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We’re raising funds for
Hospital Radio for
Newcastle & Gateshead
Radio Tyneside provides a variety of programmes to the hospital wards of Newcastle & Gateshead 24 hours a day -
We rely on a great little team of volunteers and donations from the public to keep the service going.
Not just any old pies!
We’re delighted to say that New Zealand Gourmet Pies will be providing the pies for supper. Made in Kingston Park by Geordie Bakers. These are the best pies around. Check out their online pie shop here!
Hot Club Trio
& Caroline Irwin
All the way from Newbiggin by the Sea! A real Geordie Hour favourite this band! They play a wide variety of music based initially on the style of Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of France, but also encompassing a large repertoire of jazz standards, several gypsy waltzes and some more modern 1950s pop tunes.
Keith Stephen -
Bob Surgeoner -
Bruce Rollo -
Caroline Irwin -
World famous group from Gateshead. Their legendary recording of ‘After The Goldrush’ was issued as a single in November 1973. Following live Prelude performances on both Capital Radio and Radio One, it quickly became a worldwide success, reaching the top 20 in the UK, No 12 in the USA and No1 in both Canada and Australia. The original trio Irene, Brian and Ian are with us tonight along with Paul Hooper (ex Fortunes) on drums and Keith Tulip on Bass. Stand by for a roller-
Originally from Walker, a fantastic singer songwriter and raconteur. Pete’s solo gigs are a mixture of poignant masterpieces and truly wacky comedy songs. In the 70s and 80s, Pete toured extensively, supporting major names like Lindisfarne, Janis Ian, Judy Tzuke, John Martyn and Richard Thompson.
Sunday May 31st
Starts 7pm (prompt)
doors open 6.30
The Grange Centre
Take the A69 west from the A1
Throckley is the second major slip road. Ample free parking in the adjoining Sainsbury’s car park
…but whose pies are they?
Not So Small Print
This is a music concert.
In order for everyone to enjoy it, a respectful concert etiquette will be followed. Talking and moving around should be kept to a minimum whilst the artists are performing.
There will be several intervals.
There is an adjoining bar and lounge if you wish to spend the evening talking with friends
No booking fee.
We’ll keep the tickets at the door for you
If you’d like us to post the tickets to you please click here to add 63p postage
If you can’t make it on the night and you’d like to give a small donation to the fundraising you can do that here
Registered charity number 500451
The sound system for the evening is kindly provided by
Cramlington Folk Club
MC and incidental entertainment by
& Brian Pandrich