Current events

"Wor Day"

Sat 10 November 10.30am-3pm  

Help us commemorate  the centenary of the end of the First World War with a day of activities at St Mary's. Learn about your Gateshead war dead with Gateshead Local History Society and find out how to research the First World War with the NE War memorials Project. Plus back-to-back film screenings of 'GALLANTRY IN THE FACE OF THE ENEMY - William Henry Short VC'; 'BEYOND PRAISE - Thomas Kenny VC'; and 'ALWAYS REMEMBERED - North East Memorials of the Great War' courtesy of Lonely Tower Media Productions Ltd.

Free Day

 

“Emily Davison- Suffragette"


Tues 13 November 7.00pm

Emily Davison could have chosen to live a comfortable, if uneventful life, had she so desired.  Instead, she took the path of political controversy and came up against the forces of law and order.  At the same time, she was never fully accepted by her sisters-in-arms within the Suffragette movement and remained rather an outsider. Whether we support or condemn the methods she adopted to promote the cause of women's suffrage, we cannot fail to respect a woman who was prepared to pay the ultimate price for her beliefs.  Emily came from a Northumbrian family and is buried in the family grave in Morpeth. With Ian McArdle.

£3. Reserve your tickets by calling the Box office  0191 433 6965 or 0191 433 4699 Or buy online at www.gateshead.gov.uk/whatson

A Musical Christmas Concert

Wednesday 19 December 7.00pm

John Beccy Owen’s Pop-Up Choir for a festive evening of songs. With no fixed membership and no auditions, the sound that emerges from each of Beccy’s events is unique and new every time.  It's this sense of spontaneity and it being a 'one-off' that makes it such great fun for singers and audiences alike! Festive refreshments available.

£5. Reserve your tickets by calling the Box office  0191 433 6965 or 0191 433 4699 Or buy online at www.gateshead.gov.uk/whatson