What's On in the North East for Kids | 28th & 29th January

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What's On in the North East for Kids and Families this weekend | 28th & 29th January

27th - 28th January | Circus of Horrors | Tyne Theatre & Opera House

Older teens will be amazed by the Circus of Horrors which visits Newcastle this weekend. 

28th - 29th January | Please Mr Antony | Seven Stories

Mind your manners as Seven Stories makes way for author and illustrator of Please Mr Panda, Steve Antony in a weekend long studio takeover. There will be themed activities and the chance to draw alongside Steve. Free event (normal admission applies) and no booking required. 

28th January | Rhyme Time for Under 5's | Leam Lane Library

Join Leam Lame Library for their special event featuring rhyming stories for under 5's.

28th January | The Swan Princess | Arts Centre

With performances at 2pm and 7:30pm, this is another chance to watch a favourite panto with the family. Tickets are just £5 -

29th January | Chinese New Year Celebrations

On Sunday 29th January, Stowell Street and Bath Lane will come to life with dragon and lion dancers, fire crackers and children's entertainment including a Chinese market and fairground. 

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Let me know what you're up to this weekend. 



  1. Ahh! I saw the Circus of Horrors when I was a teen. Way back in the 90's and I loved it. It's such a fantastic show x

  2. A friend saw Circus of Horrors last year and it's def for age 16+ as it's a bit risqué!


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