Monday Digest: What's On In NE1 This Week?
Whether it's Sunday-funday with the kids, a delicious wine dinner or an unmissable music event, we've got you covered with this week's best bits in NE1. Grab your diaries and your big red pen!
MONDAY 8 - SUNDAY 14 OCTOBER 2018
THE LOVELY BONES
Tuesday 9 & Saturday 20 October
Alice Sebold’s much-loved novel, The Lovely Bones, is transformed into a heartfelt stage show, telling the unique coming-of-age tale of life after loss, that captured the hearts of readers throughout the world. Created by award-winning playwright Bryony Lavery, it follows young Susie Salmon as she watches over her family as they to try to adapt to life after her passing.
FOOD & DRINK >>
Saturday 13 October
Start Saturday in style with a ski-inspired trip to Antler, at 55 Degrees North. Go here for live sports, drinks and lunchtime bites - as well as hearty breakfasts to kickstart your weekend! An apline treat in the heart of the city.
WHAT CAN YOU SEE DEEP IN THE SEA?
Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 October
Start Saturday and Sunday with your sprogs at Seven Stories, where children's book author and illustrator, Piotr Karski, will help them explore just how amazing the big blue sea really is! Time to discover the species from the darkest depths of the ocean...
Monday 8 October
American songstress Jess Williamson, arrives at The Cluny, ready to treat fans to her heartfelt musical tales about new love, lost love and the ups and downs of life. See her live on stage at The Cluny, where she’ll be performing tracks from 'Cosmic Wink' - her third album, which came together in the midst of a series of transitions in her personal life. Get yourselves along and lose yourselves in her emotional tunes.
Monday 8 - Saturday 13 October
Get yourselves along to the Theatre Royal to see actors, Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer in their brand new stage comedy, telling the story of former drama students, Gary Savage and Hugh Delavois. Both in their 60s, Gary and Hugh are reunited on an Icelandic wasteland on the set of a fantasy movie. Sparks fly inside the trailer as old wounds are opened and outside things are not going to plan. A funny, lively play not to be missed!
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