Tyneside

Tyneside is a conurbation in North East England, defined by the Office of National Statistics, which is home to over 80% of the population of Tyne and Wear. It includes the city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the Metropolitan Boroughs of Gateshead, North Tyneside and South Tyneside — all settlements on the banks of the River Tyne. The population of the conurbation was 879,996 according to the census of 2001, the 6th largest conurbation in the UK. The only large settlement in Tyne and Wear that is not part of the Tyneside conurbation is Sunderland which is on Wearside.

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Tyneside - Economy
... This is a chart of trend of regional gross value added of Tyneside at current basic prices published (pp ...
Tyneside Cinema - History
... The Tyneside building was conceived, designed and built by Dixon Scott, a local entrepreneur and the Great Uncle of film directors Sir Ridley and Tony Scott ... the first floor landing and foyer of the Tyneside building ... The Tyneside Cinema was opened as a news cinema, the Bijou News-Reel Cinema on 1 February 1937, and was commonly known as the News Theatre ...
Tyneside Cinema
... The Tyneside Cinema is an independent cinema in Newcastle upon Tyne ... The Tyneside's patrons are filmmakers Mike Figgis and Mike Hodges, and musicians Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys and Paul Smith of Maxïmo Park ... its core programme of cultural cinema, the newly refurbished Tyneside Cinema holds daily free screenings of archive newsreel footage and guided tours ...
Tyneside Electric
... The Tyneside Electrics were the suburban railways on Tyneside that the North Eastern Railway and the London and North Eastern Railway electrified ... The North Tyneside loop was electrified from 1904 onwards and formed one of the earliest suburban electric networks the South Tyneside line to South Shields via Pelaw was electrified ... in the 1960s the line to South Shields in January 1963 and the North Tyneside lines in June 1967 when the electrical supply infrastructure (which dated from 1935) and the rolling stock (which ...
South Tyneside Youth Orchestra
... South Tyneside Youth Orchestra (STYO), now known as 'South Tyneside Orchestra' is an orchestra based in South Tyneside in the North East of England That mainly consists of disabled and ... Frequently performing all over South Tyneside, South Tyneside Orchestra, and other ensembles from South Tyneside Music Service were the first LEA Music Service to showcase talent at the then new ... Conducted by Ernest Young, Former, Director of Music Service in South Tyneside ...