Our building is currently closed to the public until further notice.


Visiting NewBridge

Please note: Our Gallery and Bookshop are currently closed due to local restrictions. Staff are currently working from home, please contact them via email rather than telephone.

If you’re planning on visiting NewBridge for an event, exhibition or a browse in the bookshop, we want to make sure you have all the information you need. Below you’ll find more details on the accessibility of our buildings, and planning your journey to get here. To find out more about what’s inside each building, including facilities only accessible to our members, you can head to our Space page.

You can find the addresses of our two buildings, and all our contact details, in the footer at the bottom of every page on the site ↓

The front of The NewBridge Project : Gateshead

How to get here

Where possible we encourage people to walk or cycle to our venue. If you are walking to The NewBridge Project: Gateshead from The NewBridge Project: Newcastle, we recommend walking down Pilgrim St, over the Tyne Bridge and continuing straight up the High Street (it takes around 15-20mins). We have cycle parking racks located inside our venue.

Public Transport
Our nearest bus and metro station is Gateshead Interchange, the station is a 3 minute walk from our venue, along Jackson Street and onto the High Street. There are also bus stops located along Gateshead High Street.

We do not have any parking at our venue. There is car parking situated 2-5 minutes walk away at Gateshead Town Hall, Swinburne Street, Church Street, Charles Street and Regent Court. You can plan your parking here.


The NewBridge Project : Gateshead
232-240 High Street, Gateshead

Our building in Gateshead is home to our Gallery, and to NewBridge Books. The building is fully accessible, with entry at street-level, and a disabled parking bay directly in front of the building. We would be happy to discuss any further requirements you have for your visit. Find our contact details below.

Carliol House
New Market Street, Newcastle

Our Newcastle citcy-centre building is only open to the public for occassional events. Carliol House is a grade 2 listed building and due to its age and change of use, it has limited accessibility including steps at the entrance, and no functioning lift. Please contact us prior to visiting if you require additional information regarding access and facilities.

The NewBridge Project: Gateshead

The NewBridge Project: Newcastle