Park, which connects Heaton Park with Jesmond Dean. This is one of the smaller parks in Newcastle but has its own beauty and pleasure to it.

North East
Restaurant
Boquerones Tapas and Cocktails

Beautifully rustic Mediterranean interiors, animated atmosphere and mouth watering food all work in happy unison to make a visit to Boquerones Tapas and Cocktails always agreeable.

Jesmond Dene
Newcastle
Park
Jesmond Dene

Jesmond Dene is one of the favourite locations for walks in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne for locals, from relaxing walks through to picnics, people from all over the city travel to enjoy this wonderful Victorian park.

Jesmond Dene House
Newcastle
Hotel
Jesmond Dene House

Jesmond Dene House can be found in the fantastic Victorian pleasure park of Jesmond Dene. The hotel itself is independent of any larger chains and so the quality of the experience that you have is down to the owners, staff and their expression of the North East of England’s hospitality.

Heaton Park Newcastle
Newcastle
Park
Heaton Park Newcastle

Found in the east end of Newcastle, Heaton Park offers fantastic opportunities to explore with woods, beautifully maintained flowerbeds, and wooded areas all in the same park. It is fantastically connected to both Armstrong Park and Jesmond Dene, for those looking to extend their walk around the other parks locally.

Newcastle
Music venue
Cluny 2

An independent music venue in Newcastle upon Tyne. There is a good choice of food and drink too.

North East
Restaurant
Little Buildings

One of Newcastle’s most well loved gig venues, Little Buildings is open 7 days a week and remains a local favourite.

Seven Stories
Newcastle
Library
Seven Stories

Seven Stories is the National Children’s Library which brings together all of children’s literature into a single building. Based in the creative area of the Ouseburn valley, Seven Stories is built inside of a building with seven stories, but its name has a double meaning as all the stories we tell fall within seven plots: Quest; Overcoming the Monster; Rags to Riches; Voyage and Return; Tragedy; Rebirth and Comedy!

Ouseburn
Newcastle
Tourist Attraction
Ouseburn

If you were walking along Newcastle’s quayside to the east, you would eventually arrive in the Ouseburn. Ouseburn – named after its tributary to the River Tyne – is the alternative cultural quarter of Newcastle.

North East
Gallery
The Biscuit Factory

A converted Victorian warehouse, with over 250 collections of work on display at any given time, as well as The Factory Kitchen Café.

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