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:

 

Courtney Pine Featuring Omar
Contemporary jazz originals by the well-established and influential London-based saxophonist and his band, in collaboration with the soul singer, Omar. (Sep 21, 7.30pm)

Jeff Warner
The Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based singer performs traditional style folk songs from US, UK and Canada. (Sep 23, 8pm)

Suzanne Vega
Folk-inspired music by the singer and musician from California, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Solitude Sharing and the 25th anniversary of 99.9F. (Sep 23, 7pm)

Sam Kelly And The Lost Boys
The Cornwall-based singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist performs traditional and folk music with a slight Gaelic influence alongside his band which includes Ciaran Algar, Graham Coe and Toby Shaer. Support from 4Square. (Sep 26, 8pm)

Jeduthun Music Presents Rush 2 Break Out
Literary & Education, Storytelling. (Sep 30, 8pm)

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Vasily Petrenko conducts Philip Glass's Symphony No 11 and Rachmaninov's Symphony No 2. (Sep 30, 7.30pm)

Do Not Enter The Monster Zoo!
Ruth Johnson directs an adaptation of the book written by Amy Sparkes. (Oct 1, 11am & 2pm)

Graham Gouldman
The Salford-born singer-songwriter and long time member of the group 10cc performs both songs by that band and others from throughout his career that were hits for other artists. (Oct 1, 8pm)

Little Big Town
The four-piece from Alabama perform their country numbers. (Oct 1, 7.30pm)

Royal Northern Sinfonia: More Mendelssohn Please
The ensemble with director and violinist Bradley Creswick perform Britten's Sinfonietta, Vaughan Williams's Violin Concerto; Concerto Accademico, J S Bach's Concerto For Two Violins, W F Bach's Sinfonia In D Minor and Mendelssohn's Symphony No 1. (Oct 4, 7.30pm)


Contact Details:

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