What started off as a night to watch one of the Ramones Drummers performing some classic Ramones tracks and a few of his own songs with his band, turned out to be a night of amazement!
Firstly if you know the Ramones then you must have heard a track from their 1984 album titled “Too Tough To Die” this is the time when Marky left the band due to alcoholism and Richie took his place on the drums; the man has always been known as a brilliant drummer and still lives up to it.
On 29th of January The Bunker was honoured to be a part of a six month long project working with glass instruments. The project involved the collaboration of the National Glass Centre, Barbara Priestman’s school, ESPA College and SNYP; the project involved the creation of a vast amount of glass instruments and the final showcase was delivered at St.Peters church.
On Saturday, we had our Christmas Fundraiser at the Bonded Warehouse in aid of The Percy Hedley Foundation and The Arts Award training! You turned up by the boat-load and we had anything and everything going on. The evening was a great success thanks to everyone who turned up and those who donated externally! The theme of the evening was Dr. Seuss and our Bunker staff took no shortcuts on delivering that with crazy costumes and wild decorations…
On the 12th December 2015, we are hosting a Christmas Fundraiser at The Bonded Warehouse to raise money for The Percy Hedley Foundation and The Arts Award Training. The theme of this night is Dr. Seuss so if you are turning up, make sure you are prepared for the madness to follow!
What is NTW?
Northumberland, Tyne and Wear (NTW) is an NHS Foundation Trust and is one of the largest mental health and disability Trusts in England serving a population of approximately 1.4 million. Their services include: