How a local blogger and artist are hoping to save Newcastle theatres

Much-loved theatres in Newcastle are struggling following 9 months of their doorways being closed to audiences.

As coronavirus lockdown continues throughout the humanities sector and with new lockdown restrictions now in place, the way forward for local theatres is left unknown.

Newcastle Theatre Royal, The Sage Gateshead and Northern Stage are simply a few of the dozen theatres who are now paying a heavy value because the coronavirus pandemic leaves a “devasting influence” on their business.

Now Newcastle blogger Aaron Whittington and artist Elizabeth Carins have been working exhausting to strive to save their local arts venues.



Newcastle blogger Aaron Whittington has launched a vary of picture prints and is giving all earnings to 11 theatres in Newcastle

Together Aaron, the founding father of InNewcastle.co.uk, and Elizabeth have launched a vary of A4 picture prints to fundraise for 11 theatres in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Aaron, of Blakelaw, has commissioned Elizabeth’s distinctive considered one of a variety print designs that remember local venues together with the Tyne Theatre and Opera House and The Playhouse Whitley Bay.

And up to now the duo has raised £3,000 with all earnings donated to theatres throughout town.

The 33-year-old blogger stated: “Being an leisure web site now we have had the chance to go to these incredible venues and seen many exhibits.

“I really feel that in this robust time, it simply felt proper to need to give again and try to elevate some cash for them.”



Local artist, Elizabeth Carins has launched a range of photo prints and is giving all profits to 11 theatres in Newcastle
Local artist, Elizabeth Carins has launched a vary of picture prints and is giving all earnings to 11 theatres in Newcastle

Artist Elizabeth, of Killingworth, was delighted to be chosen to design and produce the photographs and to give you the option to make a distinction along with her work.

Elizabeth, proprietor of Blinkn’ Imp, stated: “It means a nice deal to have been chosen to design this piece.

The 40-year-old artist stated: “Over the years I’ve been to lots of the North East theatres, to get pleasure from quite a few music gigs and performances; positively a few of the highlights of my life.

“The arts imply a lot to me and typically encourage me in my very own inventive work.”

A gaggle picture or particular person photographs of the venues will be now bought by visting InNewcastle.co.uk

Source: www.chroniclelive.co.uk

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