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Newcastle’s Tyneside Cinema is one of our region’s cultural high-points; a home for a multitude of films, past and present, as well as playing host to some very unique events, it’s a true happy place for film fans across the North East. The cinema is looking to improve even further, and has launched an appeal to help raise money for their plans to improve the alleyway that leads from its doors to the Monument area.

Tyneside Cinema, a registered charity, developed the plan with Newcastle City Council and will work in partnership with the neighbouring properties to make High Friar Lane an attractive and welcoming part of Newcastle City Centre. With plans to install a new canopy of lights, signage, bicycle racks and a new pavement café area coupled with a refurbishment of the existing coffee bar. There’s also going to be to further improvements for even better access to the cinema for members of the public with special needs.

The Tyneside Cinema will be fundraising for their 2016 Appeal from now until Thursday 30th June with the aim of carrying out these improvements for the summer of 2016. Donation for the Appeal can be made in person at the Tyneside Cinema or online here.

With further opportunities to donate, including a 25p appeal donation on tickets for all customers now brought back, after donors suggested to do so when the ticket donation option proved hugely successful during their 2013/14 appeal.

For more information about Tyneside Cinema’s 2016 Appeal visit the Tyneside Cinema website here.

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