Tyneside Cinema pop up film school

Tyneside Cinema is the North East’s leading specialised cinema and digital arts venue and is located in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne. It opened its doors in 1937 and is the last surviving news theatre still operating as a cinema today.

10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, NE1 6GQ

62. Tyneside Cinema

18th May

4-7pm, Twi-Lates -A special screening of Mid 90s, the directorial debut of actor Jonah Hill (Superbad, 21 Jump Street, Maniac), a tale of skateboarding and youthful rebellion in nineties LA. Tthis screening is free for 15-18 year olds, with all other tickets priced as normal. Email: boxoffice@tynesidecinema.co.uk to reserve your free 15-18s ticket, ID must be provided on collection.

7-11pm - A specially curated showreel of archive footage celebrating the culture and heritage of Newcastle and Gateshead over 120 years. This astonishing and moving visual record is curated and presented by the North East Film Archive. Screenings take place in the bar cafe and can be followed by a free guided tour of the Grade II Listed Building - get behind the scenes of the 82 year old cinema built in 1937 by Dixon Scott the great uncle of acclaimed directors Tony and Ridley Scott.

Tyneside Cinema pop up film school 10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, NE1 6GQ

Maintained by Harry Bailey