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Events in Northumberland & North East

Below is a list of events taking place across the region, courtesy of www.whatsonnortheast.com. Click on any event heading to go to details about location, date, time and cost, if any. Contact www.whatsonnortheast.com directly to submit your event and if it is in one of the categories below it will be picked up by our site.

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North East Heritage Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

PREVIEW: Educating Rita @ Gala Theatre & Cinema, Durham

Dates: Tuesday 4th – Saturday 8th April 2017 Price: tickets start from £12 Click here for more information Writer Willy Russell is known for creating comic masterpieces that also highlight social issues, and alongside Blood Brothers and Shirley Valentine, Educating Rita is probably one of his very best. A play written entirely for two actors …

REVIEW: Murder by Gaslight @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle

Words: Andrew Bramfitt I was a child of the 70’s and 80’s and as such I was brought up with the BBC children’s programme Jackanory, a half hour storytelling show with one narrator who drew the audience in with the power of words alone. I loved it, so I was very excited when I realised …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 3.4.17)

If you’re not sure what to get up to next week, we’ve got seven events to fill out your seven days! Make sure you put these dates in your diary… Monday 3rd April The Owl and the Pussycat @ Bishop Auckland Town Hall Kitchen Zoo are back with a delightful retelling of the Edward Lear …

Jersey Boys is swinging back to Sunderland Empire next March!

After overwhelming public demand, the producers of the smash hit West End musical Jersey Boys have announced another tour of the UK and Ireland starting at the end of 2017 – and they’re stopping off at the Sunderland Empire between 20th-31st March 2018! The production follows the remarkable story of Frankie Valli and the Four …

Auckland Castle are introducing free, weekly tours of Bishop Auckland!

From today, visitors to Bishop Auckland will be able to delve into the past, present and future of the historic town with the help of volunteers from the Auckland Castle Trust. The new weekly tours – which are completely free to attend – will be taking in the sights of the town, which is one …

REVIEW: Brick History @ Life Science Centre

Words: Georgia Knight for Cuckoo Review The Life Science Centre’s current exhibition is Brick History, which will be available to see until 14th May 2017. The exhibition depicts famous moments in history and a selection of North East landmarks, but the twist is that these constructions are made entirely out of Lego bricks. These wonderfully detailed, and …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 27.3.17)

If you’re not sure what to get up to next week, we’ve got seven events to fill out your seven days! Make sure you put these dates in your diary… Monday 27th March Pacific Rim 5-D @ Life Science Centre, Newcastle Based on the action film of the same name, the Life Science Centre are …

REVIEW: Manny’s Pizza Deli, Newcastle

Words: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t like pizza. And I sure wouldn’t trust them if I did. Is there even such thing as a bad pizza? I don’t think I’ve ever came across one, myself. Especially from Manny’s. These guys know pizza. For my last day at my current job, we …

REVIEW: Hysteria @ Gala Theatre & Cinema

Words: Gemma Corking for Cuckoo Review Sigmund Freud invited Salvador Dali over for tea in London in 1938 and as a gift, Dali brought ‘The Metamorphosis of Narcissus’ a painting symbolising all-consuming paranoia. This meeting is the premise of Hysteria by Terry Johnson. The play not only explores this encounter, but also one of Freud’s controversial theories and his …

PREVIEW: The Green House/ Profundis @ Dance City

This week, National Dance Company Wales are showcasing not just one but two works by acclaimed choreographers at Dance City in Newcastle. The pair of performances kicks off with The Green House, developed by the dance company’s own artistic director, Caroline Finn. It’s Finn’s second theatrical work for NDCWales and presents an intense, melancholic but …

North East Outdoors Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

PREVIEW: Educating Rita @ Gala Theatre & Cinema, Durham

Dates: Tuesday 4th – Saturday 8th April 2017 Price: tickets start from £12 Click here for more information Writer Willy Russell is known for creating comic masterpieces that also highlight social issues, and alongside Blood Brothers and Shirley Valentine, Educating Rita is probably one of his very best. A play written entirely for two actors …

REVIEW: Murder by Gaslight @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle

Words: Andrew Bramfitt I was a child of the 70’s and 80’s and as such I was brought up with the BBC children’s programme Jackanory, a half hour storytelling show with one narrator who drew the audience in with the power of words alone. I loved it, so I was very excited when I realised …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 3.4.17)

If you’re not sure what to get up to next week, we’ve got seven events to fill out your seven days! Make sure you put these dates in your diary… Monday 3rd April The Owl and the Pussycat @ Bishop Auckland Town Hall Kitchen Zoo are back with a delightful retelling of the Edward Lear …

Jersey Boys is swinging back to Sunderland Empire next March!

After overwhelming public demand, the producers of the smash hit West End musical Jersey Boys have announced another tour of the UK and Ireland starting at the end of 2017 – and they’re stopping off at the Sunderland Empire between 20th-31st March 2018! The production follows the remarkable story of Frankie Valli and the Four …

Auckland Castle are introducing free, weekly tours of Bishop Auckland!

From today, visitors to Bishop Auckland will be able to delve into the past, present and future of the historic town with the help of volunteers from the Auckland Castle Trust. The new weekly tours – which are completely free to attend – will be taking in the sights of the town, which is one …

REVIEW: Brick History @ Life Science Centre

Words: Georgia Knight for Cuckoo Review The Life Science Centre’s current exhibition is Brick History, which will be available to see until 14th May 2017. The exhibition depicts famous moments in history and a selection of North East landmarks, but the twist is that these constructions are made entirely out of Lego bricks. These wonderfully detailed, and …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 27.3.17)

If you’re not sure what to get up to next week, we’ve got seven events to fill out your seven days! Make sure you put these dates in your diary… Monday 27th March Pacific Rim 5-D @ Life Science Centre, Newcastle Based on the action film of the same name, the Life Science Centre are …

REVIEW: Manny’s Pizza Deli, Newcastle

Words: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t like pizza. And I sure wouldn’t trust them if I did. Is there even such thing as a bad pizza? I don’t think I’ve ever came across one, myself. Especially from Manny’s. These guys know pizza. For my last day at my current job, we …

REVIEW: Hysteria @ Gala Theatre & Cinema

Words: Gemma Corking for Cuckoo Review Sigmund Freud invited Salvador Dali over for tea in London in 1938 and as a gift, Dali brought ‘The Metamorphosis of Narcissus’ a painting symbolising all-consuming paranoia. This meeting is the premise of Hysteria by Terry Johnson. The play not only explores this encounter, but also one of Freud’s controversial theories and his …

PREVIEW: The Green House/ Profundis @ Dance City

This week, National Dance Company Wales are showcasing not just one but two works by acclaimed choreographers at Dance City in Newcastle. The pair of performances kicks off with The Green House, developed by the dance company’s own artistic director, Caroline Finn. It’s Finn’s second theatrical work for NDCWales and presents an intense, melancholic but …

North East Family Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

PREVIEW: Educating Rita @ Gala Theatre & Cinema, Durham

Dates: Tuesday 4th – Saturday 8th April 2017 Price: tickets start from £12 Click here for more information Writer Willy Russell is known for creating comic masterpieces that also highlight social issues, and alongside Blood Brothers and Shirley Valentine, Educating Rita is probably one of his very best. A play written entirely for two actors …

REVIEW: Murder by Gaslight @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle

Words: Andrew Bramfitt I was a child of the 70’s and 80’s and as such I was brought up with the BBC children’s programme Jackanory, a half hour storytelling show with one narrator who drew the audience in with the power of words alone. I loved it, so I was very excited when I realised …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 3.4.17)

If you’re not sure what to get up to next week, we’ve got seven events to fill out your seven days! Make sure you put these dates in your diary… Monday 3rd April The Owl and the Pussycat @ Bishop Auckland Town Hall Kitchen Zoo are back with a delightful retelling of the Edward Lear …

Jersey Boys is swinging back to Sunderland Empire next March!

After overwhelming public demand, the producers of the smash hit West End musical Jersey Boys have announced another tour of the UK and Ireland starting at the end of 2017 – and they’re stopping off at the Sunderland Empire between 20th-31st March 2018! The production follows the remarkable story of Frankie Valli and the Four …

Auckland Castle are introducing free, weekly tours of Bishop Auckland!

From today, visitors to Bishop Auckland will be able to delve into the past, present and future of the historic town with the help of volunteers from the Auckland Castle Trust. The new weekly tours – which are completely free to attend – will be taking in the sights of the town, which is one …

REVIEW: Brick History @ Life Science Centre

Words: Georgia Knight for Cuckoo Review The Life Science Centre’s current exhibition is Brick History, which will be available to see until 14th May 2017. The exhibition depicts famous moments in history and a selection of North East landmarks, but the twist is that these constructions are made entirely out of Lego bricks. These wonderfully detailed, and …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 27.3.17)

If you’re not sure what to get up to next week, we’ve got seven events to fill out your seven days! Make sure you put these dates in your diary… Monday 27th March Pacific Rim 5-D @ Life Science Centre, Newcastle Based on the action film of the same name, the Life Science Centre are …

REVIEW: Manny’s Pizza Deli, Newcastle

Words: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t like pizza. And I sure wouldn’t trust them if I did. Is there even such thing as a bad pizza? I don’t think I’ve ever came across one, myself. Especially from Manny’s. These guys know pizza. For my last day at my current job, we …

REVIEW: Hysteria @ Gala Theatre & Cinema

Words: Gemma Corking for Cuckoo Review Sigmund Freud invited Salvador Dali over for tea in London in 1938 and as a gift, Dali brought ‘The Metamorphosis of Narcissus’ a painting symbolising all-consuming paranoia. This meeting is the premise of Hysteria by Terry Johnson. The play not only explores this encounter, but also one of Freud’s controversial theories and his …

PREVIEW: The Green House/ Profundis @ Dance City

This week, National Dance Company Wales are showcasing not just one but two works by acclaimed choreographers at Dance City in Newcastle. The pair of performances kicks off with The Green House, developed by the dance company’s own artistic director, Caroline Finn. It’s Finn’s second theatrical work for NDCWales and presents an intense, melancholic but …

North East Museum Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

PREVIEW: Educating Rita @ Gala Theatre & Cinema, Durham

Dates: Tuesday 4th – Saturday 8th April 2017 Price: tickets start from £12 Click here for more information Writer Willy Russell is known for creating comic masterpieces that also highlight social issues, and alongside Blood Brothers and Shirley Valentine, Educating Rita is probably one of his very best. A play written entirely for two actors …

REVIEW: Murder by Gaslight @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle

Words: Andrew Bramfitt I was a child of the 70’s and 80’s and as such I was brought up with the BBC children’s programme Jackanory, a half hour storytelling show with one narrator who drew the audience in with the power of words alone. I loved it, so I was very excited when I realised …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 3.4.17)

If you’re not sure what to get up to next week, we’ve got seven events to fill out your seven days! Make sure you put these dates in your diary… Monday 3rd April The Owl and the Pussycat @ Bishop Auckland Town Hall Kitchen Zoo are back with a delightful retelling of the Edward Lear …

Jersey Boys is swinging back to Sunderland Empire next March!

After overwhelming public demand, the producers of the smash hit West End musical Jersey Boys have announced another tour of the UK and Ireland starting at the end of 2017 – and they’re stopping off at the Sunderland Empire between 20th-31st March 2018! The production follows the remarkable story of Frankie Valli and the Four …

Auckland Castle are introducing free, weekly tours of Bishop Auckland!

From today, visitors to Bishop Auckland will be able to delve into the past, present and future of the historic town with the help of volunteers from the Auckland Castle Trust. The new weekly tours – which are completely free to attend – will be taking in the sights of the town, which is one …

REVIEW: Brick History @ Life Science Centre

Words: Georgia Knight for Cuckoo Review The Life Science Centre’s current exhibition is Brick History, which will be available to see until 14th May 2017. The exhibition depicts famous moments in history and a selection of North East landmarks, but the twist is that these constructions are made entirely out of Lego bricks. These wonderfully detailed, and …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 27.3.17)

If you’re not sure what to get up to next week, we’ve got seven events to fill out your seven days! Make sure you put these dates in your diary… Monday 27th March Pacific Rim 5-D @ Life Science Centre, Newcastle Based on the action film of the same name, the Life Science Centre are …

REVIEW: Manny’s Pizza Deli, Newcastle

Words: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t like pizza. And I sure wouldn’t trust them if I did. Is there even such thing as a bad pizza? I don’t think I’ve ever came across one, myself. Especially from Manny’s. These guys know pizza. For my last day at my current job, we …

REVIEW: Hysteria @ Gala Theatre & Cinema

Words: Gemma Corking for Cuckoo Review Sigmund Freud invited Salvador Dali over for tea in London in 1938 and as a gift, Dali brought ‘The Metamorphosis of Narcissus’ a painting symbolising all-consuming paranoia. This meeting is the premise of Hysteria by Terry Johnson. The play not only explores this encounter, but also one of Freud’s controversial theories and his …

PREVIEW: The Green House/ Profundis @ Dance City

This week, National Dance Company Wales are showcasing not just one but two works by acclaimed choreographers at Dance City in Newcastle. The pair of performances kicks off with The Green House, developed by the dance company’s own artistic director, Caroline Finn. It’s Finn’s second theatrical work for NDCWales and presents an intense, melancholic but …

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