Globe Theatre lit up at night

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Some of the biggest names in entertainment, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Morecambe and Wise, The Bee Gees, Roy Orbison, T-Rex and Shirley Bassey to name but a few, have all played the Globe.

And now the art-deco venue has officially opened its doors, this time as a nationally renowned, 3,000 capacity live entertainment venue - the biggest of its kind between Leeds and Newcastle.

Tickets are now on sale for a huge number of acts. To view the latest line up and buy tickets visit

The restoration of the Globe, which was built in 1935, was funded by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and a £4.5million grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Heritage Enterprise scheme, as well as a £774,000 grant from the Capital Kickstart Fund, part of the
Government’s £1.57billion Culture Recovery Fund.


A world class operator

Internationally renowned live entertainment operator – The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) – has signed the Globe.

ATG is a global leader in live theatre and music with nearly 50 venues in Britain, the USA and Australia.

Among its portfolio are the USA’s biggest Broadway Theatre, The Lyric – home to the world renowned Cirque du Soleil, Sydney’s Theatre Royal as well as historic West End theatres like The Apollo Victoria and The Savoy.


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