Theatre Royal Newcastle

Theatre Royal Newcastle


Enjoy a variety of live shows and events in this beautiful landmark building. The Theatre Royal Newcastle offers a variety of touring events along with classic theatre and opera shows.

Just want to see the sights? The Theatre Royal has a fascinating history all of its own. After a devastating fire in the late 1800s, the theatre was reconstructed and then its architecture and history preserved under grade 1 listing.

What makes it special

  • Royal Theatre
  • Live music and events

Varies depending on events.


Varies depending on events.

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Theatre Royal Newcastle

Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6BR

Map references

OS Grid Ref: NZ 24940 64308

Lat/Lng: 54.972725, -1.612296

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