Boulevard (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews
Description:Cabaret / Live Entertainment / Address: 3-9 Churchill Street / Newcastle upon Tyne / NE1 4HF / Tel: 0191 250 7068
Newest Review: ... night out. The building is pretty unprepossessing from the outside and so we couldn't imagine that inside would be anything as I would imagine a burlesque venue to look like. There are lots of gold and purple chairs dotted around the place and the stage itself is all very opulent and predominantly gold and purple. We sat in the VIP area on velvet chairs and were served by a waiter so we ... more
Customer Boulevard (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/06/11 (Very useful, 154 readings)
Boulevard | We went to this venue with another couple and not knowing what to expect, we were prepared for anything. The venue is situated in the centre of Newcastle, close to The Centre for Life, and major bus and rail routes. There is also ample on and off street free parking so even if arriving by car there is no issue with parking. When we arrived there were people standing outside, very much dressed up and then I remembered that the website states that you should "dress to impress". Jeans are ok, although the dress code states that there are no: baseball caps, tracksuits or tracksuit bottoms sports, beach and above the ... Read the complete review
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