WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK

Time for throwback tunes, sporting celebrations, wine Wednesdays, thought-provoking theatre and seaside shopping trips as we step into September.
WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

FOR MUSIC…

8 SEPTEMBER

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

The award-winning Let’s Hang On, endorsed by Frankie Valli himself, celebrates the music of one of the most successful bands of all time ,Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. Take a step back in time to the streets of New Jersey and enjoy hits including: Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Beggin’, December 1963 (Oh What A Night), Big Girls Don’t Cry and more. This electrifying celebration of music is a must on your social calendars this September – so get dancing in the aisles and don’t miss out at Durham Gala!

galadurham.co.uk

 

FOR FAMILY…

9 SEPTEMBER

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

It’s one of the biggest dates in our social sporting calendars. Make way for the Great North Run this Sunday as thousands of runners and spectators take to Tyneside for a day of sporting fun for the whole family. Whether you’re taking part, or just there to cheer on a loved one, the GNR is an iconic event that puts the North East on the map every September. Make your way to the starting line, find the perfect spot to spectate along the Tyne Bridge or set up camp by the finishing line in North Shields.

greatrun.org

 

FOR FOOD…

5 SEPTEMBER

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

The region’s wine fans are in for a treat this Wednesday as Quayside foodie favourite, Dobson & Parnell hosts its Bring Your Best Wine Night. Bring your best bottle of vino and your appetite for a mid-week treat. Visitors will pay no corkage fee when dining from the restaurant’s set or a la carte menu. Wine Wednesdays are the way forward…

dobsonandparnell.co.uk

 

FOR THEATRE…

6 – 15 SEPTEMBER

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

Homegrown theatre company, Steelworks brings a brand new show to audiences in Stockton. The Fulstow Boys is based on a true story and kicks off when Sky News and the rest of the world’s press descend on a small village in Lincolnshire, asking why it doesn’t have a war memorial. A funny village caper that is both heart-breaking and hilarious. It is written by Steelworks Theatre Company founder Gordon Steel whose inaugural production, Grow Up Grandad was so successful that the company launched a tour the following year, receiving standing ovations across the north.

arconline.co.uk

 

FOR SHOPPING…

8 SEPTEMBER

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

Spend Saturday soaking up the seaside delights of Saltburn Farmers’ Market. Bringing the North East and North Yorkshire’s finest independent food suppliers together in the heart of the town, it’s the go-to event for all things local and delicious. Visitors will find stall after stall bursting with the best local food, drink and artworks – all in the stunning setting of the Saltburn seaside. It’s a fantastic, family day out, particularly for foodies. Go here with the intention of filling your baskets with seasonal delights this September.

saltburnfarmersmarket.com


 

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