Sage Gateshead

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The Sage Gateshead is a world class venue for people to see music, hear music and play music.

The Sage Gateshead contains three performance spaces of acoustic excellence, a 1,700-seater called Hall One and is modelled on the Musikverein in Vienna, a 400-seater Hall Two and a smaller rehearsal and performance hall.

The Sage Gateshead is open 7 days a week from 9am – 9pm (or later subject to performance times)

The Sage features five bars, Baltic Riverside Cafe, Sir Michael Straker Cafe, a brasserie, The Barbour Room, a multi-purpose function room for parties, weddings, small conferences and musical performances. You can drop in to these at anytime to enjoy the views over the river without even having to attend a concert as the building is open to the public even when there are no performances taking place.

 

The Sage Gateshead

 

 

There is also a well-equipped musical branch of Gateshead public library, stocking books, and current magazines covering all aspects of music, a CD library with listening posts, and computers with free internet access, subscriptions to music websites, and music software.

What’s On:

 

Joan Armatrading
The three-time Grammy Award-nominee and widely acclaimed singer and musician from Saint Kitts performs blues songs, old and new. (Sep 26, 7.30pm)

An Audience With Simon Reeve
A talk from the acclaimed journalist. (Oct 9, 7.30pm)

Joanna Lumley: It's All About Me
The comedian and actress discusses her life. (Oct 10, 7.30pm)

Caro Emerald
Mainstream jazz and pop by the Amsterdam-born vocalist Caroline Esmeralda van der Leeuw. (Oct 11, 7pm)

At Last: The Etta James Story
Vika Bull stars in this narrative concert the soul legend and her turbulent life, written by John Livings and featuring The Essential R&B Band. (Oct 13, 8pm)

Level 42
Pop rock and jazz-funk band from the Isle Of Wight. (Oct 16, 7pm)

Ryan McGarvey
Multi-award-winning blues-rock singer-songwriter. (Oct 27, 8pm)

Big Country
The reformed group, now performing as a five-piece, plays its Celtic-rock and post-punk hits, including Harvest Home and Fields Of Fire. (Nov 1, 7.30pm)

Daoiri Farrell
A traditional Irish folk singer and bouzouki-player with a versatile repertoire encompassing humorous ballads, songs of exile and popular contemporary songs. With support from Cup O' Joe. (Nov 8, 8pm)

Focus
The veteran Dutch prog rockers perform. (Nov 22, 8pm)


Contact Details:

Address:
The Sage Gateshead, St Mary's Square, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead
NE8 2JR
Telephone: 0191 443 4661