WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK

Shop 'til you drop, see a legend on stage and enjoy free beer - it is the Bank Holiday after all!

FOR MUSIC…

May 7

After the sold out success of his 2015 Restless Years tour, Grammy award-winning, international chart-topping British music legend Leo Sayer is returning to the UK for another series of concerts. See him at Princess Alexandra Auditorium Yarm on Sunday.

ticketsource.co.uk


FOR FAMILY…

May 1

Join Beamish in The Pit Village on May for a host of May Day activities. The May Day King and Queen will be crowned as you celebrate the Bank Holiday with parades, music, Maypole dancing and headdress making. Make a May Day mask in The Pit Village school and enjoy sweet treats from the chocolate shop.

beamish.org.uk


FOR FOOD…

May 4

The Curing House on Bedford Street has launched a new weekly event to give people the chance to try more unusual wines and beers – for free. ‘Open Bottle Thursday’ offers diners a free, specially-selected beer or wine with every two-course meal. The charcuterie bar and restaurant offers a varied selection of wines and beers from around the UK and around the world, including new-to-the-menu gluten-free ‘Alt-Brew’ beers which are specially-brewed in America.

thecuring.house


FOR THEATRE…

May 2-6

A return of Matthew Bourne is always a treat for dance fans and his daring version of The Red Shoes at Newcastle’s Theatre Royal promises to be full of his trademark fervour, provocation and drama. It’s the story of a girl’s dream to dance, told to a punchy score by Hollywood Bernard Herrmann. Pay a visit, we’re lucky to have it. 

theatreroyal.co.uk


FOR SHOPPING…

May 6-14

Head for Fenwick’s Beauty Hall from Saturday to meet the experts from a number of the globe’s biggest beauty houses. Enjoy mini facials, massages, makeovers and masterclasses from Chanel, Jo Malone, Tom Ford and more. Shop and reap the glam rewards.

fenwick.co.uk

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