A horror film that cost just £500, has already won a top UK Short Film Award and will now also be shown at the world famous Portobello film festival in London on September 3rd.
Foody news, with Craig Wilde of Newcastle City centre street food emporium in the cities famous Grainger Market.
Even bigger and better than ever before, join in the Cumberland Arms’ annual celebration of traditional brewing at their Summer Beer Festival, where you will have the choice of 101 bottles, keg, cask and real cider (45 casks, 16 kegs, 30 real ciders, 10 bottled, if you want the exact br
Enjoy a day out in the beautiful Northumberland countryside at the annual Brocksbushes Summer Fayre where you will have the chance to taste, sample and buy some of Brocksbushes delicious traditional food products and delicacies. Browse among the exclusive collection of gifts and craft
By now you MUST have heard that this week is the first ever NE1 Newcastle Cocktail Week… ALL WEEK! All of our favourite places are taking part, including Blackfriars Restaurant, Nancy’s Bordello and Las Iguanas and there are loads of opportunities to take part in cocktail mixology
The Saltburn Community & Arts Association's 7th Annual Open Art Exhibition is taking place in August and they want to hear from you. You can pick up an entry form to have your fabulous artwork diplayed from Saltburn Theatre, Saltburn School or Saltburn Library. The hanging fee is
Special Offer!!! Party on the Beach Its all happening on Majuba Beach on 3rd August and in this what a great way to spend an evening dancing on the the sand! Party on the Beach are now offering 4 tickets for the price of 2 online only. Please pass on to friends and family. Tickets can still
Let BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead inspire you with these events and courses: ACTIVE ART: ABSTRACT PAINTING COURSE Inspired by Thomas Scheibitz’s exhibition, this practical course gives participants the chance to explore different ways of making abstract painting. Starting
Delivered by research students from Northumbria University’s Department of Humanities, the summer series of lectures will cover a wide variety of topics from gothic horror and vampires (two of my favourite things!) to tales of Newcastle locals and their influence across the globe through