Geordie Entertainment

geordieentertainmentlogoGeordies can find humour & entertainment in almost any situation and the world famous self deprecating humour is visible in the most popular forms of Geordie comedy and entertainment.

As a group, Geordies naturally tend to be very sceptical about the way of the world and are prone to generally poke fun at themselves as much as any other group.

This, some would say “healthy scepticism” sometimes helps to strengthen the popular “myth” that Geordie people never take anything too seriously.

The web-links, pictures and videos highlighted in the Geordie humour & Geordie entertainment categories as well as the other pages shown below, will point you in the direction of some of the more famous Geordie humourists, actors, comedians, TV presenters, writers and all round entertainers.

As well as plenty of links to other material that us Geordies find funny or entertaining, you can find other humorous and entertaining posts by checking out our Geordie Humour category.

 

Feel free to what entertains you in the comment section below.

Geordie Entertainers A-Z

This a-z list highlights some of the more famous Geordie entertainers who have and still continue to entertain us throughout the years. The list is not exhaustive list of Geordie entertainers and we will continue to add to it in the future as well as continuing to add links to publically accessible Geordie entertainment videos via our Geordie …

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Geordie GEM’s

The Geordie Empire Medal or GEM for short is an online medal which is given in recognition of a recipients service to either their local Geordie community and/or for enhancing the larger profile and reputation of Geordieland & Geordies around the world. Geordie’s who are nominated and then accepted as a Geordie Gem will be awarded with an online Geordie Empire Medal, given in recognition of the …

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Geordie News & Radio

Geordie News And Radio / Howay Lads & Lasses / Lets Hear You For those Geordies who are living away from home and out of the reception area or indeed simply do not have a radio, paper or tv handy, it is now possible for you to get a great taste of home and home …

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Geordie Wannabe Pop Stars

The Geordie “Wannabe” Pop Stars section is a tribute to those Geordies who became famous for something else (usually football) and then decided, for one reason or another, to try to make it in the world of pop music. This is not to cast aspersions on their ability (why would we?) .. it’s just a way of chronicling …

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  1. Ian Heslop

    Can I link to you in return for a link to me?
    Ian heslop http://www.geordieboystakingthepiss.com

    1. Geordie H

      Just give your website a quick check Ian .. looks good so consider yourself linked 🙂 .. I look forward to checking it out properly in the near future 🙂

  2. Mike

    Hi I’m the chap that makes the geordie themed games (long story) anyway after a few year been a bit too busy, I’v just left my job, so in the short term thought I should update things (few new games and some 3D renders)

    you may like my futuristic quayside renders (I put a big dam across the tyne)

    anyway if you want to get in touch I’d love to discuss how I can help promote what your doing and visa versa (I don’t really do much self promotions as its just been a silly hobby project)

    1. Geordie H

      I remember seeing/watching your drive around the quayside/bridge a few years back and was definitely entertained. I have moved your excellent suggestion to here (Geordie Entertainment) 🙂 .. I intend a bit of a revamp/extra sections in the new year, so I will definitely check out “The Dam Over The River Tyne” DUM DUM DUM !! 😛 ..

      I also look forward to getting in touch asap in 2016 ! In the mean time I have made it clear how people can get to your excellent Geordie games website (Just click on the link in Mikes comment) 😀

  3. Siobhan Coogan

    Black Seams Black Scars written by Bernie C. Byrnes. Directed by Sheila Walker and Bernie C. Byrnes. Set in the 1800s this new musical play is inspired by the Heaton Main Colliery Disaster. It tells the story of Two Families at opposite ends of the social scale in a Newcastle mining community.

    Theatre Royal Studio from 9th April -Sat 13th April. Tickets £10 (consessions £8) call 08448 11 21 21 Box Office or book on line http://www.theatreroyal.co.uk

    I heard theres going to be lots of geordie songs sung so come along and have a great night and remember our past and all those who dug for Black Diamonds.

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