MAKE MY WEEK... | Living North


Whether it’s relaxing in the spa, dancing the night away or tucking into a whole baked camembert – we’ve got something to make your week the tops

Raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support and enjoy some pampering at the same time at Rockliffe Hall Spa as part of National Spa Week. The award-winning spa is hosting a series of events to raise money for charity, including mini treatments poolside, massage and reflexology all in return for a donation

Canadian alt-country artist (and one-half of the award-winning musical outfit The Brothers Landreth) stepped out on his own for the first time last year, with his debut solo album Whiskey earning rave reviews and showcasing Joey as a songwriter and performer in his own right. Don’t miss this chance to see him live at The Fulford Arms in York, as he journeys across the pond this week.

Enjoy some mid-week comfort food at Darlington’s The Wandering Duck. It offers the coziest and most relaxed drinking and dining, whether you’re grabbing breakfast on your way to work, breaking-up your shopping trip for lunch and a latte, or enjoying an evening sampling a variety of mezze from their sharing platters. For us, it’s the whole baked garlic and rosemary camembert with crispy bacon and thick cut artisan bread for dunking that ticks all our boxes.

John Godber’s hilarious 'fish out of water' comedy Seasons in the Sun at the Theatre Royal in Wakefield is full of typical northern wit. It's the summer of 1974 and the future looks bright for Spag and Paul as they await their A-Level results. That is, until jobs as relief dustbin men dampen their artistic ambitions.

Published in: September 2018

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