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NewcastleGateshead Cultural Venues

NewcastleGateshead Cultural Venues (NGCV) comprises 10
non-profit distributing cultural organisations in Tyne and Wear.

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city on the tyne's north bank

1 town on the Tyne's south bank
10 inspiring cultural venues
100s of exciting days out

22 different venues make up NewcastleGateshead Cultural Venues (NGCV), celebrating the visual and performing arts, music, dance, film, writing and literature, heritage, archives and museums and science communication. We work together to maximise the creative, social and economic potential of the cultural sector in the North East by developing strategic and creative initiatives, sharing practice, ideas and resources and by being a strong collective voice. You can find out more about our collaboration at ngcv.tv

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The North East’s internationally acclaimed centre for contemporary art, housed in a landmark ex-industrial building on Gateshead Quays.

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One of the leading new writing producers in the country, working with national and international co-producers. Its drama education programme is considered a national exemplar.
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A new national home for children’s literature, bringing together original manuscripts and artwork, involving young people, their families and educators in exploring creativity, literature and art.
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Newcastle’s landmark receiving and touring theatre and the regional home for, amongst others, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Opera North, The Dance Consortium and Rambert Dance.
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The North East’s leading independent cinema, a resource for learning and development of moving image and new media and an important hub for the North East’s creative industries.
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The North East’s major producing theatre, making and presenting a repertoire of new work and contemporary classics in collaboration with partners such as Robert Lepage, the Royal Shakespeare Company and Kneehigh.
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The pioneering international hub for music performance, learning and participation delivering across 10,000 square miles from Foster’s iconic building, as well as leading national programmes.
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England’s largest regional museums service, with 12 museums, galleries and Heritage sites. TWAM leads NE Regional Museums Hub (Renaissance), and has agreed links with five national museums (Victoria and Albert, National Portrait Gallery, British Museum, Natural History Museum, Tate).
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The National Dance Agency for the North East, raising the profile of dance for young people in partnership with key youth dance partners such as Youth Dance England and Public Health North East.
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At Newcastle's Life Science Centre, YOU are the scientist. Invent, create, explore and play! Home to the the North's largest planetarium, five interactive zones, Science Theatre and internationally acclaimed visiting exhibitions, plus the region's favourite outdoor ice rink (November - February).
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