What to do in Yorkshire:
Castle Howard’s newest exhibition – Magnificence & Convenience: a history of design and decoration at Castle Howard – explores the history of interior decoration throughout the house. To celebrate its launch this Friday, the estate is hosting an exclusive talk, and a rare chance to view and handle items from Castle Howard's world-famous collection, all after the house has closed to the public. Don’t miss it.
Where to eat in Yorkshire:
After a refurbishment a year ago, and having recently appeared in the Good Food Guide, Sheffield’s NO NAME has proved a big hit. The small, family-run institution serving up modern British fare (with a BYOB policy) offers a short but continually-changing menu that is largely based on seasonality and market produce. With only 18–20 seats, booking is essential, but worth it.
What to do in the North East:
They’ve been making Headlines for their unexpected return to music, but as far as we’re concerned it’s Viva Forever for our favourite four-piece. For all the Spice fanatics out there, you’ll Wannabe at the Stadium of Light this Thursday. Stop everything else – it’s going to be epic.
Where to eat in the North East:
This Thursday Tom Naylor-Leyland hosts a one-off Supper Club at Fenwick Newcastle’s Fuego. Having turned Malton into one of the UK’s leading foodie destinations through his passion for food, the evening will involve a three-course dinner, designed to feature the best of 'Made In Malton’.