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The World Shakespeare Festival in Newcastle and Gateshead in June and July 2012 is part of a phenomenal collaboration between United Kingdom and international arts organizations as they celebrate William Shakespeare as the world’s playwright. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company, this fantastic entire event runs from the 23rd of April to November 2012 and includes thousands of artists from countries throughout the globe who perform close to 70 productions. The World Shakespeare Festival is also a part of the London 2012 Festival, which celebrates the Cultural Olympiad culmination.
Newcastle/Gateshead is a leading theatrical destination. One of the hosts since 1977, Theatre Royal Newcastle, also celebrates its 175th birthday in 2012. A performance of “Julius Caesar” will be held there from the 19th to the 28th of July.
When you are looking for hotels in Newcastle area as you prepare to enjoy the festivities, you can find one to suit your budget and specific needs. There are those that are the epitome of luxury, those that cater to the budget conscious, those that are within walking distance of the places you want to visit or the train station or stadium and those that are family friendly. The amenities vary, so choose the hotel that is most appealing to you and your desires.
Other attractions in the area will keep you busy when you are looking for ways of occupying your free time. You can also shop at the largest indoor leisure and shopping complex in Europe, relax at the coast, take part in the vibrant nightlife, dine at award-winning establishments and appreciate the architecture and heritage of the buildings.
The Gateshead Angel of the North is the largest sculpture in Britain. Made of weathering steel, it has a rich brown/red color and can withstand winds higher than 100 miles an hour. It weighs an astonishing 200 tons, has a wing span of 54m and is 20m high.
Castle Keep is a fine example of a Norman Keep and was built in the 1100s. It is a Scheduled Ancient monument and is a fascinating historical landmark.
The Victoria Tunnel is a unique experience. The tunnel runs beneath Newcastle and was originally built in 1842 for the transportation of coal. Part of the tunnel is open year round for guided tours so you can hear the sounds of an air raid during the war and watch out for oncoming coal wagons.
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