Classical Season 2017/18 | Christmas at Sage Gateshead

Home Alone in Concert with Royal Northern Sinfonia

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Ben Palmer conductor
Royal Northern Sinfonia

See cult Christmas movie Home Alone on the big screen, with John Williams’ Academy Award-nominated score performed live by Royal Northern Sinfonia.

Merry Christmas ya filthy animals!

There will also be a matinee performance at 3pm on Sunday 3 December

© 1990 Twentieth Century Fox


Start: 7.30pm
Interval at 8.25pm for 20 minutes
Finish: 9.40pm

Home Alone Pizza Platters – £9.95 per person to include

  • Margherita Pizza
  • Spiced Wedges
  • Onion Rings
  • Jalapeno Poppers
  • Applewood Stuffed Mushrooms
  • Garlic Bread
    Kids will get a free Christmas cookie and juice carton included

Bookings can be made online here, by calling 0191 443 4725 or by emailing

Or why not pop along to Little Nero’s Pizza Bar where we will be serving a selection of freshly baked pizza slices?

There will also a Winter Warmers stall on the concourse serving; Mulled Wine, Mulled Cider, Hot Gin & Tonic’s and Hot Chocolates with all the trimmings.

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A fascinating insight into conducting a live film score with conductor Ben Palmer ahead of Home Alone in Concert:

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