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Staff Family Pantomime: Goldilocks & The Three Bears

The Great Hall


Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Saturday 17 December in the Great Hall, Sutherland Building from 2pm – 4.30pm (performance will start at 2.30pm).

Why are we hosting this event? 


Christmas events for children are popular and sell out quickly; they are usually expensive too. This event is one of the University’s responses to the cost of living pressures facing our staff. Tickets, refreshments and car parking are free and we hope many of you will come along.

What will happen at the event?

We will be serving festive drinks and snacks. There is no seating plan (the children will sit on the carpet) and the performance will be a relaxed style. You must stay with your children for the duration of the event.

Who can come to the event?

The event is being offered to colleagues who work at Northumbria University. You may bring children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews etc. It is not age-restricted but is likely to be suitable for younger children.

How do I get tickets?

There are plenty of tickets available, but they will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Bookings will close one week before the performance, on Friday 9 December.



Event Details

The Great Hall
Sutherland Building
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne


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