Welcome to the May issue of our schools newsletter where we share a round-up of our latest news, tools and teacher resources, as well as upcoming workshops and events across our venues. It’s been a busy few months here at Sunderland Culture! Just some of the highlights include the launch of our brand new work […]Read more
A GREEK galley weighed anchor at Wearside’s most iconic landmark to publicise the arrival of The Odyssey in Sunderland. Homer’s epic poem has been reimagined for today in a retelling performed by hundreds of community members and local artists across the country. This new landmark production is being told in episodes across five venues in […]Read more
SUNDERLAND Museum & Winter Gardens (SMWG) is one of more than 500 museums across the UK taking part in The Wild Escape, a project to inspire young people to visit local museums and respond creatively to the threat to the UK’s natural environment. The Wild Escape is the largest ever collaboration between the UK’s museums […]Read more
The CRITICALLY-acclaimed National Theatre production arrived at Sunderland Empire this week – as part of a unique partnership. Sunderland Culture and Sunderland Empire are part of the National Theatre-led Theatre Nation Partnerships (TNP), an innovative network of theatres and community organisations working to grow theatre audiences across England. As part of the partnership, The Ocean […]Read more
REHEARSALS are underway for Sunderland’s contribution to an epic, multi-location production of legendary Greek poem The Odyssey.
Reimagined for today in a retelling with hundreds of community members and local artists across the country, this new landmark production will be told in episodes across five venues in England. The multi-venue production marks the fifth anniversary of Public Acts, the National Theatre’s nationwide programme to create extraordinary acts of theatre and community. Sunderland […]Read more
The University of Sunderland is working with its partners Sunderland City Council and Sunderland Culture to explore vibrant new city centre locations for the National Glass Centre (NGC). The NGC has been owned by the University since 2010 and is also home to the Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art (NGCA) and the University’s glass and […]Read more