March Highlights

Published on 21st February 2023

Join us in celebrating the start of spring with a broad range of diverse events in theatre, live music, comedy, and more!

Wonder at your children’s curiosity during the Curious Investigators, chuckle with the charming Geordie comic, Carl Hutchinson, and dance the night away with LOWES at their exclusive, homecoming gig in our Malt Room!

Our independent Cinema is brimming with unique events this month, including a Live Q&A with the Director of the critically acclaimed, Finite: The Climate of Change, and live screenings of ballet, theatre, visual arts, and music.

View our full event listings here.



Too Much World at Once by Box of Tricks Theatre

29 March | Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £12.50 | Theatre

On his fifteenth birthday, Noble transforms into a bird. Thousands of miles away, his sister Cleo is stationed on a remote island with the British Antarctic Survey. A lyrical, theatrical journey that spans continents and lives, Too Much World at Once is an urgent coming-of-age story for our times, touching on themes of mental health, LGBT pride, and climate change.

BROMANCE by Barely Methodical Troupe

31 March | Starts 8pm | Tickets £16 | Conc. £14 | Theatre

International award-winning smash hit BROMANCE is a five-star circus about camaraderie and affection. Audacious, touching, exhilarating tour-de-force of physical heroics where handshakes become handstands and backslaps become backflips.

Family Entertainment

Curious Investigators

Curious Investigators

11 March | Starts 2pm | Tickets £11 | Theatre | Age Guidance 3-7 yrs

Scribble and Clipboard are the Curious Investigators and they have a job to do; sort the recycling. But Scribble keeps finding new things to investigate. Curious Investigators is a cracking adventure and a delightfully surprising, highly visual show for 3–7-year-olds and their grown-ups.


Carl Hutchinson

Carl Hutchinson: Watch ‘Til The End

24 March | Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £15.50 | Theatre | Age Guidance 14+

After a mammoth 87-date run in 2022, Carl capitalised and got to work to produce his best show yet. If you’ve seen the Geordie in action before, you know exactly what type of amazing night you’re in for. If you haven’t seen Carl, prepare to be dazzled by the UK comedy scene’s best-kept secret.

Live Music



10 March | Support Vacant Weekend | Doors 8pm | Tickets £13 | Malt Room Standing

LOWES are local legends and their music is a hybrid of alternative organic pop and explorative electronic dance music. This show is exclusive to Brewery Arts, promising to be an explosive and dynamic performance teasing some of the exciting tracks from LOWES’ highly anticipated 2023 release project.

Smoove & Turrell

24 March | Doors 8pm | Tickets £18 | Malt Room Standing

The story of Smoove & Turrell began in the post-millennium North East of England with a group of working-class lads with a shared passion for soul. The first few tracks were received with a rapturous response and their newfound northern soul style demanded that a live band be formed, so, they swiftly filled out their ranks with a team of like-minded Geordie musicians.



Finite: The Climate of Change and Live Q&A with Director Rich Felton, hosted by SLACCt

(15) | 1 March | Starts 8pm | Tickets £9.50 | Conc. £8.50 | U25s £6.50 | Cinema Screen 2

Inside the core of the climate movement, concerned citizens in Germany put their bodies on the line to save the ancient Hambach Forest from one of Europe’s biggest coal mines. The activists form an unlikely alliance with a frustrated but tight-knit community in rural northeast England who have spent 30 years fighting plans for a new coal mine next to their homes.

Brian & Roger Eno: Live at the Acropolis

(U) | 2 March | Starts 8pm | Tickets: £11.50 | Conc. £10.50 | U25s £8.50 | Cinema Screen 2

In front of a sell-out crowd and against a backdrop of spectacular images being projected onto the Odeon of Herodes Atticus amphitheatre, this unique musical event is in cinemas for one night only and includes ambient records, television soundtracks and film scores.

Stage On Screen

Life of Pi

March is a month full of Stage On Screen events in our state-of-the-art Cinema, including the Olivier Award-winning stage adaptation of the best-selling novel, Life of Pi from the National Theatre. The Royal Opera’s Turandot willalso be shown and a live exhibition film of Mary Cassatt: Painting The Modern Womanwill reflect on the artist’s radical images showing women as intellectual, feminine, and real.

Complete the Stage On Screen experience with Prosecco and Canapés, available to enjoy during the interval of each screening.


GreenDoor Exhibition

GreenDoor Artists’ Takeover: New Beginnings

10 February-25 March | Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm | Free | Foyer Gallery & Sugar Store Gallery

The self-managed, not-for-profit artists’ cooperative, GreenDoor, is looking forward to a new year of exploring fresh and contemporary ideas, styles, mediums, and techniques. The New Beginnings exhibition imagines a futuristic world over the next 50 years, linking to the celebration of Brewery Arts’ 50th Anniversary.

Moving With 

1–31 March | Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm | Free | Foyer Gallery 

Moving With is a short film capturing a precious moment in time between mother, son, and their local landscape. Made by Jonny Randall, it documents dance artist Lucy Nicholson and her son, Benji’s, regular journeys out and about in their local village of Staveley. They pack a bag, walk to their favourite spots, and notice; what can we hear, what can we see, and how shall we move?

View our full event listings here.

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