All family events taking place Saturday 22nd June in the Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle
For this year's Tipping Point Live, we have been working with the amazing Chalk as well as Seven Stories: the National Centre for Children’s Books, to create a full day of activities for music lovers and their young children!
Chalk has curated a full programme of activities including opportunities to make, create, dance and above all, listen to some great music. You'll be able to make your own instruments, throw some shapes to a surprise DJ and immersive yourselves in an interactive gig.
Chalk is a family-focused organisation based in North East England. Established in 2015, Chalk aims to introduce children to culture through immersive activities and events, promoting accessible learning through play.
Saturday Social | Saturday 22nd June, 11am – 1pm | Brinkburn Brewery
Start your Saturday off in style with a family social at Brinkburn Brewery. Visit our festival eco-glitter bar to get you in the mood to throw some shapes, channel Florence Welch and craft your own ethereal nature crown, craft musical icons out of clay, and scribble on the drawing floor. All set to a soundtrack of dance-inducing tunes from a surprise DJ. Tickets available here.
NOISE LAB | Saturday 22nd June, 1pm -3pm | Ouseburn Farm
Bang, ting, boom, zing! Drop into the NOISE LAB to make, create and experiment with recycled materials and make your own instruments. We’ll be showing you how to make mighty bassoons, booming drums and singing straws. Let’s make some noise! Tickets available here.
Archipelago X Josie Brookes | Saturday 22nd June, 4pm – 5pm | Cobalt Studios
Join us for a corker of a gig with Newcastle based dreamy post-jazz trio, Archipelago. Prepare for an experimental musical adventure which will make you want to play the saxophone, master the drums and make music of your own. The gig will feature a special visual experience from artist Josie Brookes. Josie will be creating a responsive stop motion animation in real time, translating the sounds she hears into bold visual forms, that move to the music. The audience will be able to see her colourful working process as she cuts, draws makes and moves her work, bringing it to animated life on the projected screen. Tickets available here.
Mysterious Music and Stranger Stories – 3x Performances, Saturday 22nd June
Tipping Point and Seven Stories – National Centre for Children’s Books are proud to be collaborating on ‘Mysterious Music and Stranger Stories’ … a special new event to preview exclusively at Tipping Point Live 2019.
Families with young children can explore the intimate attic space in Seven Stories for a unique experience of storytelling and interactive music from one of the centre’s very own ‘story catchers’ alongside contemporary electronic composer and performer Jeremy Bradfield.
There will be 3 x 45mins performances over the course of Saturday 22nd June 2019 allowing all ticket buyers to attend this unique show. Tickets available here.
All events form part of the Tipping Point Live Festival family programme. As part of the family ticket price, families will also get access to all of these activities throughout the day across the Ouseburn Valley.
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