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Sage Gateshead is an international home for music and musical discovery, bringing about a widespread and long-term enrichment of the musical life of the North East of England. Our inclusive approach enables all our performance, learning and...more
St. Marys Square | Gateshead Quays, Gateshead NE8 2JR, England
All reviews great acoustics concert venue main hall the river fabulous venue sound quality fantastic night beautiful building car park millennium bridge well worth a visit fantastic views performance sage stage auditorium brasserie
The Sage has a number of performance areas, a concert hall that seats more than 1,500 people, another Hall, Sage 2 that can be reformed to stage concerts in the round, another large room where performances are held. The concourse with a popular food counter...More
This is place you should visit and photograph at least once in your life as it's such an unusual building. It normally holds various events from seminars, workshops to concerts etc. There are bars and eateries available inside. Parking is free for 30 mins with...More
Attended a concert at Sage 2 and found the venue to be smaller than we had expected but we had an excellent view and it appeared so well tiered that most seats had a good view.
Had a drink before the performance and I thought...More
We went to a concert at Sage 2, which was marred on as many levels as the auditorium. My wife had a glass of wine which came in a plain plastic glass at the exorbitant price of £6:50. I know you expect to pay a...More
We come here often. Sage Gateshead offers so many musical experiences - from pre-shool children - to OAP and Silver members. Many big names give concerts here, and the building has 3 concert halls that are all sealed and separate - so that the music...More
Please advise on my Newcastle itinerary which is part of a monthlong UK trip. I will be arriving at noon from Glasgow before which I would have been in Edinburgh, St. Andrews, Inverness and Skye. After Newcastle, I will go to Oxford and London and then overnight train back to Edinburgh for flight home. I will be exploring by public transpo only (mainly bus as I will get dayrider tickets). Please check if my itinerary makes sense. This is mainly the daytime itinerary. At night, I am very much...More
April 04, 2018|
You are largely missing out the beautiful North Northumberland coast - Warkworth, Alnmouth, Craster/Dunstanburgh/Embledon, Farne Islands (boat from Seahouses), Bamburgh, Holy Island.