WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK 23-29 DECEMBER

Let the festivities begin! Whether you're enjoying live music, partying with the family, dining out this Christmas Day, checking in for panto fun or browsing quaint seasonal stalls, it's time to see 2019 out with a bang...

FOR MUSIC

23 DECEMBER

Make your way to Norton favourite, Cafe Lilli this week for a Monday Evening Live Music event with all the festive trimmings. Ellie Raynor will be taking to the mic, getting the festive fun underway before the big day. Go here for superb seasonal food and live music sure to put smiles on faces.

lillicafe.co.uk

 

FOR FAMILY

23 DECEMBER

Enjoy a fun-filled family evening with your family this festive season at Beamish Hall. Packed with a fantastic interactive disco, party games and a visit from Santa, this Christmas party also includes seasonal snacks and the chance to get festive with loved ones in the run up to Christmas.

beamish-hall.co.uk

 

FOR FOOD AND DRINK

25 DECEMBER

Book a table at Tomahawk Steakhouse in Potto this Christmas – a cosy country spot serving up a sumptuous festive feast for all the family. Start with a glass of bubbly, tuck into starters such as smoked salmon and crab roll and roast butternut squash soup, and fill up on roast turkey, fillet steak or goat’s cheese wellington to name but a few. Sweeten the deal with Christmas pud, sticky fig and walnut pudding and festive cheeses. Delicious!

tomahawk-steakhouse.co.uk

 

FOR THEATRE

THROUGHOUT THE WEEK 

Don’t forget to bag yourself a ticket to the greatest ball of all as Scarlett Moffatt, Miss Rory and co. take to the stage at Sunderland Empire’s sparkling panto production, Cinderella. Perfect for any families feeling festive as we countdown to the big day. Expect puns, princesses and panto silliness. Check out our Luxe review here.

atgtickets.com

 

FOR SHOPPING

UNTIL 24 DECEMBER

Grab some last minute treats at Newcastle’s Christmas Market this week. It’s the perfect place to find something unique, soak up the festive atmosphere and say cheers to the most wonderful season of all with a glass of mulled wine, a mince pie and a bit of comforting street food. Round up the troops and stroll through the merry markets before it’s too late.

newcastleschristmasmarkets.com

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