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Jazz and Tapas at No 60
These extremely popular Jazz and Tapas evenings offer a serving of delicious authentic tapas dishes and relaxing live music. If you have an appreciation of good food, music and wine then this is the event for you!
Try it at ARC: Ballet for Beginners
Ballet for Beginners at ARC is a great way to relax, tone, stretch and strengthen the body whilst teaching adults the basics of ballet, from plies to pas de chats!
Master Musicians: Julian Clef (Piano)
Julian Clef was born in Kerala, India, and subsequently studied at Chetham's and the RNCM, Manchester, where he gained his Masters.
NT Live: Angels In America Part 2 Perestroika
America in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell.
NT Live: Salomé
The story has been told before, but never like this. An occupied desert nation. A radical from the wilderness on hunger strike. A girl whose mysterious dance will change the course of the world.
Crossing The Tees Book Festival returns
Thu 25 May
Teesside’s largest literary festival will return this year between 9 – 24 June, and new for this year is the chance to take part in a short story competition with a range of cash prizes up for grabs.
Has society lost its humanity? ARC Cultural Shift production Another England is set for the stage next week
Tue 9 May
Cultural Shift, playwright and director Vici Wreford-Sinnott has produced a new topical and powerful show which will be performed next Thursday.
ARC select recipient to benefit from disabled artist residency
Thu 27 Apr
A learning disabled writer, producer and performer has been selected for a professional disabled artist residency at ARC, which will help to strengthen links with disabled communities across the North.
fanSHEN and Stand and Be Counted are selected for Bridging the Gap scheme
Mon 24 Apr
Theatre companies fanSHEN and Stand and Be Counted have been selected to develop new plays through Bridging the Gap scheme.
Black artists are invited to an open invitation to the first Slate Social
Thu 20 Apr
A new artist development programme for Black artists living and working in the North East is holding its first social event on Monday 24 April.