Live entertainment can be experimental, exploratory and bold; but our creative spaces must also be safe for all who use them. Arts institutions applicable must adopt a zero-tolerance approach for any form of harassment at work, including sexual harassment. This policy applies to employees, freelance staff, independent artists and all others that they work with. A policy covers sexual harassment [SH] which occurs at work and out of the workplace, such as on business trips or at work-related events or social functions. It covers SH by staff (which may include consultants, contractors/freelancers and agency workers) and also by third parties such as customers, suppliers or visitors.
A day long extravaganza at The Old Coal Yard and Cobalt Studios CIC that will feature some of the most empowering guest speakers for women and non-binary guests. We have partnered with sister organisation Forward NE to bring you a networking event with likeminded individuals, located at the heart of Ouseburn Valley in Newcastle.
As featured in the Tits Upon Tyne magazine, published August 2021; track was previously named 'Joker'. By Natalie Greener, Intarsia Records. Merunisa describes herself as ‘a very chilled and optimistic individual’. Her music tends to encompass emotional lyrics that feed your sad emotions, despite her personality being quite the opposite. “I like to think of... Continue Reading →
CLICK HERE FOR PRESALE VIA COAT RACK RECORDS! FREE SHIPPING + 18 PLUS CONTENT Silk, A4, 150gsm, GlossWhen purchasing a pre-sale item, you understand that there may be a delay in shipping as the magazine is still in the final stages of production. Therefore, you agree to the item being shipped within 7 days of the... Continue Reading →
We have prints! To celebrate the up and coming release of Tits Upon Tyne's print magazine FIRST EDITION, we are selling the groovy wall art - all profits will be donated to Breast Cancer Now. A huge thank you to Megmcart for designing the cover and being a huge part of the creative process! Watch this space for the magazine presale link... https://linktr.ee/Megmc
by Evie Mallender If ever the aesthetic prowess of Quentin Tarantino manifested itself into band form, it would be Black Honey. In the wake of their 2014 emergence from the elusive void of indie rock, lead vocalist Izzy B. Phillips and her eccentric vocals paint the quartet’s lyrical world of love and lust in a... Continue Reading →
by Amelia Thorpe Following the release of their sophomore EP ‘All Hail To Your Queen’ last year, Bristol-based atmospheric Alt-Pop quartet Ålesund return with their latest single, ‘Lightning’. Released on February 26th, the track combines Ålesund’s signature ethereal, yet up-tempo acoustics, and teases their upcoming EP, ‘A Thread In The Dark’, due to be released... Continue Reading →
by Amelia Thorpe Tearing down the walls of silence, Newcastle-based quartet, Swine Tax return with their most recent single ‘Johnny’. Released to all major streaming services on December 4th, the boisterous new single showcases an engaging new side to the band as they couple their frenetic and anxious energy to a motorik, groove-laden track. Recorded... Continue Reading →
by Catherine Entwistle Dancefloors may still be empty and music venues still largely closed across the country, butsax-driven, Sunderland-based group, PICNIC’s latest single is sure to have you moving andgrooving in your kitchen. Released on 16 th October this year, ‘Baby’ is the perfect feel-goodpop banger. It couldn’t have come at a better time, bringing... Continue Reading →
By Darcy Nathan In their latest EP The Paintings on the Wall, Nottingham boys Local Healers and fellow Notts veteran Louis Cypher team up to remind us all of just how important the arts are in tough times. Commenting on the lack of Government funding and outrage in light of the ‘Rethink, Reskill, Reboot’ campaign,... Continue Reading →