Diocese of Newcastle

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  • A conversation on Mental Health, young people, faith and poverty led by Jenni Osborn

    Communities Together Durham are hosting the following:

    A conversation on Mental Health, young people, faith and poverty led by Jenni Osborn

    On Thursday 24th September

    10am –4pm

    For anyone who wants to find out more about mental health, and think through issues of young people, faith and poverty. Read more

  • Arts and Craft Festival

    A celebration of arts, craft and music. Read more

  • Two Quartets

    Beethoven's String Quartet Op. 131 in C sharp minor, played by the Kertesz Quartet and TS Elliot's The Dry Selvages from Four Quartets read by Nicholas Sagovsky. Read more

  • Nikolsky Ensemble on tour from Russia

    "Nikolski Ensemble sing a cappella "Our voices are the only instruments we use!" As a rule, the first part of our concert is devoted to Russian Orthodox Church music written by our famous classical composers since 17th century. In the second part, we sing Russian folk and secular songs. Tickets £9 adults/ £5 children/ £22 family available from Alston Local Link / Eventbrite/ secachurch@gmail.com. Read more

  • A Musical Miscellany

    A Musical Miscellany, Saturday 5th October 12.30pm.
    Margaret Huntington (Organ/Piano), Rachel Jeffers (Flute).
    Free entry, with retiring collection. Tea and coffee available from 11.30am.
    www.stjohnthebaptistnewcastle.co.uk
    sjohnsmusic@gmail.com or 0191 232 0483.
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  • Humours and Delights

    Music from 17th Century England, France and Germany for voice, lute, bass viol and organ.
    With music by Tobias Hume, Henry Purcell, John Dowland, Robert de Visée and others…
    Michael Ronan - Bass Baritone
    Sergio Bucheli - Lute & Theorbo
    Jacob Garside - Bass Viol
    John Green - Chamber Organ Read more

  • Royal Northern Sinfonia

    Royal Northern Sinfonia on your doorstep

    Hear Royal Northern Sinfonia, the professional orchestra of the North East, in your local church this October, this time with a programme including a special ensemble arrangement of Mahler’s ‘Titan’ symphony. Feel the full force and energy of this mighty symphony from just fifteen players absolutely giving it their all. Wagner’s intensely personal Siegfried Idyll and Strauss’ opulent Capriccio Sextet complete this programme of three giants of classical music.

    Royal Northern Sinfonia undertake four regional tours of churches in the North of England each year, including the ever-popular Christmas by Candlelight concerts. This autumn, join us for Mahler One: Titan in St George’s, Cullercoats (Thursday 17 October, 7.30pm), St Cuthbert’s, Darlington (Friday 18 October, 7.30pm) or Hexham Abbey (Sunday 20 October, 3pm).

    Tickets for each concert are £15, or £5 for Under-18s and are available from Sage Gateshead’s Box Office on 0191 443 4661 or at sagegateshead.com. If we have any tickets left there may be some available on the door, but early booking is recommended! We hope to see you there.
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  • A day with Meister Eckhart

    Christian meditation in the North East.

    THE ETERNAL BIRTH OF GOD IN THE SOUL.

    To book please contact: bridget.hewitt@btopenworld.com or 01434 602897


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  • Eco Messy Church

    Crafts and activities for all the family around the theme of God’s creation followed by party tea and drinks. Please book by emailing r.scheffer@newcastleanglican.org or 01661 886 853. Read more

  • Northumbrian Pipers' Society's Annual Concert

    The Northumbrian Pipers' Society's Annual Concert - a tribute to Colin Ross. Read more

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