PUG: PERFORMANCE CLUB NIGHT

“HIGHLY POLITICAL ART WITH A FOCUS FIRST AND FOREMOST ON CREATING A GOOD NIGHT OUT.” – NARC MAGAZINE   
COMMUNAL DAFTNESS INTERSPERSED WITH MOMENTS OF BEAUTY” – EXEUNT MAGAZINE 

Newcastle’s latest platform for radical variety acts, PUG, is a performance cabaret and a cheeky disco. An evening of comedy, dance, art and all the glorious things in between.

See our UP NEXT page for when you can join the party.

Backstory

Back in July 2016, Hannah, Rosa and Jamie met a fisherman in Leazes Park. They asked him what he thought a radical new performance club night should be. The man replied, “Cheap. Good transport links. Fun.” These became the three pillars of PUG.

Since then PUG has presented work by visual artists, dancers, poets, theatre makers and people who work across these art forms. We’ve experienced communal screaming, oh so pretentious life-coaching and subversive, “take me to church”, dance. There’s been Elvis tributes, silent bingo games and experiments in Punk. See PUG ARCHIVE for more.

PUG: PERFORMANCE CLUB NIGHT

“HIGHLY POLITICAL ART WITH A FOCUS FIRST AND FOREMOST ON CREATING A GOOD NIGHT OUT.” – NARC MAGAZINE   
COMMUNAL DAFTNESS INTERSPERSED WITH MOMENTS OF BEAUTY” – EXEUNT MAGAZINE 

Newcastle’s latest platform for radical variety acts, PUG, is a performance cabaret and a cheeky disco. An evening of comedy, dance, art and all the glorious things in between.

See our UP NEXT page for when you can join the party.

With Thanks To

PUG audiences, Arts Council England, Sunday for Sammy Trust and generous backers: Melanie Rashbrooke, Alex Murphy, Laura Lindow, M Hill, Robert Pritchard, Kathryn Hodgkinson, Al Orange, Dan Barnard, Gavin Coward, Morag Tamsin Iles, Maxine Davies, James Froment, Degna Stone, Hannah Marshall, Chloe Stott, Jamison Karon, Stuart Edwards, Jonluke McKie, Bill Rogers, Matt Miller, Erin McGrath, Rachel Birch, Lee Ridley, Stella Rogers Postlethwaite, Matt Jamie, Lewis Devey, Ginette Murphy, Chris Murphy, Elizabeth Rogers, Ian Postlethwaite, Tom Machell, Student Teaching and Lizzie J Klotz.

If you would like to support PUG please contact Rosa at rosa@pugnight.co.uk.

Backstory

Back in July 2016, Hannah, Rosa and Jamie met a fisherman in Leazes Park. They asked him what he thought a radical new performance club night should be. The man replied, “Cheap. Good transport links. Fun.” These became the three pillars of PUG.

Since then PUG has presented work by visual artists, dancers, poets, theatre makers and people who work across these art forms. We’ve experienced communal screaming, oh so pretentious life-coaching and subversive, “take me to church”, dance. There’s been Elvis tributes, silent bingo games and experiments in Punk. See PUG ARCHIVE for more.

PUG#4 Friday 1st Dec

PUG#4 Friday 1st Dec

Line up to be announced! Hosted by Hannah & Rosa Resident DJ Jamie Cook Tickets: Pay What You Decide! Suitability: 18+ Travel and Access information here. Content notes: to come. When: Friday 1st December, 7:30 PM Where: Tyneside Irish Centre NE1 4SG Continue Reading

ROSA POSTLETHWAITE

+44 (0) 7940 118 723

info@pugnight.co.uk

Space Six, Floor Six, 39 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE

PUG#4 Friday 1st Dec

PUG#4 Friday 1st Dec
Line up to be announced!

Hosted by Hannah & Rosa

Resident DJ Jamie Cook

Tickets: Pay What You Decide!

Suitability: 18+

Travel and Access information here.

Content notes: to come.

When:

Friday 1st December, 7:30 PM

Where:

Tyneside Irish Centre NE1 4SG

ROSA POSTLETHWAITE | +44 (0) 7940 118 723 | info@pugnight.co.uk | Space Six, Floor Six, 39 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE

All images on PUG website by Chris Bishop www.picturesbybish.com