Want to win a Sage Gateshead Concerts Program signed by Sting?

April 27, 2015

If any Sting.com members would like to appear in our Featured Fan Section now is your time to submit your details. Anyone emailing the necessary information to us over the next two weeks for future inclusion in our "Hall of Fame" will be entered in a random draw to win a Sage Gateshead Last Ship concerts Programmes that has been signed by Sting. Only available at the three recent concerts in Gateshead this is a definite collector's item so get your skates on and email Tina with your details and photo!

posted by HarryA
My 3 year old is hooked!
Hailing from Newcastle, the Last Ship pressed every button I love about Sting, music and The Last Ship. We were there on the Saturday night and it was simply a privilege, Sting and all the cast were brilliant beyond expectations. However, it's not over yet, my 3 year old son is hooked, he knows all the words to "Shipyard" and, if/when he's good, we play it and "Sky hooks" every day. We have some fab video footage of Hugh in full swing! So I would love a signed personalised programme for Hugh, definitely Stings biggest 3 year old fan, please. Or we can send the one we bought if it's a tie breaker!
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Apr 26, 2015

A superb array of musical talent and some great songs ensured that The Last Ship, Sting’s weekend benefit gigs for Sage Gateshead’s 10th birthday appeal, will live long in the memory. We didn’t get to see the full-blown stage musical version of The Last Ship – it closed on Broadway in January – but a story “about exile and a sense of belonging” came to life resoundingly through the music and Sting’s brief narrative interludes...

Apr 26, 2015

Rock star Sting made a triumphant homecoming at the weekend for three performances of songs from his musical The Last Ship. Three capacity audiences caught the Wallsend-born superstar take us through the tale of workers at Swan Hunter in Wallsend and their families, inspired by his childhood growing up in the shadows of the huge ships once built there...