Tyneside Cinema is the North East’s leading specialised cinema and digital arts venue.
Tyneside Cinema opened their doors in 1937 and to this day, they are the last surviving news theatre still operating as a cinema. Tyneside Cinema offer a rich and diverse artistic programme of film, exhibitions and events across film, artist film and film heritage for audiences of all ages and from all walks of life. The Grade II listed building was restored in the late 2000s to preserve the grand decor which is heavily influenced by the 1920s Art Deco style.
Remake a Take
From Blade Runner to Brief Encounter, the North has inspired generations of audiences and filmmakers. Get behind the scenes of these famous films with a host of hands-on activities.
Follow the Remake a Take movie trail to hunt out a series of interactive film stills featuring scenes from the likes of Get Carter, Billy Elliot and 24 Hour Party People.
Recreate an iconic scene from Kes, Ken Loach, 1945 at Tyneside Cinema
Nearest Metro: Monument