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Tyneside Cinema's Filmmaking and Animation Holiday Schools for ages 8 -16 are now on sale

Join us for an exciting adventure at Tyneside Cinema this Summer!

Booking is now open for our Easter and Summer Holiday Schools which offer brilliant opportunities for young people aged 8-16 to get hands-on experience in film and animation.
Holiday Schools - Filmmaking
In our Filmmaking Holiday Schools you’ll get to plan, shoot and edit short films in different genres before holding a world premiere for family and friends. This hugely popular week-long programme is a brilliant introduction to filmmaking.

Our holiday schools all run from 10:00 – 15:00 daily (drop off from 9.30, pick up until 15:30).

Tuesday 3 – Friday 6 April (suitable for ages 8-12) 

Monday 30 July – Friday 3 August (suitable for ages 8-11) 
Monday 6- Friday 10 August (suitable for ages 11-13) 
Monday 20 – Friday 24 August (suitable for ages 13-16) 
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Holiday Schools - Animation

Our Animation Holiday Schools give you the skills to devise and create a short stop-frame animation, and are great for beginners as well as those with prior experience.

Our holiday schools all run from 10:00 – 15:00 daily (drop off from 9.30, pick up until 15:30) 

Monday 9 – Friday 13 April (suitable for ages 8-12)

Monday 23 – Friday 27 July (suitable for ages 8-11)
Monday 13 – Friday 17 Aug  (suitable for ages 11-13)
Tuesday 28 – Friday 31 Aug (suitable for ages 8-11) 
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New for 2018 - 10% Sibling Discount

Book two or more siblings onto our Holiday Schools and receive a 10% discount on the additional siblings’ places!*

*Please note: this is only available by contacting our Box Office directly in person, by phone to 0191 227 5500 or by email to

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