culture: Sage Gateshead All Areas Tour; The Sage Gateshead.
LAST month The Sage Gateshead was included in the prestigious Rough Guide list of 10 best buildings in England England, the largest and most populous portion of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1991 pop. 46,382,050), 50,334 sq mi (130,365 sq km). It is bounded by Wales and the Irish Sea on the west and Scotland on the north. of the last 100 years. Since opening in 2004 the building has seen more than 1,400 performances, a staggering 40,000+ Learning and Participation sessions, and more than two million visitors through its doors.
To give visitors the chance to see more of this iconic i·con·ic
1. Of, relating to, or having the character of an icon.
2. Having a conventional formulaic style. Used of certain memorial statues and busts. building there are hour-long public tours twice a month, and specialist technical tours and private Access All Areas tours can also be arranged.
On an Access All Areas Tour visitors get to see what goes on behind the scenes, including the backstage area, dressing rooms and artists' Green Room, as well as all the main performance spaces and music education centre. Tours for groups of 10-25 people are led by a member of the friendly Customer Service Team.
Access All Areas tours usually cost pounds 7 per head for groups of 10-25 people, but The Sage Gateshead is delighted to offer Culture Club members an exclusive free Access All Areas tour on Wednesday Wednesday: see week. , July July: see month. 9 at 1pm. Spaces are limited and must be pre-booked on a first come, first served basis. To book your space contact Rachel on (0191) 201-6369 or email email@example.com with your name, address, contact telephone number and number of places (max of 2 per member).
For further information or to book a private tour, contact Natalie Bowman on (0191) 443-4685 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For tickets and information about regular public tours, call (0191) 443-4661 or visit www.thesagegateshead.org
The Sage Gateshead is an accessible building, but there are steps on these tours and visitors are advised to wear flat, rubber soled shoes.