Stockton Globe

Situated in the heart of Stockton High Street, Stockton Globe originally opened its doors in 1935. During its life as an entertainment venue it has played host to many international names from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to Sadler's Wells Ballet and the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.

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Following a multimillion-pound refurbishment, Stockton Globe is bringing the world's biggest names in music and comedy to the North East.

A major restoration project, funded by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund, has seen this beautiful art deco building transformed into a venue fit for the 21st Century. The refurbishment included the development of The LINK in the adjoining building. The LINK is a café bar and venue that hosts up-and-coming regional and national acts with an audience capacity of up to 250.

Situated in the heart of Stockton High Street, Stockton Globe originally opened its doors in 1935. During its time as an entertainment venue, it has played host to many international names from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to Sadler's Wells Ballet and the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.

Stockton Globe is the jewel in the crown of a revitalised town centre which has music, performance, the arts, and creative industries at its heart.

Stockton Globe Fly Through

The refurbished Stockton Globe will provide a flexible auditorium to accommodate a wide variety of live entertainment. Providing an exceptional live experience for all - Future proofing live music and entertainment in the North East.

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