6th – 9th July 2017

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LIVE AT TYNEMOUTH PRIORY AND CASTLE

Thursday 6th July 2017

With special guests

Friday 7th July 2017

With special guests

Karen Elson

Saturday 8th July 2017

With special guest

Sunday 9th July 2017

Billy Ocean

Roachford

Jake Houlsby

Transfigure

Beccy Owen

SURF CAFÉ, TYNEMOUTH

Saturday 8th July 2017

Roddy Woomble

Sunday 9th July 2017

Imogen

PLAYHOUSE WHITLEY BAY

Monday 3rd July 2017

Ian Hunter & the Rant Band

Saturday 8th July 2017

Martha Wainwright

Street Entertainment

Tynemouth Front Street

Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th July

Saturday 8th July
12pm
Street Entertainment
Bash Street Theatre: Bellevue Hotel
Told in Bash Street’s trademark silent comedy style, Bellevue Hotel is the tale of a struggling seaside landlady under siege by a grasping property developer. Her theatrical guests rally round to do battle with the Demolition Men.
12pm
Cabaret Stage
Garaghty and Thom
Richard Garaghty and Goronwy Thom are bringing their multi award-winning comedy show to Tynemouth for the first time, as well as acting as comperes for the ever-popular cabaret stage.
12:15pm
Walkabouts
Fairly Famous Family: Strolling Gardeners
The twins both love their fruit and veg, but how did one of them grow so tall? The answer lies in the special potting compost formula!
12:40pm
Cabaret Stage
Strong Lady
Making a welcome return from the Southern Hemisphere, Charmaine a.k.a. Betty Brawn performs exhilarating feats of strength, not in the brutish style of a Strong Man, but with the elegance of a true Strong Lady. Laugh, gasp and be amazed.
12:45pm
Walkabouts
Theatre du Vertige: Lougarock
This gigantic French werewolf looks fearsome, but he’s an easy riding rock fan with the Gallic heart of a true romantic. Once seen, never forgotten.
1pm
Street Entertainment
Mimbre: If I Could I Would
Festival favourites Mimbre are back with their latest show, a sharp tale of urban living and office politics that features virtuoso acrobatics and humour as one woman battles the daily grind.
1:25pm
Cabaret Stage
The Chipolatas: Chipolatino!
Tristan Glover, a founder member of the legendary Chipolatas, has now teamed up with the wonderful talents of ‘Lusco and Frusco’ from Spain to create classic Chips with a twist of Latin dressing! Expect circus, music, theatre, beatbox and ballads.
1:30pm
Walkabouts
Fairly Famous Family: Strolling Gardeners
The twins both love their fruit and veg, but how did one of them grow so tall? The answer lies in the special potting compost formula!
1:40pm
Street Entertainment
La Dinamo: Music on Cycles
La Dinamo are a red hot funk band from Spain who ride into town on a bicycle combination that includes its own sound system. Party to Kool and the Gang, James Brown and Daft Punk on wheels!
1:45pm
Walkabouts
Upper Level Performance: Rainbow Stilt Dancers
The Rainbow Stilt Dancers have all the moves to fit in with any performance from samba to soul.
2pm
Walkabouts
Teatro Pavana: Struzzi
These beautiful, ostrich-like creatures and their elegant riders are making their first visit to Tynemouth from Holland. The riders seem very confident – but who is in charge of whom?
2:15pm
Cabaret Stage
Newton's Ladder: Hope is a thing with feathers
Spectacular aerial dance from Newcastle-based Irish company Newton’s Ladder, directed by Liv Lorent. Her wings take her skyward. His love grounds her. It’s a story of commitment, strength, fight and flight, and most of all hope.
2:20pm
Street Entertainment
Ragroof Players: Happy Feet
The Ragroof Players take you through 100 years of dance crazes in 100 minutes! Be ready to be part of the action as a dazzling dance-a-thon moves non-stop from the Charleston to the Twist, from the Macarena to Gangnam Style, and all points in between!
2:40pm
Cabaret Stage
Garaghty and Thom
Richard Garaghty and Goronwy Thom are bringing their multi award-winning comedy show to Tynemouth for the first time, as well as acting as comperes for the ever-popular cabaret stage.
3:15pm
Walkabouts
Upper Level Performance: Rainbow Stilt Dancers
The Rainbow Stilt Dancers have all the moves to fit in with any performance from samba to soul.
3:20pm
Cabaret Stage
Strong Lady
Making a welcome return from the Southern Hemisphere, Charmaine a.k.a. Betty Brawn performs exhilarating feats of strength, not in the brutish style of a Strong Man, but with the elegance of a true Strong Lady. Laugh, gasp and be amazed.
3:40pm
Street Entertainment
Bash Street Theatre: Bellevue Hotel
Told in Bash Street’s trademark silent comedy style, Bellevue Hotel is the tale of a struggling seaside landlady under siege by a grasping property developer. Her theatrical guests rally round to do battle with the Demolition Men.
4:05pm
Cabaret Stage
The Chipolatas: Chipolatino!
Tristan Glover, a founder member of the legendary Chipolatas, has now teamed up with the wonderful talents of ‘Lusco and Frusco’ from Spain to create classic Chips with a twist of Latin dressing! Expect circus, music, theatre, beatbox and ballads.
4:30pm
Walkabouts
Teatro Pavana: Struzzi
These beautiful, ostrich-like creatures and their elegant riders are making their first visit to Tynemouth from Holland. The riders seem very confident – but who is in charge of whom?
4:40pm
Street Entertainment
Mimbre: If I Could I Would
Festival favourites Mimbre are back with their latest show, a sharp tale of urban living and office politics that features virtuoso acrobatics and humour as one woman battles the daily grind.
5pm
Walkabouts
Theatre du Vertige: Lougarock
This gigantic French werewolf looks fearsome, but he’s an easy riding rock fan with the Gallic heart of a true romantic. Once seen, never forgotten.
5pm
Cabaret Stage
Newton's Ladder: Hope is a thing with feathers
Spectacular aerial dance from Newcastle-based Irish company Newton’s Ladder, directed by Liv Lorent. Her wings take her skyward. His love grounds her. It’s a story of commitment, strength, fight and flight, and most of all hope.
5:20pm
Street Entertainment
La Dinamo: Music on Cycles
La Dinamo are a red hot funk band from Spain who ride into town on a bicycle combination that includes its own sound system. Party to Kool and the Gang, James Brown and Daft Punk on wheels!
5:30pm
Walkabouts
Upper Level Performance: Rainbow Stilt Dancers
The Rainbow Stilt Dancers have all the moves to fit in with any performance from samba to soul.
SUNDAY 9TH JULY
12pm
Street Entertainment
Bash Street Theatre: Bellevue Hotel
Told in Bash Street’s trademark silent comedy style, Bellevue Hotel is the tale of a struggling seaside landlady under siege by a grasping property developer. Her theatrical guests rally round to do battle with the Demolition Men.
12pm
Cabaret Stage
Garaghty and Thom
Richard Garaghty and Goronwy Thom are bringing their multi award-winning comedy show to Tynemouth for the first time, as well as acting as comperes for the ever-popular cabaret stage.
12:15pm
Walkabouts
Teatro Pavana: Struzzi
These beautiful, ostrich-like creatures and their elegant riders are making their first visit to Tynemouth from Holland. The riders seem very confident – but who is in charge of whom?
12:40pm
Cabaret Stage
Strong Lady
Making a welcome return from the Southern Hemisphere, Charmaine a.k.a. Betty Brawn performs exhilarating feats of strength, not in the brutish style of a Strong Man, but with the elegance of a true Strong Lady. Laugh, gasp and be amazed.
12:45pm
Walkabouts
Fairly Famous Family: The Demonstrators
Trained product demonstrators Barry and Bev will have you in stitches as they try to sell an astonishing array of gadgets and gizmos.
1pm
Street Entertainment
Mimbre: If I Could I Would
Festival favourites Mimbre are back with their latest show, a sharp tale of urban living and office politics that features virtuoso acrobatics and humour as one woman battles the daily grind.
1:15pm
Walkabouts
Theatre du Vertige: Lougarock
This gigantic French werewolf looks fearsome, but he’s an easy riding rock fan with the Gallic heart of a true romantic. Once seen, never forgotten.
1:25pm
Cabaret Stage
The Chipolatas: Chipolatino!
Tristan Glover, a founder member of the legendary Chipolatas, has now teamed up with the wonderful talents of ‘Lusco and Frusco’ from Spain to create classic Chips with a twist of Latin dressing! Expect circus, music, theatre, beatbox and ballads.
1:40pm
Street Entertainment
La Dinamo: Music on Cycles
La Dinamo are a red hot funk band from Spain who ride into town on a bicycle combination that includes its own sound system. Party to Kool and the Gang, James Brown and Daft Punk on wheels!
1:45pm
Walkabouts
Upper Level Performance: Rainbow Stilt Dancers
The Rainbow Stilt Dancers have all the moves to fit in with any performance from samba to soul.
2:15pm
Cabaret Stage
Newton's Ladder: Hope is a thing with feathers
Spectacular aerial dance from Newcastle-based Irish company Newton’s Ladder, directed by Liv Lorent. Her wings take her skyward. His love grounds her. It’s a story of commitment, strength, fight and flight, and most of all hope.
2:20pm
Street Entertainment
Ragroof Players: Happy Feet
The Ragroof Players take you through 100 years of dance crazes in 100 minutes! Be ready to be part of the action as a dazzling dance-a-thon moves non-stop from the Charleston to the Twist, from the Macarena to Gangnam Style, and all points in between!
2:30pm
Walkabouts
Fairly Famous Family: The Demonstrators
Trained product demonstrators Barry and Bev will have you in stitches as they try to sell an astonishing array of gadgets and gizmos.
2:40pm
Cabaret Stage
Garaghty and Thom
Richard Garaghty and Goronwy Thom are bringing their multi award-winning comedy show to Tynemouth for the first time, as well as acting as comperes for the ever-popular cabaret stage.
3:15pm
Walkabouts
Upper Level Performance: Rainbow Stilt Dancers
The Rainbow Stilt Dancers have all the moves to fit in with any performance from samba to soul.
3:20pm
Cabaret Stage
Strong Lady
Making a welcome return from the Southern Hemisphere, Charmaine a.k.a. Betty Brawn performs exhilarating feats of strength, not in the brutish style of a Strong Man, but with the elegance of a true Strong Lady. Laugh, gasp and be amazed.
3:40pm
Street Entertainment
Bash Street Theatre: Bellevue Hotel
Told in Bash Street’s trademark silent comedy style, Bellevue Hotel is the tale of a struggling seaside landlady under siege by a grasping property developer. Her theatrical guests rally round to do battle with the Demolition Men.
4pm
Walkabouts
Teatro Pavana: Struzzi
These beautiful, ostrich-like creatures and their elegant riders are making their first visit to Tynemouth from Holland. The riders seem very confident – but who is in charge of whom?
4:05pm
Cabaret Stage
The Chipolatas: Chipolatino!
Tristan Glover, a founder member of the legendary Chipolatas, has now teamed up with the wonderful talents of ‘Lusco and Frusco’ from Spain to create classic Chips with a twist of Latin dressing! Expect circus, music, theatre, beatbox and ballads.
4:40pm
Street Entertainment
Mimbre: If I Could I Would
Festival favourites Mimbre are back with their latest show, a sharp tale of urban living and office politics that features virtuoso acrobatics and humour as one woman battles the daily grind.
5pm
Walkabouts
Theatre du Vertige: Lougarock
This gigantic French werewolf looks fearsome, but he’s an easy riding rock fan with the Gallic heart of a true romantic. Once seen, never forgotten.
5pm
Cabaret Stage
Newton's Ladder: Hope is a thing with feathers
Spectacular aerial dance from Newcastle-based Irish company Newton’s Ladder, directed by Liv Lorent. Her wings take her skyward. His love grounds her. It’s a story of commitment, strength, fight and flight, and most of all hope.
5:20pm
Street Entertainment
La Dinamo: Music on Cycles
La Dinamo are a red hot funk band from Spain who ride into town on a bicycle combination that includes its own sound system. Party to Kool and the Gang, James Brown and Daft Punk on wheels!
5:30pm
Walkabouts
Upper Level Performance: Rainbow Stilt Dancers
The Rainbow Stilt Dancers have all the moves to fit in with any performance from samba to soul.

Platform

Tynemouth Station

Enjoy an exciting programme of dance, music and entertainment at Tynemouth Station over the weekend of Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th July.

  • Linskill Community Choir, Harmony Youth Choirs

    11:30am Saturday & 3pm Sunday

    Linskill Community Choir, Harmony Youth Choirs and a selection of local performers will also provide fantastic musical entertainment over the two days.

    The Demonstrators

    11am Sunday

    Be amazed as Fairly Famous Family go walkabout as The Demonstrators. Trained product demonstrators Barry and Bev will have you in stitches as they try to sell an astonishing array of gadgets and gizmos.

    Local Live Music

    10:30am - 3pm Sunday

    A fantastic afternoon of local live music can be experienced with established local performers at Tynemouth Station including Phil Caffrey and David Moor and Miss Mary and the Mr Rights. An amazing afternoon of live performances will be rounded off by North East based soul and rhythm and blues outfit The Stax Brothers.

Travel Information

Parking will be extremely limited in and around Tynemouth Village. We recommend that you use public transport or the Park and Ride service wherever possible.

Park and Ride

Saturday

Beaconsfield to Tynemouth Village every 20 mins between 10am and 6.20pm.
Tynemouth Village to Beaconsfield every 20 mins between 10.15am and 6.35pm.

Sunday

Beaconsfield to Tynemouth Village every 20 mins between 10am and 7.20pm.
Tynemouth Village to Beaconsfield every 20 mins between 10.15am and 7.35pm

£3 per car

*Beaconsfield is on the seafront at Tynemouth adjacent to Blue Reef Aquarium

Alternative parking

Northumberland Park Metro Station

Park vehicle all day for £1 and take the Metro into Tynemouth. Parking is free after 5pm and free all day on Sundays.

Ticket price: £4 for two zone all day ticket, child with an under-16 pop card 60p single or £1.10 all day ticket (CAT), without POP card £1.20 child day saver. Over 16 adult fare.

Car park opening times: 5am – 1am daily

Metro

Tynemouth Metro Station

Normal service will run with trains every 12 minutes on Saturday daytime and every 15 minutes in the evening and on Sunday.

Ticket price: £4 for two zone all day ticket, child with an under-16 pop card 60p single or £1.10 all day ticket (CAT), without POP card £1.20 child day saver. Over 16 adult fare.

Last Trains

From Tynemouth to Gateshead and Newcastle 11.07pm

From Heworth to Sunderland 11.26pm

Please check latest times before making your journey


For further information please check the Nexus website.

Useful Information

Food and Drink

There’s some great food and drink available for concert goers at the Mouth of the Tyne Festival.

A fully stocked bar will offer Prosecco, wines, beers, ciders and soft drinks. Brands include Fosters, Heineken, Bulmers and Echo Falls. The bar will accept card payment.

Tasty treats will be on offer at each show from:

Hatch76 – gourmet sandwiches and sides

Fat Hippo – juicy, freshly grilled burgers

On the Goa – authentic Indian street food

Earth & Fire – amazing wood-fired pizza

Coffee Curve – finest Italian coffee

On Saturday and Sunday we’ll also be joined by Chucho’s Mexican street food.

You can bring your own food and alcohol in reasonable amounts but please remember that no glass is allowed on site – so no bottles.

Seating

Our shows are standing room only and we don’t provide seating. You are welcome to bring picnic blankets and camping chairs but where an event is sold out its likely to be very busy and for your own comfort and experience we recommend you don’t place these near to the stage area

Security

We’ll be operating bag searches at the main gate so we’d be grateful for your patience during this process.

Show Times

As a general rule we tend to open gates at 6pm with the main act on at around 8pm. All evening shows should finish by 10pm.

On Sunday 9th, we expect Roachford on stage at 3.30pm followed by Billy Ocean at around 5pm.

Anything else

We don’t allow barbecues, tents or windbreaks. No dogs are allowed. No smoking.

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