There’s a lot going on in the heart of Sunderland this November. Take a look at our monthly top picks…
9 to 5 The Musical
5 – 9 November
Settle in at Sunderland Empire Theatre this November as 9 to 5 The Musical rolls into town!
Stopping off in Sunderland for an exclusive run of dates, brush off those early morning blues, tumble out of bed and clock in for this superb West End musical!
Featuring an Oscar, Grammy and Tony award-nominated music score from Dolly Parton, this hilarious new production is guaranteed to have you dancing in the aisles!
Join Love Island 2017 winner Amber Davies, Laura Tyrer and TV star Sean Needham on a heart-warming story about three workmates pushed to the edge by their sexist and egocentric boss.
A brand new production about standing up for each other and taking care of business, book your tickets now!
Venture over to Arts Centre Washington as Bamboozle Theatre arrives with their brand new stage production, Pulse!
A captivating children’s story that follows Patience, Bird and Clanky Jane in the American Desert, join the gang as they try everything to make it rain!
Featuring relaxed performances suitable for all including those on the autistic spectrum and performances aimed at audiences with multiple learning disabilities.
Rock all night long at Independent Sunderland as indie-rockers Larkins whistle into Wearside.
Following on from an incredible breakthrough year in 2018 that saw Larkins make their mark on the UK rock scene with their debut EP ‘Sugar Sweet’, the Manchester rockers are heading on an exclusive UK tour and anticipation for their Sunderland gig is reaching fever pitch!
Having recently headlined Manchester’s iconic Albert Hal, make sure you head over to hear bangers such as Something Beautiful, Hit and Run and crowd favourite TV Dream.
Tickets on sale now, grab yours now!
Joseph Swan: A New Vision
Settle in for a free public talk about Wearside native Joseph Swan!
Taking place at the Pottery Gallery at Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, join Dr Carol McKay as she guides you through Swan’s pioneering photography achievements, including the invention of the dry photographic plate!
A revolutionary moment in photography and a massive leap forward in the development of modern photography. Hear from artist Liza Dracup how Swan inspired her latest work.