Great location on the banks of the River Tyne with varied worldclass entertainment. Lots of free events and good souvenire shop and cafe
This is another fantastic building for Gateshead, I have been to a few concerts there and the facilities are great too, the Halls where the concerts take place are big but not too big and plenty of space between the seats. The only 'bad' thing about it is getting from the car park to the halls, a bit of a... More
i was here for the fireworks the park was well managed very very busy but it was a great firework display. only real issue i had was the place needed more gates opened so people could get out easier
Have been to the Sage a few times but this time I took along a friend who had not been before. The building is stunning. The reflections against the glass breathtaking. Parked no bother £4 for the evening which I think is fine as you are very close to the venue. The show we saw was One night of Queen.... More
First time we have been and we hope it won't be the last. What a lovely setting for listening to the great swinging sound of the John Wilson orchestra.
excellent competition always some brilliant music, just a pity the judges never agree with the Audience!
the sage is an amazing place to visit. feels like being on a cruise ship inside. pleasent staff but drinks quite expensive.
Spent a weekend at the venue for the Brass in Concert and the contest. The amenities are well placed around, use of a lift if required as with all events their is never enough staff at the bars of food out let's in saying that they do a great job.... So if you are attending a concert then be prepared... More
An ingenious feat of engineering which brings a brand new concept to the north east skyline. I love it both inside and out. The sound or acoustics are fabulous, bring on the music!
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