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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: La Cage Aux Folles @ Sunderland Empire

It’s one of theatre’s most beloved musicals and yet, somehow, ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ has never headed out on a tour of the UK. Until now. Bill Kenwright is presenting a spectacularly lavish new version of the much-loved Tony and Olivier Award-winning drama, and fittingly it’s headed to the West End of the North East, …

REVIEW: Tipsy Tea @ 97 & Social, Newcastle

Words and photos: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious There are some amazing venues to treat yourself to afternoon tea in Jesmond, but I think I may just have found the prettiest. 97 & Social is a bar and eatery located at the top of the lovely Osborne Road in Jesmond. Decked out in dim lighting, copper …

PREVIEW: Clockwork Garden Live @ The Bowes Museum

From 29th July until 5th November, The Bowes Museum is welcoming the Clockwork Garden Exhibition, flying in from somewhere beyond the black of space. A strange mechanical seed will land in from these outer reaches, and it needs to find out more about why our humble gardens are always so full of life. The interactive …

PREVIEW: The Cinema Years @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House

This year the Tyne Theatre & Opera House are celebrating a very important milestone. It’s 150 years since the venue opened its doors to the public, and while it may now be known for hosting a huge range of comedy, theatre and musical events throughout the year, there was a time when it operated in …

What’s On Next Week (w/c 31.7.17)

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 31st July A Judgement In Stone @ Theatre Royal Newcastle Ruth Rendell’s brilliant plot twists come to the stage with a mysterious new adaptation …

REVIEW: Theseus Beefcake @ Dance City, Newcastle

Words: Sarah Burgess for Cuckoo Review The unusual title of the piece, ambiguous though deliberate, perfectly reflects its nature as a performative exploration of the troubled-waters of masculinity; a nominally definitive concept, but one that does not easily translate into physical or mental reality. ‘Theseus Beefcake’ espouses images of a macho man-hero and minotaur trapped …

REVIEW: The Smokehouse, Bishop Auckland

Words and photos: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious The Smokehouse Bishop Auckland is probably one of County Durham’s finest hidden gems. Tucked away down a Bishop Auckland back alley, the venue has no sign, no eye catching display and no elaborate gimmicks. In fact, it could be mistaken for an abandoned storage unit, but the food establishment …

PREVIEW: Knight’s Tournament @ Tynemouth Priory

Are you prepared to feel the heat of a fiery contest? Over two days on 29th-30th July, Tynemouth Priory and Castle is playing host to the bravest knights from the realm as they come to show their prowess in a spectacular Knight’s Tournament. They’ll be brandishing blades and bows and facing each other in tests …

PREVIEW: Wonderfolk @ Woodhorn Museum

It goes without saying that Woodhorn Museum has a long and deep mining history. Evidence of its heritage is even etched into the landscape itself. But what lies beneath the ground now? Where once there were miners digging for coal and making a living, what lives in the earth where they once roamed? The answer …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 24.7.17)

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 24th July Wonderfolk @ Woodhorn Museum When mining ceased at Woodhorn, what happened deep beneath the soil in amongst the coal veins? Legend has …

North East Outdoors Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

PREVIEW: La Cage Aux Folles @ Sunderland Empire

It’s one of theatre’s most beloved musicals and yet, somehow, ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ has never headed out on a tour of the UK. Until now. Bill Kenwright is presenting a spectacularly lavish new version of the much-loved Tony and Olivier Award-winning drama, and fittingly it’s headed to the West End of the North East, …

REVIEW: Tipsy Tea @ 97 & Social, Newcastle

Words and photos: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious There are some amazing venues to treat yourself to afternoon tea in Jesmond, but I think I may just have found the prettiest. 97 & Social is a bar and eatery located at the top of the lovely Osborne Road in Jesmond. Decked out in dim lighting, copper …

PREVIEW: Clockwork Garden Live @ The Bowes Museum

From 29th July until 5th November, The Bowes Museum is welcoming the Clockwork Garden Exhibition, flying in from somewhere beyond the black of space. A strange mechanical seed will land in from these outer reaches, and it needs to find out more about why our humble gardens are always so full of life. The interactive …

PREVIEW: The Cinema Years @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House

This year the Tyne Theatre & Opera House are celebrating a very important milestone. It’s 150 years since the venue opened its doors to the public, and while it may now be known for hosting a huge range of comedy, theatre and musical events throughout the year, there was a time when it operated in …

What’s On Next Week (w/c 31.7.17)

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 31st July A Judgement In Stone @ Theatre Royal Newcastle Ruth Rendell’s brilliant plot twists come to the stage with a mysterious new adaptation …

REVIEW: Theseus Beefcake @ Dance City, Newcastle

Words: Sarah Burgess for Cuckoo Review The unusual title of the piece, ambiguous though deliberate, perfectly reflects its nature as a performative exploration of the troubled-waters of masculinity; a nominally definitive concept, but one that does not easily translate into physical or mental reality. ‘Theseus Beefcake’ espouses images of a macho man-hero and minotaur trapped …

REVIEW: The Smokehouse, Bishop Auckland

Words and photos: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious The Smokehouse Bishop Auckland is probably one of County Durham’s finest hidden gems. Tucked away down a Bishop Auckland back alley, the venue has no sign, no eye catching display and no elaborate gimmicks. In fact, it could be mistaken for an abandoned storage unit, but the food establishment …

PREVIEW: Knight’s Tournament @ Tynemouth Priory

Are you prepared to feel the heat of a fiery contest? Over two days on 29th-30th July, Tynemouth Priory and Castle is playing host to the bravest knights from the realm as they come to show their prowess in a spectacular Knight’s Tournament. They’ll be brandishing blades and bows and facing each other in tests …

PREVIEW: Wonderfolk @ Woodhorn Museum

It goes without saying that Woodhorn Museum has a long and deep mining history. Evidence of its heritage is even etched into the landscape itself. But what lies beneath the ground now? Where once there were miners digging for coal and making a living, what lives in the earth where they once roamed? The answer …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 24.7.17)

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 24th July Wonderfolk @ Woodhorn Museum When mining ceased at Woodhorn, what happened deep beneath the soil in amongst the coal veins? Legend has …

North East Family Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

PREVIEW: La Cage Aux Folles @ Sunderland Empire

It’s one of theatre’s most beloved musicals and yet, somehow, ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ has never headed out on a tour of the UK. Until now. Bill Kenwright is presenting a spectacularly lavish new version of the much-loved Tony and Olivier Award-winning drama, and fittingly it’s headed to the West End of the North East, …

REVIEW: Tipsy Tea @ 97 & Social, Newcastle

Words and photos: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious There are some amazing venues to treat yourself to afternoon tea in Jesmond, but I think I may just have found the prettiest. 97 & Social is a bar and eatery located at the top of the lovely Osborne Road in Jesmond. Decked out in dim lighting, copper …

PREVIEW: Clockwork Garden Live @ The Bowes Museum

From 29th July until 5th November, The Bowes Museum is welcoming the Clockwork Garden Exhibition, flying in from somewhere beyond the black of space. A strange mechanical seed will land in from these outer reaches, and it needs to find out more about why our humble gardens are always so full of life. The interactive …

PREVIEW: The Cinema Years @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House

This year the Tyne Theatre & Opera House are celebrating a very important milestone. It’s 150 years since the venue opened its doors to the public, and while it may now be known for hosting a huge range of comedy, theatre and musical events throughout the year, there was a time when it operated in …

What’s On Next Week (w/c 31.7.17)

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 31st July A Judgement In Stone @ Theatre Royal Newcastle Ruth Rendell’s brilliant plot twists come to the stage with a mysterious new adaptation …

REVIEW: Theseus Beefcake @ Dance City, Newcastle

Words: Sarah Burgess for Cuckoo Review The unusual title of the piece, ambiguous though deliberate, perfectly reflects its nature as a performative exploration of the troubled-waters of masculinity; a nominally definitive concept, but one that does not easily translate into physical or mental reality. ‘Theseus Beefcake’ espouses images of a macho man-hero and minotaur trapped …

REVIEW: The Smokehouse, Bishop Auckland

Words and photos: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious The Smokehouse Bishop Auckland is probably one of County Durham’s finest hidden gems. Tucked away down a Bishop Auckland back alley, the venue has no sign, no eye catching display and no elaborate gimmicks. In fact, it could be mistaken for an abandoned storage unit, but the food establishment …

PREVIEW: Knight’s Tournament @ Tynemouth Priory

Are you prepared to feel the heat of a fiery contest? Over two days on 29th-30th July, Tynemouth Priory and Castle is playing host to the bravest knights from the realm as they come to show their prowess in a spectacular Knight’s Tournament. They’ll be brandishing blades and bows and facing each other in tests …

PREVIEW: Wonderfolk @ Woodhorn Museum

It goes without saying that Woodhorn Museum has a long and deep mining history. Evidence of its heritage is even etched into the landscape itself. But what lies beneath the ground now? Where once there were miners digging for coal and making a living, what lives in the earth where they once roamed? The answer …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 24.7.17)

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 24th July Wonderfolk @ Woodhorn Museum When mining ceased at Woodhorn, what happened deep beneath the soil in amongst the coal veins? Legend has …

North East Museum Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

PREVIEW: La Cage Aux Folles @ Sunderland Empire

It’s one of theatre’s most beloved musicals and yet, somehow, ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ has never headed out on a tour of the UK. Until now. Bill Kenwright is presenting a spectacularly lavish new version of the much-loved Tony and Olivier Award-winning drama, and fittingly it’s headed to the West End of the North East, …

REVIEW: Tipsy Tea @ 97 & Social, Newcastle

Words and photos: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious There are some amazing venues to treat yourself to afternoon tea in Jesmond, but I think I may just have found the prettiest. 97 & Social is a bar and eatery located at the top of the lovely Osborne Road in Jesmond. Decked out in dim lighting, copper …

PREVIEW: Clockwork Garden Live @ The Bowes Museum

From 29th July until 5th November, The Bowes Museum is welcoming the Clockwork Garden Exhibition, flying in from somewhere beyond the black of space. A strange mechanical seed will land in from these outer reaches, and it needs to find out more about why our humble gardens are always so full of life. The interactive …

PREVIEW: The Cinema Years @ Tyne Theatre & Opera House

This year the Tyne Theatre & Opera House are celebrating a very important milestone. It’s 150 years since the venue opened its doors to the public, and while it may now be known for hosting a huge range of comedy, theatre and musical events throughout the year, there was a time when it operated in …

What’s On Next Week (w/c 31.7.17)

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 31st July A Judgement In Stone @ Theatre Royal Newcastle Ruth Rendell’s brilliant plot twists come to the stage with a mysterious new adaptation …

REVIEW: Theseus Beefcake @ Dance City, Newcastle

Words: Sarah Burgess for Cuckoo Review The unusual title of the piece, ambiguous though deliberate, perfectly reflects its nature as a performative exploration of the troubled-waters of masculinity; a nominally definitive concept, but one that does not easily translate into physical or mental reality. ‘Theseus Beefcake’ espouses images of a macho man-hero and minotaur trapped …

REVIEW: The Smokehouse, Bishop Auckland

Words and photos: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious The Smokehouse Bishop Auckland is probably one of County Durham’s finest hidden gems. Tucked away down a Bishop Auckland back alley, the venue has no sign, no eye catching display and no elaborate gimmicks. In fact, it could be mistaken for an abandoned storage unit, but the food establishment …

PREVIEW: Knight’s Tournament @ Tynemouth Priory

Are you prepared to feel the heat of a fiery contest? Over two days on 29th-30th July, Tynemouth Priory and Castle is playing host to the bravest knights from the realm as they come to show their prowess in a spectacular Knight’s Tournament. They’ll be brandishing blades and bows and facing each other in tests …

PREVIEW: Wonderfolk @ Woodhorn Museum

It goes without saying that Woodhorn Museum has a long and deep mining history. Evidence of its heritage is even etched into the landscape itself. But what lies beneath the ground now? Where once there were miners digging for coal and making a living, what lives in the earth where they once roamed? The answer …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 24.7.17)

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 24th July Wonderfolk @ Woodhorn Museum When mining ceased at Woodhorn, what happened deep beneath the soil in amongst the coal veins? Legend has …

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