Experience the unique musical tradition of the ‘Mighty’ Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ, featuring one of the largest and most versatile instruments of its type in Europe.

Annual Open Day

Your chance to find out all about the Wurlitzer theatre organ, its history, and the North East Theatre Organ Association

Why not visit us on Bank Holiday Monday, 25 August to find out more?

There will be regular presentations  between 10.00am and 5.00pm.

Admission is free and all are welcome to visit us.  There will be live music, slide presentations and short films throughout the day.

The Young Organists’ Showcase is an important event in the NETOA diary, and its popularity is undoubtedly down to the incredible display of talent and commitment shown by the young people in carefully preparing their programmes.  This year it is a pleasure to welcome back Matthew Hadley - the latest recipient of the Cinema Organ Society’s prestigious Ian Sutherland Award - along with his equally gifted sister, Johanna, at the pianoforte. Carl Heslop makes a welcome return to the New Victoria Centre; his creativity and flair for the theatre organ always abundantly evident.  Cathryn Howard will bring us another well thought out programme of popular music delivered with her usual aplomb.  Kelvin Kent will undoubtedly put the Wurlitzer through its paces with another confident presentation, as will the personable Adam Zair following his dynamic performance last year.

One of the highlights of the concert season…

Next concert:

Saturday, 13 September at 7.00pm

Young Organists’ Showcase