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Bravissimo Festive Fizz and Fittings Event

Join Bravissimo on Thursday 14th December, between 4.00 pm til 8.00 pm for expert bra fitting advice for every outfit and a free glass of fizz!

Plus a chance to win your new favourite lingerie when you enter Bravissimo’s competition. Appointments and Walk-in Fittings are available.

Event Details

📅 Date: Thursday 14 December

🕒 Time: 4.00pm – 8.00pm

📍 Location: Bravissimo

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Queer Creative Pop – HMV

Tyne and Queer Collective partners with HMV in New Pop-Up Event in Newcastle.

The local arts organisation, Tyne and Queer Collective will be holding a pop-up arts event at HMV Newcastle in Eldon Square this February to bring together local creatives.

With a focus on showcasing the talents of queer and disabled individuals, Tyne and Queer Collective is committed to building safe spaces for queer artists in the North East. On the back of the initial event, Beck Carol, the curator of Tyne and Queer Collective, has been establishing new connections with well-known music and arts venues in the region.

When asked about the HMV event, Beck said, “As an autistic non-binary person, I’m dedicated to ensuring that queer people have more spaces in Newcastle. I’m keenly aware of the obstacles faced by queer and disabled creatives, so creating events which will encourage these individuals to get involved is so important to me.

“HMV Newcastle has been a staple of Newcastle’s creative scene for years, and its placement in the heart of the city centre means that Tyne and Queer collective can create a high-profile event to showcase the abilities of our featured artists and vendors.”

Tyne and Queer held their first event in January, featuring vendors working with textiles, photography, illustration, and jewellery. However, there are plans for music events to take place across Newcastle at the beginning of February, with the hope of broadening the scope of Tyne and Queer Collective with each event.

“We are carrying out arts and music events across Newcastle, but our event at Newcastle means we can move our collective to the next level. The venue means we can bring together a much larger variety of artists and cast a much brighter light on our community.”

Location: HMV, Eldon Square

Date: Wednesday 15 February

Time: 1.30pm – 4.30pm

Tyne and Queer Event Poster

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A LEGO® Heart Is Just the Start

Calling all Lego® enthusiasts. Join us on Tuesday 21 February for our LEGO® workshop in partnership with Brick This and Newcastle Hospitals Charity.

Build a LEGO® heart with our special guest Steve Mayes, the renowned local LEGO® Architect from Brick This and learn about the incredible gift of organ donation and the pioneering work of the Freeman Hospital, supported by Newcastle Hospitals Charity.

The free workshops will be located in the upper Grey’s Quarter opposite Cha time and run from 11am –1pm and 2pm – 4pm. Twenty-Five unique LEGO® hearts will be up for grabs for customers to build and take home during each session and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

Along with the LEGO® hearts, children will also be able to participate in creative LEGO® play with the help of Steve from Brick This.

LEGO Sculpture supporting Newcastle Hospitals at Eldon Square, Newcastle


The workshops are suitable for children 5 years plus. Donations will be welcome on the day to Newcastle Hospitals Charity to help them support even more projects at the hospitals, including the cutting-edge work of the transplantation teams at the Freeman Hospital.

Additionally, a LEGO® heart installation built by Steve from Brick This has been commissioned by Newcastle Hospitals Charity and will be displayed in the centre from Tuesday 14 February to highlight Organ Donor Awareness Day and to celebrate the work of The Institute of Transplantation, based in the heart of Newcastle. The LEGO® artwork will be located in St Andrew’s Way near to the customer service desk until Tuesday 21 February, before it reaches its permanent home at the Freeman Hospital.

Newcastle Hospitals Charity supports innovative initiatives within the transplantation service, including funding a heart transplant simulator to train surgeons to perform life-saving heart transplants in accurate conditions.

Newcastle Hospital Charity is the official charity for Newcastle Hospitals. It proudly supports staff, patients and the wider community of the hospitals, and funds a range of initiatives – from cutting-edge cancer research to innovative medical equipment and ward refurbishments.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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