Father’s Day Gifts Covered

  • 13th June 2022
  • Posted by Tyne Theatre & Opera House

Looking for a unique and memorable Father’s Day gift?

We’ve picked out a couple of our favourite shows, guaranteed to offer something for everyone.

Don’t forget, if you book your tickets in person at the Box Office not only will you avoid the booking fees but we’ll also print your tickets there and then – perfect for popping in a card and gifting this Father’s Day!

talkSPORT Live with Alan Brazil & Ray Parlour
Tues 21 June 2022 | 7:30pm

Alan Brazil and Ray Parlour are the most lethal strike force on British radio. Together on the talkSPORT breakfast show they’ve proven to be a hilarious double act and now they are taking their live stage show on the road.

The guys will be telling tales from the dressing room, from the studio, from their playing days, travels on international duty… and of course Cheltenham.

Tickets here

An Evening with David Sedaris
Mon 11 July 2022 | 7:30pm

Leading US humourist, David Sedaris, known for his sardonic humour and incisive critiques of the human condition, will join audiences in Newcastle this Summer.

In this unique event, see Sedaris bring his works to life in a reading which features all-new excerpts and recollections, followed by an audience Q&A session and book signing.

Tickets here

Elvana: Unplugged
Fri 16 Sept 2022 | 7:30pm

Those good ol’ boys in ELVANA ‘Elvis fronted Nirvana’ are touring the ‘Unplugged’ show in 2022!

Emulating the iconic Nirvana Unplugged concert, Elvana will be performing many of the tracks of this show including ‘Jesus Don’t Want Me for a Sunbeam, ‘Lake of Fire’ and ‘Where Did You Sleep Last Night?’ All shook up with a splash of Elvis Presley and tongues shoved firmly into cheeks.

Tickets here

Gavin Webster – Pontification on Tyne
Fri 11 Nov 2022 | 8pm

The Geordie alternative comedy legend returns for a brand new show ‘Pontification On Tyne’.

Every aspect of life unique to the North East is covered in a crash bang wallop humorous way, with his trademark sardonic songs, classic rants and flights of philosophy with a surreal twist coupled with his plentiful supply or proper Geordie jokes.

Tickets here

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