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Friday, 23 October 2015

Juice Festival 2015 - the festival for families and under 25's in NewcastleGateshead

The juice festival returns this half term with nine exciting days packed with events, performances and activities to get your creative juices flowing! You can find a full list of events here but take a look at our top 5 picks:-

1 - Family Superhero adventure screening: The Incredibles 

Tyneside Cinema - Saturday 24th October, 10am 


Join the Tyneside Cinema in their pop up studio where you can drop in and enjoy some superhero activities ranging from lazer mazes to flying walls followed by an exclusive screening of The Incredibles movie in Electra. Tickets are £4 and available here.


2 - Big Juice Launch 

Intu Eldon Square - Saturday 24th October 1-4pm


The Juice Festival launches with musicians, dancers and artists with lots of pop up activities ranging from Science Buskers to break dancing. Don't miss the pop up photo booth and selfie frames and take part in the bug #juiceselfie

3 - Great British make off

The Core, Science Central. NE4 5TF - 26th&27th October

This work shop will take you on a playful data journey where you can create jewellery, sound or other artefacts combining technology and creativity. There are only 15 spaces per workshop and at only £5 per person are a real bargain. Buy tickets here.


4 - Manifesto

Northern Stage NE1 7RH - 30th October at 7:45pm

If young people ruled the world, what would it look like? Join in and discover what would happen in this lively and provocative performance/manifesto/debate.

5 - VAMOS! Day of the Dead Family Celebration

VAMOS Social, Bamburgh House. NE1 4BR - 31st October 11am-5pm


A traditional latin celebration of the annual day of the dead with circus performers, musicians, workshops, street food, pinata making, a live DJ and face painting. All geared towards families, there is lots of fun to be had. Read this from Canny Food who visited a VAMOS festival back in May for a flavour of what to expect.
Tickets are £5 per adult, £3 for children aged 5-15 and under 5's are free. 


The Juice Festival really is fantastic and something a bit different to try over half term I think. If you are still stuck for ideas, why not take a look at the family explorers half term trail which you can view here or download here. The ideas have been put together by Family Explorers North East Network and feature lots of fun ideas to try.
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