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    • Ed on June 18, 2019 at 4:54 pm

    With a tribute to Alan Hull
    Sage Gateshead 2

    Sunday, November 3, 2019
    4pm and 8pm

    Following the huge successes of Mr Corvan’s Music Hall, The Great Joe Wilson (both @ Sage Gateshead), Hadaway Harry (London and Newcastle Theatre Royal), three fantastic Great Joe Wilson Nights (Tyneside Irish Centre) and Carrying David, Wisecrack Productions present this brilliant new show featuring classic North East songs and comedy.

    A tremendous celebration of our brilliant local songwriters including Alan Hull, Joe Wilson, Ned Corvan, Geordie Ridley, Billy Mitchell, Judy Dinning, Tommy Armstrong, Alex Glasgow, Johnny Handle and Pete Scott.

    Starring some of the region’s biggest theatre stars: Micky Cochrane, Sarah Boulter and Jamie Brown (all The Great Joe Wilson) with top musicians Rachael McShane (Mr Corvan’s Music Hall and Bellowhead) and Jordan Miller (The Great Joe Wilson, Vandebilt & The Lake Poets). Featuring brilliant musical comedy from Gavin Webster and Josh Daniels.

    Tickets only £20 from or via

    One-minute trailer

    “Superb…it has emotion and heart, and is incredibly uplifting…you don’t need to be a boxing fan to enjoy this” – Sunday Sun (June 3, 2019)

    “A play that packs a punch…entertaining and exciting stuff, and at its end I felt exhausted” – Evening Chronicle (June 5, 2019)
    “A tremendous feat of acting…a knockout success” – The Journal (June 5, 2019)
    “An emotional journey…at the end of the show the audience was on its feet…rapturous applause” – Northern Echo (June 5, 2019)
    “Highly recommended” – Ian Payne, Tyne Tees Television News (June 5)

    “A standing ovation…a remarkable story” – Shields Gazette (June 7, 2019)

    “Heartbreaking…rollercoaster true story…a standing ovation” -Hartlepool Mail (June 7, 2019)
    “Gripping, dramatic, accessible, unpretentious and contemporary…even if you had no interest in boxing you would have found a wonderful piece of storytelling. It punches hard and leaves its mark” – Richmondshire Today (June 11, 2019)
    “An absolute knockout… a deserved standing ovation … amazing performance” – Hartlepool Life (June 13, 2019)

      • Geordie H on September 7, 2019 at 9:55 am

      Thank ED sorry for the delay, better late than never (but still in time for November) and I’ve made a post of it for your troubles 🙂

  1. Hello,
    My mum (mam) and dad originally come from South Shields and although not a geordie myself have been around the geordie language all my life. I have a small business with my wife ,we handmake a variety of crafts and recently added the Geordie NETTY sign .We sell these on our website, but we can supply direct to your gift section with a 20% discount on every one sold .We can also make personalised Geordie signs,thank you very much for your time ,Brian.

  2. I am contacting you with a story that I think you may be interested in covering. I have recently written a song together with my bass player Deon Krishnan. The song is called ‘Sunset on the Tyne’ and is available now on download and all proceeds go to Prostate Cancer UK.

    I can send you a copy of the song along with the press release but in short there is quite a lot about the story that I think may be of interest to your viewers/readers. I am running in the Great North Run for this charity (for the first time CRIKEY!!!) and the song is about the GNR, family and the love of the Northeast.. Along with my band it features Peter Tickell on fiddle (he plays with Sting) and Andrew….on the Northumbrian Pipes (quite a nice story outlined in the press release about the Pipes).

    So it is very much a Geordie song and we would love to think it will become a Geordie Anthem for the run.

    Any coverage you could give us would be greatly appreciated.

    I look forward to hearing from you

    Kind regards,

    • Tricia king on February 4, 2017 at 11:54 am

    Where can I find the post about Apple introducing a new range of products for the people of Newcastle: the why iPod, the why iPad and the why iphone! It was brilliant and funny and I should have saved the link; just can’t find it again.
    I love Geordieland and my family have lived here for generations.

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