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What's On Newcastle: March Round Up

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Spring hasn’t quite sprung yet but soon the city will be in bloom – and just in time for a fresh batch of exciting events to enjoy in our beautiful surroundings here in Newcastle. We take you through some of the events you may want to add to your list.

Little Green

If giving up bad habits for lent hasn’t quite gone to plan, new vegan restaurant Little Green in Sandyford may be able to help you pick up a few positive habits in time for spring. Not only does this family owned restaurant serve up delicious plant based dishes such as Kimchi pancakes and nourishing soup bowls, whilst you’re there you can also pick up some raw food and a range of ethical health products and even a yoga session. They also have a fully fledged eco shop on site so you can pick up a range of sustainable products from their refillable eco station whilst you are there. Whatever your plans, you are guaranteed to leave Little Green with a warm fuzzy feeling.

Check out the menu here.

St. Paddy’s day Celebration at your SU on 17 March

Join us at the Student Union to celebrate Paddy's day in style on Sunday the 17th. The day will include inflatable games, face painting, good music and Guinness. Don’t forget to pick up something tasty at one of the street food stalls. Yum!

Just remember to bring your student card as this is an exclusive, student only event.

The House on Cold Hill: 18-23 March

Many of us spent many an hour this year hiding behind the sofa whilst watching Netflix hit the Haunting of Hill House. If you were one of them, then you might just be brave enough to visit the Theatre Royal to witness a similarly ghostly tale live on stage. The House on Cold Hill tells the tale of the Harcourt family who move into a dreamy Georgian mansion only to discover it to be more of a paranormal fuelled nightmare.

This is bound to be a frighteningly good watch as it’s written by No.1 bestselling author and crime writer, Peter James.

Tickets start from £14.50. Find out more here.

24 Hour Party People: An Evening of Madchester & 90s Indie: 22 March

Fans of 90’s Indie will want to head down to Wylam Brewery on the 22nd of March as they will be hosting a nostalgic 24 hour party people themed night of music!

The night will include Indie anthems from the likes of Joy Division, the Happy Mondays, the Charlatans, The Stone Roses and of course, Oasis. If this sounds like fun to you, make sure you and your pals grab a ticket here.

Tickets are £11 and the event starts at 7pm.

Nish Kumar: It’s In Your Nature to Destroy Yourselves 22 March

On the 22nd March, rising star and beloved British Stand-up Comedian, Nish Kumar will be delivering his unique brand of dry and witty humour to audiences at the grand Tyne Theatre & Opera House. His nationwide tour, “It’s In Your Nature to Destroy Yourselves” is named after a quote from Terminator 2. Expect talk about politics, humanity’s capabilities for self-destruction and a lot of laughs along the way.

Tickets cost £23 plus booking fees. Find out more here.

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