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This weekend we’re taking a trip to the Dark Side of the Moon, heading back in time for a Dickensian Christmas feast, and continuing the festivities by trying our hand at wreath-making

Finish off the working week with a trip to the Dark Side of the Moon, watching The Australian Pink Floyd at the City Hall. Regularly voted one of the greatest cover bands in the world, The Australian Pink Floyd are celebrating their 30th anniversary with a European tour, and are stopping off in Newcastle for a spectacular live show featuring lasers, inflatables and some superb renditions of the Floyd’s most beloved songs.

Head to the Theatre Deli in Sheffield for a Dickensian Christmas as you tuck into a festive feast. Enjoy this theatrical interpretation of A Christmas Carol with an immersive twist, as parlour games and Christmas songs punctuate the performance, all accompanied by a delicious two-course meal.

Everyone’s favourite surrealist connoisseur, story spinner and long-haired Geordie, Ross Noble returns to the North East as part of his latest stand up tour, where he pledges to take audiences on a wild ride through his imagination in what promises to be a guaranteed night of nonsense from one of the best comedians on the circuit.

Join Pickering Road Community Orchard in Hull for Advent at the Orchard – a morning of festivities, guaranteed to get you in the Christmas spirit. Make a Christmas wreath, plant a bluebell in readiness for spring, and enjoy warming winter drinks and festive treats, as you and your loved ones welcome in December. The event is free, just be sure to wrap up warm!

Round off your weekend with a delectable meal at 1910 in the iconic Spanish City, Whitley Bay. Blending classic and innovative flavours, and whether you opt for steak or seafood, you’re sure to be astounded by their mouth-watering flavours.

Published in: December 2018

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