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7TH - 10TH JULY 2016

STREET ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL CONCERTS AT PLAYHOUSE WHITLEY BAY ‘PLATFORM’ AT TYNEMOUTH STATION

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Welcome I am delighted to welcome you to the 12th Mouth of the Tyne Festival. There is a packed programme of entertainment again this year with some amazing live music concerts, free street entertainment, activities for under fives and their parents and, of course, our wonderfully colourful pageant featuring hundreds of young people. The festival is a great showcase for North Tyneside and for our award-winning coastline, which I know people really enjoy visiting, not just over this special weekend but all year round. Wherever you’ve travelled from to be here today and whatever you choose to see or get involved in, I hope you have a fantastic time.

Norma Redfearn Elected Mayor of North Tyneside

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Playhouse Whitley Bay Evening concerts Surf CafĂŠ events Sunday afternoon concert Food and drink Street entertainment Platform at Tynemouth Station Pageant Listings HMS TYNE visit / Tyne Idols Tour Festival fringe events Travel information Map

Further Information For further details on any of the information in this programme, please contact Tourist Information on 0191 200 5895 or visit www.mouthofthetynefestival.com. Details are correct at the time of going to print. Line up subject to change at short notice. 3


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at Playhouse Whitley Bay Playhouse Whitley Bay will host three amazing acts as part of the festival starting with the fantastic Ronnie Spector sings the Ronettes. Ronnie Spector | 17th June American R&B star Ronnie Spector had hits in the 60s with The Ronettes including ‘Be My Baby’, ‘Baby I Love You’ and ‘Walking in the Rain’. The band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007. For tickets see www.playhousewhitleybay.co.uk.

The Temperance Movement | 7th July British blues rock band The Temperance Movement formed in 2011 and have already supported rock royalty The Rolling Stones, toured extensively in the US and come to us hot on the heels of the release of their second album White Bear. Last remaining tickets at www.playhousewhitleybay.co.uk.

SOLD OUT Frank Turner | 9th July English folk singer-songwriter Frank Turner returns to the festival by popular demand and will perform songs from his six solo albums including his latest release ‘Positive Songs for Negative People’.

www.playhousewhitleybay.co.uk 0844 248 1588 Booking fees apply 4


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Thursday 7th July

Live at Tynemouth Priory and Castle With special guest

North East born Bryan Ferry, CBE, influenced a generation with his music and style. As a solo artist and Roxy Music front man, he achieved number one albums and top ten singles with hits including Love is the Drug, Dance Away, Slave to Love and Let’s Stick Together. Tynemouth Priory and Castle, 6pm Tickets cost £45 each plus booking fee www.ticketmaster.co.uk You may bring your own food and drink but no glass is permitted.

Friday 8th July

Live at Tynemouth Priory and Castle

Tunde Baiyewu

With special guest

Voice of the Lighthouse Family

Multi-million selling Brit Award winning singer-songwriter and pop superstar Will Young will perform past hits and songs from his number one album ‘85% Proof’.

Tynemouth Priory and Castle, 6pm Tickets cost £35 each plus booking fee www.ticketmaster.co.uk You may bring your own food and drink but no glass is permitted.

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Saturday 9th July

Live at Tynemouth Priory and Castle With special guests

Grammy nominated James Bay’s show sold out in hours. Tynemouth Priory and Castle, 6pm You may bring your own food and drink but no glass is permitted.

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at Surf CafĂŠ, Tynemouth

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Barry Hyde 7 July Futureheads lead singer and guitarist Barry Hyde will perform his new album Malody. The album lays bare his deeply personal experiences of being bipolar. 6

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Ben Ottewell 8 July Gomez front man Ben Ottewell, with his deep and soulful voice, will give fans a chance to see the English singer-songwriter up close in the intimate setting of the Surf Cafe.

BBC Introducing 10 July, free admission, no ticket required. Line-up includes Jake Houlsby, Afnan Prince, Ditte Elly and Cape Cub.


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Sunday 10th July Tynemouth Priory and Castle from 11.45am - 7pm

Celebrating 50 years in the music industry, pop icon Lulu’s hits include Shout, Leave a Little Love, The Man Who Sold the World, Eurovision smash Boom Bang-a-Bang and Relight my Fire, a chart-topping song she sang with Take That.

Multi-award winning, British R&B singer Lemar is best known for hits including Dance (With U), If There’s Any Justice and 50/50.

2015 was a big year for Newcastle 5-piece Shields, including an appearance at Glastonbury. Their debut album ‘How Can We Fix This?’ is out now.

Winners of the

Event @ Segedunum Just a week before the festival, young musicians from North Tyneside played for the chance to open today’s show on the main stage. There will be range of activities for children to get involved in throughout the afternoon including giant games and interactive sports sessions.

Funky soul music for your head and your feet!

Tickets cost £15 for adults and £7 for children and are available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk or North Shields Tourist Information Centre (Royal Quays) either in person or over the phone on 0191 200 5895. You may bring your own food and drink but no glass is permitted.

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Award-winning chef and local brewery take festival food and drink to another level! The award-winning creator of Riley’s Fish Shack in Tynemouth is curating the food for concert goers at this year’s festival. Anyone attending the music concerts at Tynemouth Priory and Castle can enjoy food on the night from over a dozen independent street food traders serving globally-influenced artisan food, but sourced and produced locally. The festival bar will be run by Wylam Brewery who will bring a whole host of cask and craft keg beers all super fresh and brewed in the region.

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Acrojou present ‘Frantic’ Frantic is an explosive acrobatic exploration of our relentless devotion to being busy; the reality of a running mind and one man’s thirst for escape. The show features spectacular acrobatics and dance-theatre.

An Act Above present ‘Stalkers’ and ‘Dragons’ Stilt company An Act Above present two contrasting walkabouts. The Stalkers move with slow, sensuous, sculptural power whereas the Dragons are full of energy and lizard-like movements. In either guise they love to interact with the public.

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Andréanne Thiboutot presents ‘Hoopelaï’ Andréanne Thiboutot from Canada presents a romantic comedy with hoops and dizzying movement that warms the hearts of the audience.

Artizani present ‘Bees! The Colony’ The public wanders amongst a honeyperfumed Bee Colony tended by a pair of beekeepers, and finds a variety ways of viewing and interacting with the contents of six impossible Bee Hives. Each hive contains a surprising twist! 9


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Avanti Display present ‘The Fountain Machine’ The Fountain Machine is a comic performance of squirting water and clanking machinery presented by an affable engineer and his apprentice.

Avanti Display present ‘Mr Lucky’s Party’ A couple begin a celebratory tea party with party hats and even a cake. However, with each course the weather gets worse … and so does their mood!

Avanti Display present ‘Reliquary’ An intricate and beautiful casket is paraded through the streets. The two attendants choose six lucky passers-by to wear headphones and peep inside, where they witness a profound and engaging marvel.

Avanti Display present ‘Spurting Man’ The Spurting Man features a star performer with an unusual speciality and his downtrodden assistant. As the performance takes place, their bizarre and unequal relationship sets up some hilarious interaction.

Avanti Display present ‘Mystic Monty’ The boffins at Avanti Display H.Q. have devised a wonderful apparatus which may truly be said to revolutionise the science of superstition as they explore the ancient art of astrology. 10


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Cloud Nine & Avanti Display present ‘Leak’ Some locals have experienced bizarre happenings – water spurting out of television sets and iPods, music coming out of taps and flashes of newsreaders in the bathroom steam. A company is brought in to investigate. The team arrives and sets up; it’s not long before the spray begins to fly.

Cloud Nine present ‘An Excess of Overcoats’ In a series of comic sketches, meet the man wearing an infinite number of overcoats, the non-stop bawling baby, the thief who turns into a wardrobe, the world's greatest love story (told in five minutes) and discover the best antidote to suicide.

Highly Sprung present ‘Urban Astronaut’ Urban Astronaut provides a glimpse of a future that might be… where problems surrounding air pollution have grown to crisis point. Is there any way back? The answer is found in an encounter with a young girl who provides the one thing the astronaut has lost … hope.

Juriy Longhi presents ‘Bubble Street Cirkus’ From Italy, the one-man Bubble Street Cirkus offers virtuoso juggling and equilibrium techniques as the main ingredients of a sparkling and dynamic show.

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Los Excentricos present ‘The Melting Pot Pourri’ From Catalonia and France, Los Excentricos are a trio of extraordinary clowns who entertain with live music (including the musical saw and whistling gloves), juggling and physical comedy.

Katie Wright presents ‘Katie Wright Dynamite! Visiting England from Australia, Katie makes a welcome return to Mouth of the Tyne Festival for her second stint as compère at the outdoor stage. In addition, she will be performing her own show, a daring mix of circus and laugh out loud comedy.

Ramshacklicious present ‘Mr & Mr Burn’ This chaotic, comic performance features live and looped music played on trombone, tuba, baritone uke and electronic drums, physical theatre and puppetry to create a world of surprises where anything can and will go wrong!

Whalley Range All Stars present ‘Ye Gods’ Three figures of fate tower over a model town and gradually bring the place to life with a witty use of objects and a vivid soundtrack. Not content with that, they create a miniature apocalypse via a set of weather effects on wheels which brings the town to its knees. 12


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Platform at Tynemouth Station Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th July

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Saturday 9th July Enjoy an exciting programme of dance, music and entertainment at Tynemouth Station throughout the weekend. Cloud Nine and Avanti Display will team up for lots of water-based fun in Leak, premiering at the Tynemouth Metro Station stage. Cloud Nine will also be performing their comic mime sketch show An Excess of Overcoats. View the incredible new multisensory installation BEES! The Colony presented by Artizani. Wander amongst the honeyperfumed Bee Colony, occasionally cloaked in smoke, interacting with 6 impossible Bee Hives. In each there is a surprising twist. Ethereal beekeepers will keep an eye on proceedings. Linskill Community Choir, Harmony Senior Choir and a selection of local music artists will provide fantastic musical entertainment. 14

Platform at T 10.20am 11.00am 11.30am 12.00pm 12.30pm 1.00pm

Linskill Community Choir Cloud Nine present An Excess of Overcoats Beth Tippins Flava Bay (Break and Hip Hop Dance) Jamie-lee Duffy and Paul Mak Cloud Nine present An Excess of Overcoats

North Tyneside Showcase 1.30pm Aaron Morell 2.00pm King Edwards Primary School, Tynemouth 2.35pm Heading 4 Oblivion (Ukulele Band) 3.00pm Senior Harmony Choir 3.30pm LEAK Compere performances from Ian Colthart and Paul Phillips 11.00am -12.30pm and 2.00pm – 3.30pm BEES! The Colony


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Be amazed as Avanti Display present Mystic Monty. Imagine a fortune telling machine where the fortune teller is an automated donkey! You will be treated to truly unbelievable sleight of hand tricks and you might even leave with your own prediction card and a new respect for the science of nonsense! Cloud Nine and BEES! The Colony are back again today.

A fantastic afternoon of live Latin music is in store with ¡VAMOS! including DJs, dance, street food and activities for children. Madridbased flamenco guitar artist Paco Bethencourt will be supported by the best of the region’s Latin musical talent and DJs.

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t Tynemouth Station 10.30am 11.00am 11.00am 11.40am 12.05pm 12.30pm

Kyle Morley Cloud Nine present An Excess of Overcoats Mystic Monty Young Harmony Choir Georgia Carpenter Cloud Nine present An Excess of Overcoats

¡VAMOS! Latin Quarter 1.00pm DJ Coco/David/Montunno 1.15pm ¡VAMOS! Artist 1.45pm DJ Coco/David/Montunno 2.00pm ¡VAMOS! Artist 2.45pm DJ Coco/David/Montunno 3.00pm Paco Bethencourt and Friends 4.00pm Close 11.00am -12.30pm and 2.00pm – 3.30pm BEES! The Colony

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Platform at Tynemouth Station

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Early Years Area Led by Bare Toed Dance Company and friends, The Tree House, The Pond and The Nest will host a variety of exciting activities.

Saturday 9th July The Shed House of Objects Invention Shed 10.00am – 4.00pm Experimental art with interesting odds and ends and recycled treasures. Fantasy Photo Booth 12.30pm – 4.00pm Our talented photographer brings images to life with fantastical backgrounds. The Treehouse Piccolo music 10.00am – 11.00am The Piccolo team will be hosting the ever-popular Piccolo sing-a-long. Bare Toed Treasure Chest free play 11.00am – 12.00pm Free-play with movement play toys and lazy hammocks. Junk Music 12.00pm – 1.00pm Percussive fun and make instruments from recycled materials. Much Loving Touch baby/toddler Yoga 1.00pm-2.00pm Stretch out with your little one. Yoga fun with songs and themes. Family Acro 2.00pm – 3.00pm Turn the whole family into acrobats … no experience required! 16

Hula disco and mini circus 3.00pm – 4.00pm The whole family can join the circus with hula hoops and circus toys. The Nest Birth and Baby 10.00am – 4.00pm Somewhere to feed, change or snooze and recharge your batteries.

Sunday 10th July Todays programme is the same as Saturday’s, apart from the following: The Treehouse Hang Aerial performance and workshop 2.00pm – 3.00pm Watch the experts then have a go yourself!

Bee Hive Observatory See honey bees in action and find out more about these incredible creatures. Incredible Edibles planting adventure A spot of gardening and mucking about with Mike from The Station Masters Garden.


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Saturday 9th July

Pageant Leaves Kings Priory Primary school at 11.15am This year’s pageant will feature a wide range of musical styles, dance and costumes from around the world with North Tyneside schools, community groups, choirs, bands and dance companies taking part. Local artists have been engaging participants to create banners and artwork. Look out for influences from the Caribbean, Africa, England, Scotland, Brazil, America, Canada and other countries. North Tyneside Steel Band will be at the clock tower on Front Street from 10.45am and local schools will perform along the street between 11am-12pm. Hundreds of people will be taking part in the colourful parade with samba drumming and much more! 17


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Saturday 9th July

Street Entertainment Programme Walkabouts 12.00pm 12.30pm 12.40pm 1.15pm 2.00pm 2.30pm 4.00pm 5.00pm

Avanti Display - Reliquary Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut An Act Above - Dragons Avanti Display - Reliquary An Act Above - Dragons Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut An Act Above - Dragons Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut

Street Entertainment 12.00pm 12.30pm 1.00pm 1.45pm 2.30pm 3.00pm 3.30pm 4.00pm 5.00pm

Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut Acrojou - Frantic Juriy Longhi - Bubble Street Cirkus Avanti Display - The Fountain Machine Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut Acrojou - Frantic Avanti Display - The Fountain Machine Juriy Longhi - Bubble Street Cirkus Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut

Cabaret Stage 12.00pm 12.40pm 1.25pm 2.10pm 2.40pm 3.20pm 4.05pm 4.40pm 5.15pm 18

Katie Wright - Katie Wright Dynamite! The Melting Pot Pourri - Los Excentricos Whalley Range All Stars - Ye Gods Andréanne Thiboutot - Hoopelaï Katie Wright - Katie Wright Dynamite! The Melting Pot Pourri - Los Excentricos Whalley Range All Stars - Ye Gods Andréanne Thiboutot - Hoopelaï Avanti Display - Spurting Man

Jazz Stage 12.00pm Colin Aitchison and the Cullercoats Crescent Club (all the way from China!) 1.35pm The Vieux Carre Jazzmen 3.10pm Ruth Lambert Trio 4.45pm Rendezvous Jazz


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Sunday 10th July

Street Entertainment Programme Walkabouts 12.00pm 12.30pm 1.15pm 2.00pm 2.40pm 3.25pm 4.15pm 4.40pm

Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut Ramshacklicious - Mr & Mr Burn An Act Above - Stalkers Avanti Display - Reliquary Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut An Act Above - Stalkers Ramshacklicious - Mr & Mr Burn An Act Above - Stalkers

Street Entertainment

Jazz Stage

12.00pm 12.30pm 1.00pm 1.30pm 2.00pm 2.40pm 3.10pm 3.40pm 4.15pm 4.45pm

12.00pm Big Red and the Grinners

Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut Ramshacklicious - Mr & Mr Burn Avanti Display - Mr Lucky's Party Acrojou - Frantic Juriy Longhi - Bubble Street Cirkus Highly Sprung - Urban Astronaut Avanti Display - Mr Lucky's Party Acrojou - Frantic Ramshacklicious - Mr & Mr Burn Juriy Longhi - Bubble Street Cirkus

1.35pm Levee Ramblers 3.10pm Maine Street Jazzmen 4.45pm Miss Mary & The Mr Rights

Cabaret Stage 12.00pm 12.40pm 1.25pm 2.10pm 2.40pm 3.20pm 4.05pm 4.40pm 5.15pm

Katie Wright - Katie Wright Dynamite! The Melting Pot Pourri - Los Excentricos Whalley Range All Stars - Ye Gods Andréanne Thiboutot - Hoopelaï Katie Wright - Katie Wright Dynamite! The Melting Pot Pourri - Los Excentricos Whalley Range All Stars - Ye Gods Andréanne Thiboutot - Hoopelaï Avanti Display - Spurting Man 19


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Sunday afternoon in the Priory 11.45am Gates open 12.30pm Winners of The Event @ Segedunum 2.00pm Nick Pride and the Pimptones 3.00pm Shields 4.00pm Lemar 5.15pm Lulu

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HMS TYNE OPEN DAY Visitors welcome on board

HMS TYNE will be holding it’s annual open day on Saturday 9th July between 10am and 4pm at Western Quay (Fish Quay), North Shields.

Mouth of the Tyne Tour Saturday 9th July, 2pm-5pm Departs from Gibraltar Rock, Tynemouth Tynemouth, Cullercoats, Whitley Bay and North Shields have an abundance of pop culture history. North Tyneside has strong links with a diverse group of actors, musicians, writers, filmmakers and productions ranging from Sting to Stan Laurel – from the Pet Shop Boys to the Dinner Ladies. The locality has a history going back to the Iron Age but more recently has produced some world class entertainers, playwrights, directors and composers. Live music, theatre and cinema are more popular at the Coast than ever. Includes a refreshment break along the way. Tickets are £5 each.

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Festival Fringe Events Kirsty Bromley and Lucy Wise 8th July, 7.00pm One is from a remote seaside town in south-west Australia and the other is from Sheffield. Lucy and Kirsty’s music is steeped in the Celtic, American and English folk music traditions that surrounded them growing up. Tickets: £10 each.

Heritage Skills Festival 9th July, 10.00am - 4.00pm Step back in time and experience the traditional skills and music of the historic Fish Quay. Event held in partnership with North of England Civic Trust. General admission charges apply.

For more information on either event call 0191 257 4506 or visit www.oldlowlight.co.uk. Young Music Live 9th July, 1.00pm - 3.00pm Northumberland Park Bandstand, Tynemouth

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A special edition of the summer music programme to coincide with the Mouth of the Tyne Festival featuring some of the best new, up and coming local artists and groups.


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SUMMER EVENTS Pirates Attack! Sat 30 – Sun 31 July Viking Raiders & Invaders Sat 6 – Sun 7 August Clash of Knights Sat 20 – Sun 21 August

Tynemouth, Tyne & Wear, NE30 4BZ

T Y N E M O U T H P R I O RY & CASTLE

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Travel Information Park and Ride

Alternative parking

Saturday

Northumberland Park Metro Station

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 *on seafront at Tynemouth adjacent to Blue Reef Aquarium

Park vehicle all day for £1 and take the Metro into Tynemouth. Ticket price: £3.90 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

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.

Metro Normal service will run with trains every 12 minutes on Saturday daytime and every 15 minutes in the evening and on Sunday. Last trains: From Tynemouth to Gateshead and Newcastle 11.07pm From Heworth to Sunderland 11.26pm Please check latest times before making your journey.

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Tynemouth No dogs allowed in Tynemouth Priory and Castle (except Guide Dogs)

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Mouth of the Tyne Festival 2016