See ‘Pointless’ favourite, Alexandra Armstrong, in his new one-man show, All Mouth and Some Trousers at the Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle. Expect sincere stories, heaps of laughter and a whole load of music from this multi-talented comedian, actor, presenter and singer. An all-rounder you shouldn’t miss this week!
Hats and scarves at the ready. Wrap up in something cosy and head over to the Walled Garden at Middleton Lodge for their annual bonfire night display. Gaze up at the sparkling firework display, warm up by the crackling bonfire and tuck into tasty treats as food stalls line the venue. Why not make a night of it and book in for a hearty supper at The Coach House restaurant?
FOR FOOD AND DRINK
Beer-lovers should head to Wylam Brewery this weekend for a Saturday Brewery Tour sure to put a smile on your face. Providing a brief history of the location, as well as the chance to sample some sips for yourself, it’s a great way to spend Saturday afternoon.
5 – 9 NOVEMBER
9 to 5 The Musical tells the story of three workmates pushed to their limits by their sexist and egotistical boss. Working on a plan to kidnap and switch roles with their supervisor, the women try to change their office for good when the CEO pays an unexpected visit. With music and lyrics by the Queen of Country, Dolly Parton, this musical is all about empowering women and taking care of business by standing up for your own beliefs. See it this week at Sunderland Empire.
A new month means it’s time to stock up your cupboards with local goodies! Enjoy a crisp, autumn stroll along Saltburn Farmers’ Market this Saturday. Go here and get to know some of the region’s finest independent food suppliers, lining stalls of the best local food, drink and artworks – all in the stunning setting of the Saltburn seaside. It’s a fantastic, family fun-day combining our love of food with our love of the North East.