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The Tyne Theatre & Opera House, previously the Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre, is now under new management and ran by Tyne Theatre & Opera House Limited. The Theatre offers the best in Music, Comedy and Theatre and is a Grade 1 listed theatre rated in the...more
117 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4AG, England
NB the visit should be just family , they are grown up !
So , Brian Blessed , just amazing . Positive and major force of willpower and energy ... he cared greatly about the audience and by the end we all adored him ....More
We went to see Sarah Millican last night; she was excellent but omg PLEASE refurbish the seats. I spent much of the first half wondering whether to adjourn to the bar to escape the extreme discomfort of my saggy, drooping seat. Excellent facilities and venue...More
Visited on Thursday to see the lovely Sarah millican. The venue itself was fine and obviously the act was amazing but the drinks were awful. I ordered a pint of fosters but notice straight away it was out so inform the lad who went to...More
I took my son to see What the Ladybird Heard. I thought the ticket prices were reasonable and it's a lovely grand venue for it.
However only downside is the seats are not really child friendly. I get it's an old building but maybe some...More
If you want a good laugh for kids and adults at Christmas time, give the Christmas panto a shot. Adult humour and very Geordie, so if you’re not from Newcastle it’s like a cultural day out.
Today I went to the theatre for a different...More
Went to see the chris connor (Elvis show) i poned up before hand and spoke to a lady called joyce to explain one of my granchildren was in a wheel chair she went totally out of her way to organise an alternative place for him...More
Had seats in the stalls when enjoying the Greatest Elvis Show. Staff were good trying to get us all in on time.
The bar area was a little dated, very crowded and toilets were inadequate with queues taking around 10-15 minutes.
The show itself was...More
I went to see Joe Lycett yesterday evening (he was hilarious) at the Tyne Theatre & Opera House. The staff were friendly and there is a traditional and authentic feel to the space and general vibe. A couple of drinks cost £8-10 and they were...More
The best seats are in the dress circle. This tear of the theatre was designed to seat wealthy people who wanted to watch the play as opposed to the stalls where wealthy people sat to be seen at the theatre. There are a few... More
The best seats are in the dress circle. This tear of the theatre was designed to seat wealthy people who wanted to watch the play as opposed to the stalls where wealthy people sat to be seen at the theatre. There are a few seats in the circle that are difficult, but none are impossible.
Response from unknowngeordie | Reviewed this property |
Only in the stalls! There are no lifts as it is a grade 1 building that needs to be preserved and it would Destroy the atmosphere to put lifts in. So, if there is a wheelchair requirement, book in the stalls!