WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK: 16-22 DECEMBER

The festivities are well underway! Whether you're getting your funk on, meeting Santa, enjoying a seasonal afternoon tea, watching a Christmassy show or browsing the merry markets, our guide is bound to get you in the spirit

FOR MUSIC

21 DECEMBER 

Smoove and Turrell are back for a Christmas party this December at Boiler Shop, Newcastle. Celebrating 10 years of Northern Funk – a contemporary fusion of funk, soul, northern soul, hip-hop and electronica, this is a guaranteed good night out.

boilershop.net

 

FOR FAMILY

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Make a date with Father Christmas this week at the Woodhorn Museum in Ashington. Little ones will get the chance to meet Santa and soak up the festive atmosphere with the family. With fully-accessible workshop galleries too, there’s something for everyone at Woodburn this winter.

museumsnorthumberland.org.uk

 

FOR FOOD AND DRINK

21 DECEMBER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Head to the Vermont Hotel this Saturday and tuck in to their deliciously festive afternoon tea in the Gold Room – complete with a surprise visit from Santa himself. You can relax with family and friends and enjoy sumptuous treats in luxurious lounge, the Redwood Bar or Maven Restaurant with its stunning views of the Quayside and city skyline.

vermont-hotel.com

 

FOR THEATRE

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Festive theatre fun can be found over at Northern Stage this winter – where The Snow Queen will be taking to the stage until 4th January 2020. Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale is thrillingly reimagined in this spellbinding new production the whole family will love this Christmas. Check it out this week!

northernstage.co.uk

 

FOR SHOPPING

17 DECEMBER

Wrap up warm this December with a visit to South Causey Inn’s Christmas market. Browse a fantastic selection of local artisan traders offering a range of different festive treats and treasures from fine foods and homeware, to beauty products, fashion and arts and crafts.

southcausey.co.uk


 

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