An Italianate-style house, which was built in Wallsend in 1887, is now full of live music, Downton Abbey style furniture and theatre-loving twenty-somethings. “The family that sings together stays together,” says co-owner Shane Bransdon of his beloved home, where he and other housemates hold Sunday singalongs in the ballroom. It’s not just a Sunday thing either. All week, music floats through the house.
A mum and son fill their new home with bright colour and eclectic charm. Novocastrian Beth Anastasiou loves bright colours, and this love is evident in everything she does, including the style of her clothes to the ceramic donkeys in her house. From the brightly striped toilet lid in her bathroom to her colourful crystal champagne glasses, her home is welcoming and vibrant. “I’m trying to make my house as colourful as possible.
NIGHTLIFEACOUSTIC COFFEEHOUSE : Johnson City, 415 W. Walnut St. June 29, 9 p.m., Next Door Comedy Cheney Goodson Show. 423-434-9872.CAPONE’S : Johnson City, 227 E. Main St. June 29, 8 p.m., St. Christopher, The Devils Cut with Deadwood Drifters, Ditchrun , June 30 8 p.m., Dreamcatcher with special guest Jackdaw's 7 . www.caponesjohnsoncity.com or 423-928-2295.THE DAMASCUS BREWERY: Damascus, 32173 Government Road. July 1, 7 p.m., Jackdaw’s 7.
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