For those not in the know, every Tuesday (5-6pm), our resident music experts Chris and Dave make themselves available for pre-arranged online music advice sessions. To book a slot; simply email using the address below to get your essential hints, tips or advice to help you get on in music. It might be a while before they are side by side again but that doesn't mean our dynamic duo can't dish out advice remotely.
Our admissions policy means that younger music fans can come along to most of our events (we'll tell you if it's an 18+ event)... We believe that we form our opinions of music at an early age and that once kids get the live music 'bug' it stays with them.
If your child is under 16 years of age - they can come to our shows accompanied by you or another responsible adult. Once they hit 16, they can come in unaccompanied.
Tees Music Alliance has been awarded ‘bronze status’ for its commitment to deaf and disabled music fans, following recognition by Attitude is Everything – the charity that improves Deaf and disabled people’s access to live music by working in partnership with audiences artists and the music industry and operates a nationwide Charter of Best Practice.
TMA achieved its award for the facilities and services on offer at The Georgian Theatre, which underwent a £1.4M refurbishment during 2016 / 17.
Located within Green Dragon Studios, Stockton-On-Tees, The Green Room is a unique 60 capacity “micro-venue”.
Opened in March 2012 The Green Room was created to provide, national, regional and local artists with an intimate performance space.
Notable artists to have played The Green Room include, Bob Log III, Marika Hackman, Luke Sital-Singh, The Family Rain, Rob Heron and the Teapad Orchestra as well as local artists By Toutatis, Kingsley Chapman & The Murder and The Broken Broadcast.
Formed back in March 1986 as Middlesbrough Music Collective – then merging with sister organisation Stockton Music & Arts Collective (S.M.A.C) in 2006 to form Tees Music Alliance.
TMA is charitable, not for profit social enterprise operating for the benefit of our community.
Set in the heart of Stockton-On-Tees, The Georgian Theatre is the oldest surviving Georgian theatre in the country.
In 1766, The Georgian Theatre began its life as a touring house on the northern circuit of theatres. The theatre fell into disuse and disrepair at some time during the 19th century and became a sweet factory until the late 1950s.
After a period of decline that followed, the local council acquired the property in the 1960s before a refurbishment saw it re-opened as a community building in 1980.