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Chris Ramsey, Is That Chris Ramsey? Metro Radio Arena A brand new stand-up show for 2017 from the comedian you've seen on The Chris Ramsey Show (Comedy Central), Virtually Famous (E4), I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp (ITV 2) and various newspapers when he was wrongly arrested in a hotel in his underpants!
South Shields comic Chris has embarked on his biggest tour to date, with the Newcastle show sure to be one of the highlights for him and his fans. You can still get tickets for Saturday's show from the arena box office and online from www.eventim.co.uk Kandace Springs Sage Gateshead Every so often a new singer emerges who's able to assimilate multiple musical touchstones and still come off sounding remarkably fresh and unburdened by the past.
Kandace Springs is one of those artists. The 27-year-old Nashville-based singer, songwriter and pianist counts such artists as Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Roberta Flack and Norah Jones as her heroes but she definitely has her own style, She's at the Sage tomorrow night. Tickets from the box office and http://www.sagegateshead.com/event/kandace-springs-in-concert/ Seriously Dead Playhouse Whitley Bay On one ordinary day in the quiet little town of Olwinskirk, a chain of extraordinary events began to take place, bringing the lives of Betty, Albert, Billy and the local undertaker Tristan de Winter to an uncomfortable crossroads. They all become inextricably linked towards a path that is leading to The Pearly Gates and a disgruntled Guardian Angel named Thelma. Written by and starring Leah Bell and Crissy Rock.
Opens tomorrow. Tickets from the box office and www.eventim.co.uk The Red Lion Live Theatre This is the last week of the run for this new play at the theatre on Newcastle Quayside and Teesside-born TV favourite Stephen Tompkinson is making his mark as the team manager at the heart of a tale mired in the murky dealings of a semi-professional football club. Three men's stories are interconnected in Live's home-grown powerful drama which explores contrasting ideas about loyalty, ambition and what it takes to win.
And, of course, we're talking about more than the beautiful game.
The play runs in the main theatre until Saturday. Find out more at www.live.org.uk Brick History Centre for Life No one demonstrates the power and versatility of LEGO(r) better than master modeller Warren Elsmore. Using LEGO(r) bricks, Warren and his team recreate stunning historic scenes, from the beginning of life in the prehistoric era right through to the inauguration of Barack Obama. Brick History is a celebration of humanity and its achievements, and of moments in time that changed the course of history.
You haven't got long left to visit the exhibition now as it closes at the end of next week.
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||May 4, 2017|
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