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We show films all day every day, from brilliant world cinema to the best Hollywood has to offer. Find out what's gracing our screens here! 
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Find out more about Tyneside Cinema's Arts Programme, including exhibitions, special events and artists in residence opportunities. Read more

Enjoy some of the finest theatre, opera, and ballet from around the world live via satellite at the Tyneside Cinema. Read more

Tyneside Cinema’s film shows for families with children who have learnings disabilities and/or additional needs are back! Read more

In collaboration with the Czech Centre and Czech National Archive, we present this retrospective of one of the leading filmmakers of the 1960s. Read more.

Experience the golden age of Iranian Cinema with this season of films from a generation of globally acclaimed Iranian filmmakers. Read More.

From July 2015, Tyneside Cinema will be running a series of regular daytime film screenings for people with dementia and their carers and families and we are seeking input from these people. Read more

SciScreen is a programme of films in conjunction with Newcastle University shedding insights into the science behind popular film plots. Read More

Whether you are a beginner or expert, pop along to our weekly knitting club. Read more

Enjoy a family day at the pictures with the Tyneside Cinema Family Card Read more

Events for all the family in cinemas and our Pop Up Film School! Read more

Our daytime film club for the over 60s. Members get reduced tickets, refreshments and an introduction to a brilliant new movie!
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Book Club is an informal post-film chat which is open to anyone.  Read more

Language Café is a post-film drink and informal chat in the film’s spoken language with fellow speakers. Open to tongue-tied beginners and verbose experts alike. Read more

Take a step back in time and find out all about the history of your magnificent building, the people behind it, and how cinema-going in the city has developed over time.
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