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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

REVIEW: Kieran Hurley: Heads Up @ Northern Stage, Newcastle

Words: Antonia Cundy for Cuckoo Review A man walks on stage. He is barefoot, but dressed in a smart suit. He lights a candle, and sits down in front of a wooden table littered with electronic equipment. He is going to tell us a story, he says. It’s a story about the end of the …

Lightwater Valley have extended their £15 ticket offer until the end of June!

Earlier this year we teamed up with Lightwater Valley to give What’s On North East readers entry to the theme park for just £15 – and now they’ve generously extended the offer! It’s the start of the summer properly so there’s no better time to extend our offer, because what better place to spend a …

PREVIEW: MK Ultra @ Dance City, Newcastle

Prepare to enter the void and take a trip through the weird world of pop culture and conspiracy theories at Dance City this week! Brought to the Newcastle venue by the always-impressive Rosie Kay Dance Company, MK Ultra will be providing a blast of high-energy, thrilling dance mashed up with music and striking imagery. The …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 1.5.17)

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 1st May Grease @ Sunderland Empire Grease is the word at Sunderland Empire this week! Running until 6th May, one of the world’s most …

REVIEW: Northern Platforms @ Dance City

Words: Faye Atkinson for Cuckoo Review Northern Platforms was a welcoming insight into the creative communities of the north of England, and showcased the imaginative and unique performance ability of this community. The show – which was presented at Dance City in Newcastle – was separated into four segments, each displaying the work of groups and …

REVIEW: Keep Dancing @ Newcastle Theatre Royal

Words: Andrew Bramfitt Firstly, let me confess: I’ve not been a Strictly fanatic. Sure, I knew of it and probably, like many of the millions of viewers, I watched mainly to see which celebrity was being put through their paces and trying to lose their usual persona. Likewise, despite having two daughters who spent years …

Time Machines embarks on a journey through the ages at Palace Green Library from May

A new exhibition at Durham University’s Palace Green Library will be inviting visitors to step through a portal in time and discover how scientific advances inspired some of our greatest writers. ‘Time Machines’ opens on 27th May and will explore how stories can transform any one of us into time travellers. The exhibition will include …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 24.4.17)

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 24th April The Woman In Black @ Newcastle Theatre Royal The adaptation of Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story ‘The Woman In Black’ recently continued …

REVIEW: Miller & Carter, Newcastle

Words: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious We celebrated Mama’s Day a little early this year; I’d booked to go and see Not Dead Enough at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle the Friday before Mothering Sunday. We both love crime novels and suspense, plus I’d never really seen anything at the theatre that wasn’t a musical. With rave reviews and a cracking …

REVIEW: Snake In The Grass @ The People’s Theatre

Words: Jowita Krasik for Cuckoo Review Snake in the Grass is a play about betrayal. A story of two sisters (Annabel and Miriam) reuniting after three decades to deal with the aftermath of their father’s death – or so it seems at first. As the story develops and truths are revealed, the intensity increases. I came …

North East Outdoors Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

REVIEW: Kieran Hurley: Heads Up @ Northern Stage, Newcastle

Words: Antonia Cundy for Cuckoo Review A man walks on stage. He is barefoot, but dressed in a smart suit. He lights a candle, and sits down in front of a wooden table littered with electronic equipment. He is going to tell us a story, he says. It’s a story about the end of the …

Lightwater Valley have extended their £15 ticket offer until the end of June!

Earlier this year we teamed up with Lightwater Valley to give What’s On North East readers entry to the theme park for just £15 – and now they’ve generously extended the offer! It’s the start of the summer properly so there’s no better time to extend our offer, because what better place to spend a …

PREVIEW: MK Ultra @ Dance City, Newcastle

Prepare to enter the void and take a trip through the weird world of pop culture and conspiracy theories at Dance City this week! Brought to the Newcastle venue by the always-impressive Rosie Kay Dance Company, MK Ultra will be providing a blast of high-energy, thrilling dance mashed up with music and striking imagery. The …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 1.5.17)

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 1st May Grease @ Sunderland Empire Grease is the word at Sunderland Empire this week! Running until 6th May, one of the world’s most …

REVIEW: Northern Platforms @ Dance City

Words: Faye Atkinson for Cuckoo Review Northern Platforms was a welcoming insight into the creative communities of the north of England, and showcased the imaginative and unique performance ability of this community. The show – which was presented at Dance City in Newcastle – was separated into four segments, each displaying the work of groups and …

REVIEW: Keep Dancing @ Newcastle Theatre Royal

Words: Andrew Bramfitt Firstly, let me confess: I’ve not been a Strictly fanatic. Sure, I knew of it and probably, like many of the millions of viewers, I watched mainly to see which celebrity was being put through their paces and trying to lose their usual persona. Likewise, despite having two daughters who spent years …

Time Machines embarks on a journey through the ages at Palace Green Library from May

A new exhibition at Durham University’s Palace Green Library will be inviting visitors to step through a portal in time and discover how scientific advances inspired some of our greatest writers. ‘Time Machines’ opens on 27th May and will explore how stories can transform any one of us into time travellers. The exhibition will include …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 24.4.17)

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 24th April The Woman In Black @ Newcastle Theatre Royal The adaptation of Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story ‘The Woman In Black’ recently continued …

REVIEW: Miller & Carter, Newcastle

Words: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious We celebrated Mama’s Day a little early this year; I’d booked to go and see Not Dead Enough at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle the Friday before Mothering Sunday. We both love crime novels and suspense, plus I’d never really seen anything at the theatre that wasn’t a musical. With rave reviews and a cracking …

REVIEW: Snake In The Grass @ The People’s Theatre

Words: Jowita Krasik for Cuckoo Review Snake in the Grass is a play about betrayal. A story of two sisters (Annabel and Miriam) reuniting after three decades to deal with the aftermath of their father’s death – or so it seems at first. As the story develops and truths are revealed, the intensity increases. I came …

North East Family Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

REVIEW: Kieran Hurley: Heads Up @ Northern Stage, Newcastle

Words: Antonia Cundy for Cuckoo Review A man walks on stage. He is barefoot, but dressed in a smart suit. He lights a candle, and sits down in front of a wooden table littered with electronic equipment. He is going to tell us a story, he says. It’s a story about the end of the …

Lightwater Valley have extended their £15 ticket offer until the end of June!

Earlier this year we teamed up with Lightwater Valley to give What’s On North East readers entry to the theme park for just £15 – and now they’ve generously extended the offer! It’s the start of the summer properly so there’s no better time to extend our offer, because what better place to spend a …

PREVIEW: MK Ultra @ Dance City, Newcastle

Prepare to enter the void and take a trip through the weird world of pop culture and conspiracy theories at Dance City this week! Brought to the Newcastle venue by the always-impressive Rosie Kay Dance Company, MK Ultra will be providing a blast of high-energy, thrilling dance mashed up with music and striking imagery. The …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 1.5.17)

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 1st May Grease @ Sunderland Empire Grease is the word at Sunderland Empire this week! Running until 6th May, one of the world’s most …

REVIEW: Northern Platforms @ Dance City

Words: Faye Atkinson for Cuckoo Review Northern Platforms was a welcoming insight into the creative communities of the north of England, and showcased the imaginative and unique performance ability of this community. The show – which was presented at Dance City in Newcastle – was separated into four segments, each displaying the work of groups and …

REVIEW: Keep Dancing @ Newcastle Theatre Royal

Words: Andrew Bramfitt Firstly, let me confess: I’ve not been a Strictly fanatic. Sure, I knew of it and probably, like many of the millions of viewers, I watched mainly to see which celebrity was being put through their paces and trying to lose their usual persona. Likewise, despite having two daughters who spent years …

Time Machines embarks on a journey through the ages at Palace Green Library from May

A new exhibition at Durham University’s Palace Green Library will be inviting visitors to step through a portal in time and discover how scientific advances inspired some of our greatest writers. ‘Time Machines’ opens on 27th May and will explore how stories can transform any one of us into time travellers. The exhibition will include …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 24.4.17)

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 24th April The Woman In Black @ Newcastle Theatre Royal The adaptation of Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story ‘The Woman In Black’ recently continued …

REVIEW: Miller & Carter, Newcastle

Words: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious We celebrated Mama’s Day a little early this year; I’d booked to go and see Not Dead Enough at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle the Friday before Mothering Sunday. We both love crime novels and suspense, plus I’d never really seen anything at the theatre that wasn’t a musical. With rave reviews and a cracking …

REVIEW: Snake In The Grass @ The People’s Theatre

Words: Jowita Krasik for Cuckoo Review Snake in the Grass is a play about betrayal. A story of two sisters (Annabel and Miriam) reuniting after three decades to deal with the aftermath of their father’s death – or so it seems at first. As the story develops and truths are revealed, the intensity increases. I came …

North East Museum Events

What's on North East

The Ultimate Guide to The North East

REVIEW: Kieran Hurley: Heads Up @ Northern Stage, Newcastle

Words: Antonia Cundy for Cuckoo Review A man walks on stage. He is barefoot, but dressed in a smart suit. He lights a candle, and sits down in front of a wooden table littered with electronic equipment. He is going to tell us a story, he says. It’s a story about the end of the …

Lightwater Valley have extended their £15 ticket offer until the end of June!

Earlier this year we teamed up with Lightwater Valley to give What’s On North East readers entry to the theme park for just £15 – and now they’ve generously extended the offer! It’s the start of the summer properly so there’s no better time to extend our offer, because what better place to spend a …

PREVIEW: MK Ultra @ Dance City, Newcastle

Prepare to enter the void and take a trip through the weird world of pop culture and conspiracy theories at Dance City this week! Brought to the Newcastle venue by the always-impressive Rosie Kay Dance Company, MK Ultra will be providing a blast of high-energy, thrilling dance mashed up with music and striking imagery. The …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 1.5.17)

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 1st May Grease @ Sunderland Empire Grease is the word at Sunderland Empire this week! Running until 6th May, one of the world’s most …

REVIEW: Northern Platforms @ Dance City

Words: Faye Atkinson for Cuckoo Review Northern Platforms was a welcoming insight into the creative communities of the north of England, and showcased the imaginative and unique performance ability of this community. The show – which was presented at Dance City in Newcastle – was separated into four segments, each displaying the work of groups and …

REVIEW: Keep Dancing @ Newcastle Theatre Royal

Words: Andrew Bramfitt Firstly, let me confess: I’ve not been a Strictly fanatic. Sure, I knew of it and probably, like many of the millions of viewers, I watched mainly to see which celebrity was being put through their paces and trying to lose their usual persona. Likewise, despite having two daughters who spent years …

Time Machines embarks on a journey through the ages at Palace Green Library from May

A new exhibition at Durham University’s Palace Green Library will be inviting visitors to step through a portal in time and discover how scientific advances inspired some of our greatest writers. ‘Time Machines’ opens on 27th May and will explore how stories can transform any one of us into time travellers. The exhibition will include …

What’s On Next Week! (w/c 24.4.17)

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 24th April The Woman In Black @ Newcastle Theatre Royal The adaptation of Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story ‘The Woman In Black’ recently continued …

REVIEW: Miller & Carter, Newcastle

Words: Laura Brown for Proper Scrumptious We celebrated Mama’s Day a little early this year; I’d booked to go and see Not Dead Enough at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle the Friday before Mothering Sunday. We both love crime novels and suspense, plus I’d never really seen anything at the theatre that wasn’t a musical. With rave reviews and a cracking …

REVIEW: Snake In The Grass @ The People’s Theatre

Words: Jowita Krasik for Cuckoo Review Snake in the Grass is a play about betrayal. A story of two sisters (Annabel and Miriam) reuniting after three decades to deal with the aftermath of their father’s death – or so it seems at first. As the story develops and truths are revealed, the intensity increases. I came …

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