The Friends of the North East Theatre Organ Association who enjoy playing the organ (& piano) come along this evening to play both for their own enjoyment and to entertain anyone who wishes to come along and listen. You can have a chat with other Friends and visitors over a cup of tea, coffee, etc. and just enjoy the music in a relaxing, informal and friendly atmosphere! Admission £5.00 – Pay at the Door

It is a great pleasure to welcome back one of the world’s  most versatile exponents of the pipe organ!  Richard is equally at home on (and knows how to get the very best out of) anything from a humble village church instrument up to the largest of cathedral organs or the mightiest of theatre organs and was, of course, one of the players who re-opened our Wurlitzer following the major refurbishment a few years ago.

The Friends of the North East Theatre Organ Association who enjoy playing the organ (& piano) come along this evening to play both for their own enjoyment and to entertain anyone who wishes to come along and listen. You can have a chat with other Friends and visitors over a cup of tea, coffee, etc. and just enjoy the music in a relaxing, informal and friendly atmosphere! Admission £5.00 – Pay at the Door

In conjunction with County Durham Heritage Open Days 2024 Your chance to find out all about the Mighty Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ, what it is & how it works, look around the organ – inside and out, join us for tea/coffee & listen to the Wurlitzer and to Stuart Wright’s fabulous fairground organ. ADMISSION FREE  –  CALL IN ANY TIME DURING THE DAY  –  Everybody Welcome

The Friends of the North East Theatre Organ Association who enjoy playing the organ (& piano) come along this evening to play both for their own enjoyment and to entertain anyone who wishes to come along and listen. You can have a chat with other Friends and visitors over a cup of tea, coffee, etc. and just enjoy the music in a relaxing, informal and friendly atmosphere! Admission £5.00 – Pay at the Door

The NETOA Friends ‘ALL STARS’ entertain at the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ and Grand Piano and the Friends annual Award Winners cups will be presented to the 2024 winning organists + Enjoy a delicious Teatime Treats during the Interval Note: Places for the food are limited and it must be ordered in advance (Concert admission with Tea / Coffee and Biscuits only is priced at £5.00 – Pay at the Door on the day)

We’re going back to the 1940s for a dose of ‘wartime’ nostalgia!  So dress up in your best service uniform or period civvies and enjoy Colin’s wonderful uke playing as George Formby, whilst Lewis will be adding more musical atmosphere at the Wurlitzer and there will be the odd wartime film thrown in for good measure.  Remember: no careless talk – don’t tell them Pike!