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If you've any interest at all in Newcastle's history and the lives of its people then this photography exhibition is a must. It shows in close up, from the harrowing (scenes from the miners' strike in the early 80s still make me shudder) to the...More
Tucked away between a bar and restaurant, in the shadow of the Tyne Bridge is this wonderful place. It is a small space but across three floors there is ample space to display a variety of photos. The gallery is the base of the Amber...More
Fascinating art exhibition over 2 floors, depicting the North, in much poverty, over the past 40 years. Recent enough, but seemed like a different world!
Exhibition was free to enter, but donations were welcome.
The Side Gallery puts together strong, inspirational exhibitions with a sense of purpose to educate as well as entertain. It can be challenging stuff at times.
Exhibitions feature both black & white and colour images from some of the best photographers around; past and present....More
This small, fascinating gallery is independent and reached by a flight of ancient worn stone steps. Not sure about lifts etc. Constantly changes so go anytime for great photos and exhibits that provide an insight into some aspect of somebody's life somewhere on the planet.
I was last in the gallery in the late 70s in my student days. I loved it then and wasn't disappointed by my recent visit with some friends. It's small, but has always had interesting and thought-provoking exhibitions. The men on reception were also extremely...More