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Thursday, 11 May 2017

What's on in the North East for kids and families | 13th & 14th May 2017


There's lots going on in the North East to keep the little ones entertained this weekend. Wild Weekend at Kielder has really caught my attention! As always, follow my Instagram stories here if you'd like to see what we're up to and let me know what you're up to. 

What's on in the North East for kids and families | 13th & 14th May 2017


13th and 14th May | Money Birds at intu Eldon Square and intu Metrocentre

Hundreds of origami birds worth thousands of pounds have been folded and will be set free across 14 intu centres (including intu Metrocentre and intu Eldon Square) between 12th - 14th May. Search #intuBirds on Twitter for clues and if you are lucky enough to find your own bird, you'll find a special code which you can switch for a £10 intu gift card. The spring release is all part of intu's pledge to make customers smile. Good luck!

13th and 14th May |  Redcoats Living History Weekend at Berwick  | 11am-5pm

The redcoats return to Berwick Barracks this weekend with a spectacular display of military prowess. Details here

13th and 14th |  Wild at Kielder | All day

Visit Kielder for a weekend packed with a wide range of wild activities including family astronomy, wild food foraging, bushcraft, squirrel stories, classic car shows, kayaking, craft fayres and so much more. Details here


13th May | Chalk presents Indie Disco at Kommunity, Newcastle | 2:30pm

Join Chalk for their Indie Disco with a monobrow bar, indie dressing up and a disco featuring music by Pulp, Blur and Primal Scream. Details here


13th May | Gangsta Granny Live at Empire Sunday | 10:30am & 2:30pm
From the producers of Horrible Histories, David Walliams book 'Gangsta Granny' is brought to life on stage in this hilarious performance featuring cabbage soup! Details here


13th May | Professor Brian Cox at Metro Radio Arena | 8pm

Quite a late one as it begins at 8pm but teens might appreciate an evening with Professor Brian Cox as he takes a dazzling journey through space and time. Details here



13th May | Alice in Wonderland at South Shields Customs House | 2:30pm

This family-friendly ballet is based on the original story by Lewis Carrol. Expect wit, humour, eclectic music and joyful dance. Details here


14th May | Music on the avenue with Newcastle Concert Band at Gibside | 1pm - 3:30pm


Their will be live music on the avenue this sunday featuring classic marches to traditional show tunes. Included with regular admission.  Details here


Have a lovely weekend - join our North East Days Out Facebook Group for more ideas



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  1. Mark will love that origami money thing, I think we'll go. He's one of those people whose favourite ever thing is to find money.

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