It's the moment theatre lovers have been waiting for. The Darlington Hippodrome is re-opening following a £12.3 million restoration project.Read the full story ›
Stand-up comedian, Phill Jupitus is set to perform in County Durham.Read the full story ›
The Shakespeare Rose Theatre was approved by the City of York Council. A unique summer of Shakespeare has been promised for 2018.Read the full story ›
Matilda The Musical will make its North East debut at Sunderland Empire.Read the full story ›
Darlington Civic Theatre will close temporarily today (Tuesday) for a multi-million pound refurbishment.
The work, funded by grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England will take 18 months to complete.
Darlington's Civic Theatre is set to receive initial support of £5m from the Heritage Lottery Fund.Read the full story ›
Over 2,200 pupils from schools across Gateshead are taking to the stage for a two day celebration of dance.
Hits ranging from the cheesy to the timeless were performed at Gateshead Schools Dance Festival, staged at Sage Gateshead.
In total over 72 schools and community groups took part. Children as young as five and six took part alongside accomplished dancers from secondary schools across the borough.
This is the 6th time that the Gateshead Schools Dance Festival has been held at Sage Gateshead and the first time that it has been extended to cover two full days, March18 and 19.
Jason Donovan talks to Ross Hutchinson about bringing Priscilla Queen of the Desert to NewcastleRead the full story ›
Doctor Who fans are welcoming the show 'My Dalek Has A Puncture' to Whitley Bay Playhouse on November 20. Simon Fisher-Becker, better known to Sci-Fi fans as Dorium Maldovar from Doctor Who, talks about how he became an actor and how to get into the industry.
It comes after the success of last year's screening of the Theatre Royal's production of Aladdin on children's wards across the North East.
Jack and Beanstalk will be screened at 2pm on Saturday December 21st, with repeat screenings at 4pm and 6pm.
Nearly 200,000 hospital patients across the country will get the chance to see Newcastle's Christmas panto this Saturday.
Patients on all wards, in 93% of hospitals, will be able to see Jack and the Beanstalk for free on their personal televisions.
Actor Clive Webb, who plays Jack's dad, told us what this meant to the actors taking part.
You can then hear from Howard Tait, who is the Trust Board Director of the Theatre Royal.