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Retrieved 30 August Nashville Scene. Archived from the original on 24 September Retrieved 22 July Folk metal band Skyclad, often regarded as the first folk metal band, also formed in Newcastle after the break-up of Martin Walkyier thrash metal band, Sabbat. Andy Taylor, former lead guitarist of Duran Duran was born here in Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler.

His song "Local Hero" is played at St. James Park before the start of every Newcastle United home game. Newcastle is the home of Kitchenware Records c. The s boom in progressive house music saw the city's Global Underground record label publish mix CDs by the likes of Sasha, Paul Oakenfold, James Lavelle, and Danny Howells recording mix compilations.

Newcastle's leading classical music ensemble is the Royal Northern Sinfonia, which was founded in and performed regularly at Newcastle City Hall until Nowadays it is based at The Sage, Gateshead.

ICMuS, Newcastle University's music department, has been a driving force for music in the region, producing innovative work, organising concerts and festivals, instigating the first degree programme in folk music in the British Isles, and engaging creatively with communities in the region.

The second largest music venue in Newcastle is the 11,seat Metro Radio Arena, which opened in and hosts major pop and rock concerts. On 14 Octoberthe 2, capacity O2 Academy Newcastle opened. It had previously been a music venue in the s, hosting concerts by The Beatles and The Who.

The Riverside music venue on Melbourne Street, open from untilnotably hosted Nirvana's first European show in The small music venue Think Tank?

Newcastle has multiple independent cinemas, including the famous Tyneside Cinema,[] located on Pilgrim Street. The Pilgrim Street building was refurbished between November and May ; during the refurbishment works, the cinema relocated to the Old Town Hall, Gateshead. In May the Tyneside Cinema reopened in the restored and refurbished original building. As well as this, the city is home to The Side Cinema and Star and Shadow Cinema which are both small venues which have built up cult audiences of film fans.

There are several museums and galleries in Newcastle, including the Centre for Life[] with its Science Village;[] the Discovery Museum[] a museum highlighting life on Tyneside, including Tyneside's shipbuilding heritage, and inventions which changed the world; the Great North Museum;[] in the Newcastle on Tyne Museum of Antiquities merged with the Great North Museum Hancock Museum ;[] Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children's Books;[][] the Side Gallery with historical and contemporary photography from around the world and Northern England;[] and the Newburn Motor Museum.

The Laing Art Gallery, similarly to other art galleries and museums around the world, has collections digitised on the Google Cultural Institute,[][] an initiative that makes important cultural material accessible online. The earliest known film featuring some exterior scenes filmed in the city is On the Night of the Fire ,[] though by and large the action is studio-bound.

Later came The Clouded Yellow and Payrollboth of which feature more extensive scenes filmed in the city. The gangster thriller Get Carter was shot on location in and around Newcastle and offers an opportunity to see what Newcastle looked like in the early s. The city has been the setting for films based around football; films such as Purely Belter ,[] The One and Only [] and Goal! Newcastle played a major role during the 19th-century Industrial Revolution, and was a leading centre for coal mining, shipbuilding, engineering, munitions and manufacturing.

Heavy industries in Newcastle declined in the second half of the 20th century; with office, service and retail employment now becoming the city's staples. Newcastle is the Pop #2 - Various - Super Boom (CD), educational and the cultural hub of North East England. The village is the first step in the City Council's plans to transform Newcastle into a science city. InNewcastle was positioned ninth in the retail centre expenditure league of the UK.

The largest of these is the Eldon Square Shopping Centre, one of the largest city centre shopping complexes in the UK. This John Lewis branch was formerly known as Bainbridge, established inoften cited as the world's first department store.

The Bainbridge official Pop #2 - Various - Super Boom (CD) reported revenue by department, giving birth to the name department store. A new bus station, replacing the old underground bus station, was officially opened in March The main shopping street in the city is Northumberland Street. In a report, it was ranked as the most expensive shopping street in the UK for rent, outside London.

Both stores have entrances into Eldon Square Shopping Centre. According to the ONS, Newcastle had a population ofin Additionally, Newcastle is home to a large temporary population of students from Newcastle and Northumbria universities. According to the same statistics, the average age of people living in Newcastle is From the Census, two significant religions could be identified in the city: Christian and Muslim.

According to the census,[] the metropolitan borough of Newcastle upon Tyne was predominately white, representing Asians made up 9. Black people make up a small proportion of the population 1. The last significantly sized ethnic community in Newcastle is 'Arab' at 0.

The remainder of the population, 0. Large populations of ethnic minorities can be found in areas such as Elswick, Wingrove and Arthurs Hill. There are also small but significant Chinese, Jewish and Eastern European populations.

The International Organization for Migration states there are estimated to be between and 2, Bolivians in Newcastle, one of the largest populations in any city in the UK. The regional nickname for people from Newcastle and the surrounding area is Geordie.

The Latin term Novocastrian can equally be applied to residents of any place called Newcastle, although it is most commonly used for ex-pupils of the city's Royal Grammar School. The dialect of Newcastle is also referred to as Geordie. It contains a large amount of vocabulary and distinctive words and pronunciations not used in other parts of the United Kingdom.

The Geordie dialect has much of its origins in the language spoken by the Anglo-Saxon populations who migrated to and conquered much of England after the end of Roman Imperial rule.

This language was the forerunner of Modern English; but while the dialects of other English regions have been heavily altered by the influences Pop #2 - Various - Super Boom (CD) other foreign languages—particularly Latin and Norman French—the Geordie dialect retains many elements of the old language.

An example of this is the pronunciation of certain words: "dead", "cow", "house" and "strong" are pronounced "deed", "coo", "hoos" and "strang"—which is how they were pronounced in the Anglo-Saxon language. Other Geordie words with Anglo-Saxon origins include: "larn" from the Anglo-Saxon "laeran", meaning "teach""burn" "stream" and "gan" "go".

According to the British Library, "Locals insist there are significant differences between Geordie and several other local dialects, such as Pitmatic and Mackem. Pitmatic is the dialect of the former mining areas in County Durham and around Ashington to the north of Newcastle upon Tyne, while Mackem is used locally to refer to the dialect of the city of Sunderland and the surrounding urban area of Wearside".

Some words used in the Geordie dialect are used elsewhere in the Northern United Kingdom. Many words, however, appear to be used exclusively in Newcastle and the surrounding area, such as "canny" a versatile word meaning "good", "nice" or "very""hacky" "dirty""netty" "toilet""hockle" "spit".

According to research frompublic health and levels of deprivation in Newcastle upon Tyne was generally worse than average in England. There is significant discrepancy between life expectancies in wealthy areas and Pop #2 - Various - Super Boom (CD) areas, with life expectancy up to From toas with all UK cities all-cause mortality rates have fallen, life expectancy has increased. Early death rates from cancer and from heart disease and stroke have fallen but remain worse than the England average.

Almost Levels of teenage pregnancy are higher than the nationwide average. Newcastle remains one of the few major cities in England to supply fluoridated water; this scheme is directed by Northumbria Water plc.

Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has one of the lowest mortality rates in the country and is ranked seventh in the country for confidence in doctors. In a report, published in early February by the Ear Institute at the University College London and Widex, Newcastle was named as the noisiest city in the whole of the UK with an average noise level of The report claimed that these noise levels would Pop #2 - Various - Super Boom (CD) a negative long-term impact on the health of the city's residents.

Larger than London's Hyde Park and Hampstead Heath combined,[] and even larger than New York's Central Park, the town moor dates back to the 12th century, with the land tenure and its use being regulated by an Act of Parliament.

The city has a strong sporting tradition. Football club Newcastle United has been based at St James' Park since the club was established inalthough any traces of the original structure are now long gone as the stadium now holds more than 52, seated spectators, being England's seventh largest football stadium.

The Newcastle Falcons are the only rugby union team in north-east England to have played in the Aviva Premiership. Newcastle Thunder formerly Gateshead Thunder are a professional rugby league club based in the city who now also play at Kingston Park Stadium. They currently play in the Kingstone Press League 1.

Newcastle has a horse racing course at Gosforth Park. Newcastle also hosts the start of the annual Great North Run, the world's largest half-marathon in which participants race over the Tyne Bridge into Gateshead and then towards the finish line The London Olympic committee selected Newcastle as one of the UK host venue cities,[][] with the stadium St James' Park hosting 9 matches in both the men's and women's football.

The Newcastle Warriors were a professional ice hockey team that played the —96 season in the British Hockey League. The Newcastle Vipers were also a professional ice hockey team in the British National League from and then the Elite Ice Hockey League between and when the team folded.

Newcastle upon Tyne was one of the 11 host cities for the Rugby World Cup. Monochrome, St. Anglo-Saxon and Norman After the Roman departure from Britain, completed inNewcastle became part of the powerful Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbria, and was known throughout this period as Munucceaster sometimes modernised as Monkchester.

Theatre Royal, Grey Street The city still contains many theatres. Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne. See also: List of bands and musicians from Newcastle Upon Tyne Newcastle's vernacular music was a mixture of Northumbrian folk music and nineteenth-century songs with dialect lyrics, by writers such as George "Geordie" Ridley, whose songs include one which became an unofficial Tyneside national anthem, "Blaydon Races".

Museums and galleries There are several museums and galleries in Newcastle, including the Centre for Life[] with its Science Village;[] the Discovery Museum[] a museum highlighting life on Tyneside, including Tyneside's shipbuilding heritage, and inventions which changed the world; the Great North Museum;[] in the Newcastle on Tyne Museum of Antiquities merged with the Great North Museum Hancock Museum ;[] Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children's Books;[][] the Side Gallery with historical and contemporary photography from around the world and Northern England;[] and the Newburn Motor Museum.

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