Find out more about Projections, Tyneside Cinema’s artist programme – including ticket and venue information.


Projections is Tyneside Cinema’s artist programme. From regular screenings and live events, new commissions to artist development opportunities, the programme works with artists to imagine the cinema of the future.

Tyneside Cinema

Opened in 1937 as a news theatre by Dixon Scott, directors Ridley and Tony Scott’s great-uncle, Tyneside Cinema is one of the UK’s leading independent cinemas. Visit the main Tyneside Cinema site.


Tickets to most Projections events are £6 / £4 (£1 for those receiving jobseekers, ESA or with refugee or asylum seeker status).

The Rough Cut events are free.

Book online, by phone on 0191 227 5500, or in person at the box office.


Projections is funded by Arts Council England. The Graduate Artist Residency is supported by Northumbria University.

To find out more about supporting a particular project or area of the programme, please contact us.

Visiting Tyneside Cinema

Tyneside Cinema is located in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, in the North East of England. It is ten minutes’ walk from Newcastle Central station and trains to and from London (2h 45), Edinburgh (1h 30), and across the Pennines (Leeds 1h 20). Getting around Newcastle and Gateshead by Metro is easy: our nearest station is Monument. Newcastle airport is 25 minutes by Metro.