Music and Dance


from Tyneside Irish Cultural Society (flickr)
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Durham Big Meeting / Miner's Gala (Archive)

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Durham Big Meeting / Miner's Gala (Archive)

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Durham Big Meeting / Miner's Gala (Archive)

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049822:Royal Victoria School for the Blind Benwell Philipson's c1930

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049818:Royal Victoria School for the Blind Benwell Unknown c.1930

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036826:Boys Brigade Newcastle upoon Tyne Evening World c.1930

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Monkseaton Morrismen and Folk Dance Club

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Shiremoor Salvation Army Brass Band

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A Collection of Original Local Songs. Robert Gilchrist, 1824
- Lyrics of local songs published in 1824, digitised and available as a free Google eBook.

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from http://www.folknortheast.com/
FARNE - Folk Archive Resource North East
- "Supported by the New Opportunities Fund, FARNE has gathered material from across North East England to create a folk music archive on the Internet. Material including song lyrics, tunes, sound ...

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Alan Hull (1945-1995)
- Overview Career Alan Hull, born in Benwell in 1945, was a singer-songwriter and founding member of the folk rock band Lindisfarne. Hull was born at 68 Sutton's Dwellings, Benwell, Newcastle ...
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Guitarist (John? Malcolm?) and harmonica player (Jimmy Little)

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Newcastle City Hall
- Overview About the Hall Map City Hall is located on Northumberland Road, Newcastle. It was designed by Nicholas & Dixon-Spain and opened in 1927. A Harrison and Harrison organ, with ...
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Contemporary Dancers

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Whitley Bay dance poster

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Charles Avison (1709-1770)
- Charles Avison was born into a musical family in Newcastle and became one of the most important concerto composers in 18th Century England. Avison was organist at St John the Baptist Church ...
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Chas Chandler (1938 -1996)
- Chas Chandler was born in Heaton, Newcastle, on 18th December 1938; he lived at no. 35, 2nd Avenue from 1938 - 1964. Whilst working as a shipyard turner Chandler leaned to ...
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Georgian Theatre, Stockton
- Located near the riverside of Stockton-on-Tees The Georgian Theatre, is a 200 capacity venue managed by Tees Music Alliance.
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Pit Ponies

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Sting (musician) 1951-
- Overview About Sting Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner was born in Wallsend on 2nd October 1951, and is famous as the the musician, singer/songwriter, and actor known as Sting.  He was ...
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Image taken from page 229 of 'Local Poetry. Songs and poems, relating to the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, or incidents connected therewith. Collected by T. Bell. [Chiefly cuttings with hawkers' ballads, and others in ms.]'

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Image taken from page 229 of 'Local Poetry. Songs and poems, relating to the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, or incidents connected therewith. Collected by T. Bell. [Chiefly cuttings with hawkers' ballads, and others in ms.]'

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Image taken from page 229 of 'Local Poetry. Songs and poems, relating to the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, or incidents connected therewith. Collected by T. Bell. [Chiefly cuttings with hawkers' ballads, and others in ms.]'

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Image taken from page 229 of 'Local Poetry. Songs and poems, relating to the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, or incidents connected therewith. Collected by T. Bell. [Chiefly cuttings with hawkers' ballads, and others in ms.]'

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Image taken from page 229 of 'Local Poetry. Songs and poems, relating to the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, or incidents connected therewith. Collected by T. Bell. [Chiefly cuttings with hawkers' ballads, and others in ms.]'

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Image taken from page 229 of 'Local Poetry. Songs and poems, relating to the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, or incidents connected therewith. Collected by T. Bell. [Chiefly cuttings with hawkers' ballads, and others in ms.]'

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Image taken from page 195 of 'Local Poetry. Songs and poems, relating to the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, or incidents connected therewith. Collected by T. Bell. [Chiefly cuttings with hawkers' ballads, and others in ms.]'

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Image taken from page 210 of 'Local Poetry. Songs and poems, relating to the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, or incidents connected therewith. Collected by T. Bell. [Chiefly cuttings with hawkers' ballads, and others in ms.]'

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The Mayfair, Newcastle
- The Mayfair in Newcastle opened as a ballroom on 12th September 1961. With its large hall, the Mayfair could hold up to 1,500 people, and had a resident band. The ...

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