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Saturday, November 12, 2016

Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead


Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.

The Baltic flour mill was built in 1950 and closed as a mill in 1981.
The building was converted to its present role as a centre for contemporary art and opened in this role on the 13th of July 2002.
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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Beamish Open Air Museum County Durham


Beamish Open Air Museum, County Durham.

The Beamish museum is a living museum and contains a rebuilt 1900's town and pit village with a coal mine.
There are working trams and vintage buses to transport visitors around the museum.
Also on the site is a working 1940's farm,1820's Waggonway and a railway station with steam trains.
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Saturday, April 02, 2016

Theatre Royal Newcastle


Theatre Royal, Newcastle.

The Theatre Royal on Grey Street in Newcastle was opened on the 20 February 1837 with a performance of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice.
It is one of the UK's major regional theatres and contains 1294 seats on 4 levels.
Following a fire in 1899 the interior of the building was rebuilt and the theatre reopened in 1901, although the exterior was untouched.

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