Searching for the perfect wedding venue? Consider Tyneside's Sage Gateshead…
Here's everything you need to know about marrying there…
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The building was designed by world-famous architect Norman Foster and has become an iconic landmark of the North East because of its glass frontage, dramatic curves and breath-taking views. All of this makes for wow factor wedding photographs!
Sage Gateshead is set against a stunning backdrop, the River Tyne and Newcastle Gateshead Quayside. It also has use of a fantastic outdoor space – Performance Square – to the east of the building, which offers gorgeous views over the river and amphitheatre-style seating.
Sage Gateshead offers a range of flexible spaces including dramatic music halls, beautiful rooms and studios. This means that Sage Gateshead is perfect for any style of wedding, whether it be for an intimate and relaxed gathering or a lavish and extravagant event.
Wed in the Barbour Room (250 guests), a great, sunny suite which has the ability to be transformed into a styled event of your choice. It has its own glass balcony overlooking the Tyne Bridge that is bound to wow guests.
If not choose the Northern Rock Foundation Hall (230 guests), a magnificent 10-metre high wood-panelled space overlooking beautiful views of the River Tyne.
You can even get married on stage; Sage One (1,700 guests) is a stunning wood-panelled auditorium, boasting world class acoustics and raked seating. It's certainly a space for those who are out to impress.
Sage Two (400 guests) is an intimate 10-sided auditorium for those looking for a theatrical edge to their special day. It offers a range of different layout opportunities.
For your reception choose the Barbour Room (250 guests), Northern Rock Foundation Hall (230 guests), or Concourse (600 guests) – perfect for big parties. This is the venue's main ground-floor space boasting inspirational, soaring curved windows. It is open and light with spectacular views of the Quayside. Concourse receptions are available through exclusive use of the venue really marking the day out as something special.
Photograph courtesy of https://www.andyhudsonphotography.co.uk