Opening Times
Building

Monday to Wednesday: When we have a concert or gig, we’ll be open from two hours before the start of the show until after the show. When there is no performance, we’ll be closed.

Thursday to Sunday: We will be open from 9.30am (Thursday and Friday) and 8.45am (Saturday and Sunday), until after the show. If we don’t have a performance, we’ll close at 5pm.

Box Office

Wednesday: Phone lines only from 12noon to 5pm.

Thursday – Sunday: Our Box Office is open from 12noon – 5pm for both in person and phone sales.

Monday and Tuesday: Our Box Office will be closed unless we have a ticketed performance scheduled.

☎️ 0191 443 4661
📧 [email protected]

Opening Times:
Building

Monday to Wednesday: When we have a concert or gig, we’ll be open from two hours before the start of the show until after the show. When there is no performance, we’ll be closed.

Thursday to Sunday: We will be open from 9.30am (Thursday and Friday) and 8.45am (Saturday and Sunday), until after the show. If we don’t have a performance, we’ll close at 5pm.

Box Office

Wednesday: Phone lines only from 12noon to 5pm.

Thursday – Sunday: Our Box Office is open from 12noon – 5pm for both in person and phone sales.

Monday and Tuesday: Our Box Office will be closed unless we have a ticketed performance scheduled.

☎️ 0191 443 4661
📧 [email protected]

 

THIS EVENT HAS PASSED

Gateshead Jazz 2020

Musicians' Responses to Climate Change

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Free, ticketed

Currently not on sale.

Duration – 1 hour

THIS EVENT HAS PASSED

The music industry and musicians are responding to the issues around climate change in a range of different ways. Ros Rigby will describe some of these including the ‘Music Declares Emergency’ movement, the Europe Jazz Network’s ‘Take the Green Train’ and the work of musicians both creatively and in terms of their approach to touring and performing.

A discussion will follow with the three artists performing at the festival who have created work in a response to the climate crisis, addressing the following questions:

“Where are we presenting the work and who are we engaging with?”
“Does music with a focus on climate change largely preach to the converted?”
“How can artists reach beyond those aware of climate change issues to make an impact with their work more broadly?”

Chair: Ros Rigby

Panel: Tony Roe (Tin Men and the Telephone), Jasper Hoiby (Planet B) and Sarah Nicolls (12 Years- Inside Out Climate Music.)