WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK: 17-23 JUNE 2019

See a Queen screening, enjoy a family day at Washington Wetland Centre, spend Sunday at The Maven, get your film fix at Newcastle Castle and stock up on seasonal goods at Hexham Farmers' Market.

FOR MUSIC…

21 JUNE

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

Calling all Queen-lovers! Catch the award-winning blockbuster, Bohemian Rhapsody, as it is screened at Wynyard Hall’s Grand Marquee this Friday. Following the extraordinary journey of the band and lead singer, Freddie Mercury, the film features all your favourite Queen tracks from ‘Somebody To Love’ to ‘I Want To Break Free’. A must-see screening in Wynyard.

wynyardhall.co.uk

 

FOR FAMILY…

ALL WEEK

FOR FOOD & DRINK…

23 JUNE

Enjoy a mouthwatering Sunday roast at Newcastle’s new foodie hotspot, The Maven at The Vermont Hotel. Choose from a selection of delectable meats including roast sirloin of beef, confit shoulder of lamb, roast chicken supreme and roast pork belly. There’s a veggie option of apricot and chestnut roasts, too. All are served with light and fluffy Yorkshire puddings, crispy roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Why not accompany your meal with a glass of red, white or rosé wine?

vermont-hotel.com

 

FOR THEATRE…

21 JUNE

Film-buffs should check in for a screening of ‘An American Werewolf in London’ at Newcastle Castle this Friday. This 80s cult horror film is sure to both scare and amuse you as you watch the story of two Americans (David Naughton and Griffin Dunne) unfold as they visit Yorkshire on a backpacking trip, but shortly find themselves in the midst of a werewolf attack.

newcastlecastle.co.uk

 

FOR SHOPPING…

22 JUNE

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

Re-stock your cupboards with the finest local produce and artisan goodies at Hexham Farmers’ Market. Go here for a wide selection of delicious Northumbrian meats, locally grown vegetables and home-baked bread. What’s more? You’ll find a stunning selection of cakes and sweet treats. A delightful day out for foodies looking for some good-for-you grub.

hexhamfarmersmarket.co.uk


 

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