Hack Your NE1 Weekend | 14 March - 15 March 2020
What a weekend!
Keep March rolling with another fantastic NE1 weekender!
SATURDAY 14 MARCH
Start the day with some coffee and breakfast at The Dispensary Coffee House on Heber Street! Known for its American-style pancakes and waffles, in addition to French toast and full English breakfasts, you’re bound to find something that takes your fancy here!
Don't miss Tyneside Cinema's live satellite screening of Met Opera: Der Fliegende Holländer! Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, this breathtaking opera is a must-see for opera-fanatics of Newcastle. Expect stunning sopranos and heartwarming themes in this spectacular German opera.
Fancy a pint?
Find some of the city's finest cask ales, whiskeys and beers at Lady Grey's, Shakespeare Street. Go here for a post- shopping trip pint, or a pre-theatre glass of the good stuff!
Add a bit of spice to your Saturday with a family trip to Akbars! Tuck into a giant naan, share tapas-style starters and tuck into some of the tastiest curries in the Toon. Delicious!
If you’re interested in seeing up and coming local talent before it hits the big time, head down to Think Tank? to catch Sunderland indie band, Docksuns. The energetic band will take to the stage, with support from White Collar Rebel and EMU. A must-attend evening of live music in NE1!
SUNDAY 15 MARCH
Head to Flat Caps Coffee for a cool caffeine fix this Sunday morning. Enjoy a refreshing stroll through the Toon and warm up with a cup of the good stuff. Sweet-toothed visitors can pick up sweet and savoury treats to get the day underway, too!
Get your Sunday culture fix over at BALTIC - boasting a number of inspiring exhibitions to get the mind working, including Judy Chicago's first major UK survey of pioneering feminist art.
Head to the Civic Centre between 10am and 4pm and you’ll find Newcastle’s Craft and Flea Market, featuring a range of independent makers and designers, selling their quality goods! Go here for vintage collectables, handmade treats and delicious Sunday street food!
For the perfect Sunday roast, take a trip to The Town Wall on Pink Lane. Go here for everything from Durham beef to Northumbrian lamb, served up with lashings of gravy, veggies and Yorkie puds!
See the weekend out with guaranteed laughs over at the Tyne Theatre & Opera House. Don't miss the chance to see 60s radio comedy classic, Round The Horne, performed live on an NE1 stage. Once attracting an audience of up to 15 million people every Sunday, the show still holds up today and is being brought to the stage by director, Tim Astley. Nostalgic Sunday fun!
Keep an eye out for our Get Into Newcastle magazine online and out and about in town, where you'll find a fun-filled weekend trail every week! Don't forget to let us know what you get up to on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook!