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The region’s adaptation to the new normal continues with a truly unique occasion at Newcastle’s Exhibition Park on Friday 11th September. The North East has so far led the way and helped to pioneer the socially distant gigging experience, but Wylam Brewery’s Socially Distanced Supper Club is the absolute antithesis of the arena-sized mega gigs down the road in Gosforth.

Having already showcased funk maestros Smoove & Turrell at an August show, their next event features Sunderland favourite, The Lake Poets. The moniker of Sunderland’s Marty Longstaff, a multi-instrumentalist who has become known for his emotive music and goosebump-inducing voice, Marty also recently found notoriety for his song Shipyards which hit the mainstream as the soundtrack to Netflix series Sunderland Til I Die.

Ticketing will be done by table rather than by general admission, and as the title of the show suggests, food is included in the price of the ticket (so don’t be alarmed when we tell you a table for two will set you back £66). The venue will be operating at under 20% of its licensed capacity, making for an intimate and exclusive event.

The Lake Poets perform at Wylam Brewery, Newcastle on Friday 11th September



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