Getting here

Live Theatre is located opposite the Law Courts on Broad Chare, which is just off the Quayside in Newcastle upon Tyne.

On foot
Live is a short ten minute walk from the city centre, where you will find Metro, main line and local rail links. Dean Street is one of the main thoroughfares leading to the Quayside. You will find Live Theatre next to the Law Courts and between the Tyne Bridge and the new Millennium Bridge.

By bus and train
Live Theatre is a 10 minute walk from Central Station, Monument and Manors Metro Stations. The Quay Link bus service runs every 10 minutes during the day and every 20 minutes during the evening until midnight providing a safe and easy way of getting to and from the theatre. Call Travel ine on 0871 200 2233 for more travel information.

From the A1
Leave at the junction with the A184, signposted Gateshead and City. Take the lane signposted Gateshead by the electronic notice board. Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout onto the dual carriageway and follow signs for Gateshead. Continue along the dual carriageway and head straight over the next roundabout and set of lights until you come to a junction and are forced to turn left onto the Tyne Bridge. Cross the bridge and leave at the first exit left just after the bridge. At the roundabout, do a full circle and leave the roundabout as though you were going back onto the Tyne Bridge. When you leave the roundabout take the exit to your left, where you see a blue All Saint's sign. Follow the road (Broad Chare), which bears sharply to the right, after which Live Theatre is a little further down on your right.

Parking
There is a car park in the new Trinity Gardens complex 50 metres up the road from the theatre, which can be accessed from City Road and Trinity Gardens. This is a secure 24 hour car park and costs 70p per hour and 25p per hour after 6pm. There is limited on street parking on Broad Chare and additional car parks nearby.

Contact us & FAQs

Ticket Hotline

0844 800 1110
Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm

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