The Georgian Theatre releases closing statement

The Georgian Theatre is a 300 capacity venue, dating back to 1766, managed and programmed by not for profit organisation Tees Music Alliance.

We’re a 100% fully independent music venue, playing host to a variety of musicians, both local and touring.
In light of government guidelines, The Georgian Theatre will be closed until further notice. In the meantime; consider buying a ticket now for some of the great events that have been rescheduled for later in the year.

Sunday 26th July – Warmduscher
Doors 7:30pm. Tickets £12.50 ADV
Warmduscher are a group of miscreants, known only by aliases (Clams Baker Jr, Lightnin’ Jack Everett, Salt Fingers, Quicksand and Dr Withers aka Little Whiskers).
Ardent fans, Iggy Pop and Marc Riley have only gleaming praise to heap on the band, and in return, Warmduscher have blessed them both with immortality.

Friday 14th August – Ruts DC (acoustic)
Doors 8pm. Tickets £16 ADV.
Fast Forward presents a rare chance to hear stripped-down classic Ruts/Ruts DC songs performed by the iconic punk rockers. Connect with the songs and the band through
stories and harmonies that can only be heard in this intimate setting. To purchase tickets and find out about other rescheduled shows, visit our website:

Chris & Dave’s Music Drop-In Sessions
As part of our music development programme, we hold a weekly surgery called Chris & Dave’s Music Drop-InSessions (usually taking place every Tuesday 5-6pm)
where music activists can pop by for advice.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, these sessions will be cancelled for the foreseeable future. However, if you are a musician using this time to plan for the future or a promoter with questions regarding what to do in this current climate, then the dynamic duo will be still be taking time every week to respond to any questions you might have.
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Tees Music Alliance is a charity which engages with artists, promoters and audiences to present a range of artistic and socially focussed events. Based within
Stockton Cultural Quarter – in the town’s historic Georgian Theatre – TMA has been serving the needs of music activists across the wider Tees area for over 30 years.