Two documentaries about skilled amateur photographer Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen’s.
This gloriously weird 80's oddity is the third film in our staff choice strand and has been chosen by Craig Puranen Wilson our Live Events Programmer/Producer.
Stanisław Reymont’s Nobel-winning novel is Poland’s equivalent of ‘Hard Times’ or ‘Germinal’, a ruthlessly clear-eyed anatomising of the industrial revolution from the perspective of three young entrepreneurs vying to be the most ruthless.
From first time writer and director Marielle Heller comes this hilarious, bold and eccentric portrait of a 15 year-old teenager from her candid point of view in 1970’s San Francisco that was a big hit at the Sundance Film Festival.
Al Pacino treats us to a late renaissance, delivering a performance as vigorous and exciting as those of his heyday as an elderly, eccentric locksmith trying to come to terms with a past crime that cost him the love of his life.
An absolutely breath-taking thriller which swept the boards at this year’s Goyas (aka the Spanish Oscars) with ten awards including best film.
Adapted from the epic novel by the authors of the Russian classic STALKER, Arkadiy and Boris Strugatskiy comes the final film from the legendary former-Soviet filmmaker Aleksey German.
Fiona Shaw’s award-winning production of a dark British masterpiece. Britten’s extraordinarily tense and chilling treatment of this historic tale is explored in a brilliant production by Fiona Shaw
The Tyneside Bar Cafe is delighted to bring you the third in our monthly fine-dining event that aims to introduce you to the best in food and drink from regional suppliers in the UK and abroad.
Enjoy Hollywood’s greatest screen siren Marilyn Monroe stars in this glittering 1953 musical comedy as part of Dementia Friendly Cinema.
Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig, the duo behind the charming Frances Ha return with another irreverent slice of modern life.
Director Judd Apatow’s smart and raunchy comedy with rising star female comedian Amy Schumer.
Having already added an extra bit of oomph to Sherlock Holmes, Guy Ritchie turns his unique set of skills to the spy genre with this sexy and fresh take on classic TV series The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Can you imagine what it would be like to be literally raised by the movies?
Gemma Arterton (Tamara Drewe) stars in this funny and sexy reworking of Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovery based on Posy Simmonds graphic novel of the same name.
Like Father is a feature drama exploring men’s lives in East Durham in the aftermath of pit closure, whilst High Row documents a small drift mine above the South Tyne Valley.
After more than a decade working in film and television on projects from Star Wars to Holby City, Hugh Quarshie returns to the RSC to play Shakespeare's Othello.
A moving documentary about Amber founder Murray Martin who died in 2007 along with his student film Maybe.
Greased Lightning comes to Dementia Friendly Cinema & Summer Specials.
Come and have the time of your life...
Witness the strength of street knowledge with this epic biopic charting the rise and fall of ‘the World’s most dangerous group’ – NWA.
Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling are magnificent in director Andre Haigh’s (Weekend) absorbing look at ageing romance.
Just when you thought it was safe to come back to the Tyneside!
Wanna see a dead body?
Frank Darabont’s incredible adaptation of Stephen King’s novella ‘Rita Hayworth and The Shawshank Redemption’ has quietly set the world afire since it was released in 1994.
The ‘Beaux’: Mr Aimwell and Mr Archer, two charming, dissolute young men who have blown their fortunes in giddy London. Shamed and debt-ridden, they flee to provincial Lichfield. Their ‘Stratagem’: to marry for money.
Your new favourite teen comedy is here!
An ambitious and exquisitely crafted drama from Jafar Panahi (The White Balloon, The Circle) the Iranian filmmaker who is banned from making movies and put under house arrest by the Iranian government.
This award-winning crowd-pleaser tells the story of Greg, an ungainly high-schooler who keeps himself to himself, apart from when remakes films with his best-friend Earl.
In 1971 a brave group of young activists set sail from Vancouver in an old fishing boat. Their mission: to stop Nixon's atomic bomb tests in Amchitka, a tiny island off the west coast of Alaska.
We're singin' in the rain as the classic Hollywood musical screens as part of Dementia Friendly Cinema.
Abel Ferrara directs an electric Willem Dafoe in this kaleidoscopic study of the life and death of the legendary Italian filmmaker.
Sometimes one Tom Hardy isn’t enough, which means you’re in luck with this brilliant new film , as he takes on the dual roles of the notorious London gangsters, The Kray Twins.
Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone excel in Woody Allen’s latest about a burned-out yet brilliant professor.
We’ve teamed up with Waterstones book shop to bring How To Train Your Dragon author Cressida Cowell to the Tyneside for a special Q&A and book-signing for the new book in the series.
Another chance to see National Theatre Live’s stunning presentation of the Donmar Warehouse’s production of Coriolanus, Shakespeare’s searing tragedy of political manipulation and revenge, with Tom Hiddleston.
Mamma Mia! Here we go again as the wonderfully cheesy musical returns to the Tyneside as part of Dementia Friendly Cinema.
Two films celebrating Byker through the eyes of photographer Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen.
Roger Waters, co-founder and primary songwriter of Pink Floyd, fuses the epic and the personal in Roger Waters The Wall, a concert film that goes well beyond the stage.
The final film in the For Ever Amber season follows Amber’s return to the former East German fishing and shipbuilding town of Rostock, which, in 1987, was documented as From Marks & Spencer to Marx and Engels.
Soprano Anna Netrebko’s dramatic and vocal skills are on full display in her next new role at the Met—Leonora, the Verdi heroine who sacrifices her own life for the love of the gypsy troubadour.
This gem of Romantic ballet is one of the oldest and greatest in the classical repertoire, touching upon the great Romantic themes: a doomed love affair ending in tragedy, a dive into fantasy, and ultimate redemption through the power of love.
Academy Award nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC’s Sherlock, The Imitation Game, Frankenstein at the National Theatre) takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s great tragedy.
Verdi’s masterful Otello matches Shakespeare’s play in tragic intensity.
RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran continues his exploration of Shakespeare’s History Plays with Henry V performed in the 600th anniversary year of the Battle of Agincourt.
James Levine conducts Wagner’s early masterpiece in its first return to the Met stage in more than a decade.
With this first abstract ballet, Balanchine built a homage of captivating beauty to the dance schools that had forged his style – Paris, New York and St Petersburg – each represented by a contrasting jewel – emerald, ruby and diamond.
The hit Broadway production starring James Franco and Chris O'Dowd, filmed on stage in New York by National Theatre Live, comes to the Tyneside Cinema.
Acclaimed artist and director William Kentridge (The Nose) applies his unique theatrical vision to Berg’s notorious femme fatale who shatters lives, including her own.
The Bolshoi breathes new life into John Neumeier’s tragic masterpiece, inspired by Alexandre Dumas’ novel and accompanied by Chopin’s exquisite score.
Almost 170 years on, Charlotte Brontë’s story of the trailblazing Jane is as inspiring as ever. This bold and dynamic production uncovers one woman’s fight for freedom and fulfilment on her own terms.
A Recording of Julie Taymor's transcendent production of Mozart's magical composition.
This beloved holiday classic will enchant the whole family with its fairy-tale setting and Tchaikovsky’s timeless score.
The best Christmas film in the world is back for 2014!
Bizet’s gorgeous opera of lust and longing set in the Far East returns to the Met stage for the first time in 100 years.
French choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot lands a coup with his adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy tailored specifically to the Bolshoi dancers, and achieves a magnetic two hours of breathtaking, non-stop dance unlike any other.
Nina Stemme, one of opera’s greatest dramatic sopranos, takes on the title role of the proud princess of legendary China.
The Met stage ignites when soprano Kristine Opolais and tenor Jonas Kaufmann join forces in Puccini’s obsessive love story.
This most spectacular production is an epic tour de force, giving full expression to the strength for which the Bolshoi’s male dancers are renowned.
Anthony Minghella’s breathtaking production has thrilled audiences ever since its premiere in 2006.
The Bolshoi’s panache and excellence are combined in Fadeyechev’s critically acclaimed staging of this exhilarating performance with Leon Minkus’ famous score.
Soprano Sondra Radvanovsky takes on the extraordinary challenge of singing all three of Donizetti’s Tudor queens in the course of a single season
Soprano Nina Stemme—unmatched today in the heroic female roles of Strauss and Wagner—who portrays Elektra’s primal quest for vengeance.