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The Sage Gateshead

Home to the Northern Sinfonia orchestra, The Sage Gateshead is a hugely popular centre for music, with performances to suit a wide range of tastes - pop, jazz, classical, brass bands, folk and more. This striking building was designed by internationally renowned architect Norman Foster and cost over £70m to construct. Since its opening in 2004 it has hosted a number of influential artists such as Bob Geldof, Nancy Sinatra and James Brown.

Here are just a few reasons why The Sage Gateshead is one of the most popular attractions in the region:

• Two auditoria boasting outstanding acoustics: Hall One with 1640 capacity, and Hall Two which can seat 450
• Hundreds of performance and participation events throughout the year
• Annual music festivals at the site and around the region
• Café, brasserie and four bars which can be used without a concert ticket

The Sage Gateshead
St Mary's Square
Gateshead Quays

Theatre & Arts

Music & Dance

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Local Attractions

Tynedale really does have it all....a rich heritage, spectacular scenery, a proud sporting tradition and a vibrant arts and music scene. For details of the district's main attractions, click here

Other Attractions

Going further afield?....Head out from Tynedale along all points of the compass and you'll find fascinating things to do and places to see. For attractions further afield click here