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Explore our jam-packed schedule of free captivating experiences to take part in.

'Where's Miso?' Challenge

Explore the intriguing world of misophonia with the 'Where's Miso?' challenge. Misophonia is a disorder that describes a decreased tolerance for specific sounds and stimuli. In this game, you must channel your inner detective and hunt for seven misophonia triggers hidden in a picture. Can you spot a person eating, a dog barking, or someone clicking a pen? Time how fast you can find all the triggers, and you could be in with a chance to win a prize.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Make a Mix and Match Animal

Let your imagination run wild as you create your own unique creature inspired by Thomas Bewick’s illustrations. Using templates and craft materials provided, mix and match to bring your fantastical animal to life.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6 to 12
  • Drop-in

Chemistry Smells

Get ready for a fun exploration into the world of smells. In this activity you'll get hands-on with different smells and learn about their chemistry. Your first challenge is to guess which household product each smell comes from. Then, pick your favourite scent and build a model of its molecule using Molymod© kits (just like Molecular Lego!).

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Prosthetic Arms: Bionics and Beyond

Curious about bionic arms? Join our interactive demo and you can control one yourself! Compete against friends and family using only a body-powered prosthetic device to guide you to victory. Learn about how bionic and body-powered devices work and why they're worn. All ages are welcome to come and learn about prosthetic innovations at Newcastle University.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Immersive Tree Lab Experience

Delve into the world of trees with our Immersive Tree Lab. Take part in a creative activity, listen to the secrets of the cherry tree with a special microphone, and uncover the interconnectedness of nature. Enjoy a day of exploration with friends and family, and take home a special memento of your experience.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 30 minutes Claremont Quad
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 1 to 16
  • Drop-in

Water in Our World: Making Water Work for People and Wildlife

Dive into interactive water-themed activities with community charity, Groundwork. Build your very own floating Lego ecosystem inspired by the one on the River Tyne. Discover the important work of wild oyster reintroduction in the North Sea. Learn how to manage rainwater in rivers and urban areas. Plus, explore more about watery wildlife through arts and crafts. 

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Our Beautiful Minds

Explore what a healthy brain looks like through fun crafts and fascinating brain facts. Discover how our researchers study dementia and develop treatments to keep brains healthy.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Street Science Busking

Spend time with our team of talented Street Scientists. Feel inspired and energised by this introduction to STEM. Watch as they bring science to life through interactive and exciting demonstrations.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 15 minutes King's Walk
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Walking in the Digital Era: What Can It Tell Us About Your Health?

Lots of people use digital devices to track their walking, like counting their steps each day. Join our healthcare scientists to explore how we measure your walks digitally. Find out what your walk can tell us about your health and wellbeing.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Colourful Chemistry

Explore chemical reactions, come along to this exciting science show and brace yourself for colourful demonstrations, whooshes and bangs!

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 12:00 - 12:45; 14:00 -14:45 45 minutes Bedson Building - Lecture Theatre 1
  • Performance
  • 6+
  • Booking required

Robot Relay

Ever fancied a career in robotics? Now you can test your skills in robot-handling. You and up to six friends can play the Robot Relay by racing to pass objects down a line using a toy robot. Our robot handlers are here to tell you how relay robots can be used in the real world. We'll even have a real, full-sized robot on display for you to check out.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

What does it take to be an Athlete?

How do you measure up against the world's top athletes? Take part in a variety of tests with Newcastle Sport and researchers from our Faculty of Medical Sciences to discover what it takes to excel in sports.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Percy Quad
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Juicy Genes: Exploring the Role of DNA and Epigenetics

DNA is the instructions inside our cells that tells our bodies how to grow and work. It's found in all living things, including plants and animals. DNA is very important because it holds the key to what makes each of us special and unique. But what does it look like? And why is something called epigenetics so important when fighting diseases like cancer? Come and discover this fascinating field of chemical biology and have a go at extracting DNA from fruit yourself.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Let's Build a Bridge

Imagine you're a bridge engineer tasked with designing a bridge across the Tyne River: can you build it using small wooden sticks? In this workshop, you'll design, build, and test a model bridge. Who will create the strongest bridge?

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:30 - 11:30; 12.30 - 13:30; 14:30 - 15:30 60 minutes Stephenson Building, Maker Space
  • Workshop
  • 12 to 16
  • Booking required

Equity Expedition

Explore equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) through fun games and activities. Have a go at our pop-up stand activities including 'fun with flags' and 'name the face', or take home activities and colouring sheets for later. Become an EDI champion for the chance to win prizes!

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Voice Vibes and Ingenious Ideas: Innovating Everyday Life

Join us and explore how everyday insights can kickstart exciting new innovations. Discover tech that uses emotions to generate insights. Win a chance to create your own 3D print. Take a walk with our Gita robot. Take part in interactive challenges. Could your next big idea emerge during a friendly game of Pictionary? Explore how everyday objects can evolve into personalised devices just for you. The possibilities are limitless!

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Sonic Pond-Dipping

Pond-dipping is a great way to learn about freshwater ecosystems. But did you know that an incredible soundscape hides beneath the water? Challenge yourself to a freshwater sound quiz, and discover the exotic sounds hidden all around us.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 12:00 (looped recording) Less than 15 minutes The Arches
  • Exhibition
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Mind-Controlled Machines

Controlling computers using your thoughts is no longer science fiction. This activity lets you experiment with neural interfaces: machines that communicate with the electrical signals in your brain and nerves. Turn your brainwaves into music. Control the movements of a friend. Join in the fun and learn more about how neural interfaces are helping to improve our lives.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Animal Emotions

Uncover the hidden world of animal emotions. Try and catch our (robotic) mice using humane, animal-friendly methods. Find out how the latest technology can help us understand how mice, dogs, chickens, and cows feel. We'll also show you how we can use our understanding of animal behaviour to improve how we treat animals.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Predicting the Future of Healthcare Activity

See if you can predict the future of healthcare with this exciting tabletop activity. Test your aim using scientific reasoning to find the right target. Succeed, and you could save lives with the help of emerging health technologies.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Bug-Busting in the Mouth

Did you know that there are over 700 different types of tiny bugs living in your mouth? Join a team from Newcastle University's Dental School and train to be a brilliant 'bug-buster' in this interactive activity. Learn all about how good bugs can help us, and how to keep your mouth healthy by fighting the naughty bugs that cause toothache.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Physiology and Me

Wearable health technology that measures heart rate and blood pressure is common nowadays. But how can we use it to lead healthier lives? Learn more about health technologies through tabletop games and activities.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Pickleball Fun

Join Newcastle Sport for a game of Pickleball! Pick up a paddle and have a go at the fastest growing sport in America. Play games of singles or doubles with family and friends.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Available all day Claremont Quad
  • Family fun
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Climate Change Catastrophe! - Film Screening

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to watch the award-winning short film 'Climate Change Catastrophe!' and talk about finding ways to respond to climate change with some of its creators. The screenings will be followed by a short Question and Answer session with some of the show's co-designers and researchers from Newcastle University.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 12:00 - 13:00; 14:00 - 15:00 60 minutes Armstrong Building - Room G.42
  • Workshop
  • 6+
  • Booking required

Marvellous Molecules and Medicine: Experiment Experience

Why do scientists always wash their hands? What do the different colours of the pH scale mean? These questions and more will be answered in our 'Marvellous Molecules and Medicine: Experiment Experience'. Join our scientists in a series of hands-on experiments and discover how our researchers investigate molecules and make medicines. You can even check on the results of your very own chemical reaction!

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Museum Exploration with our Experts

Join us for an adventure with our experts at the Great North Museum: Hancock. Meet real-life astronomers, enjoy shadow puppet storytelling and handle real and replica artefacts. Journey through Ancient Rome in 3D, learn more about glaciers and climate change, plus so much more.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 N/A Great North Museum: Hancock
  • Exhibition, Workshop
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Audio Universe

This is a planetarium show like no other. The soundtrack takes the lead role in this immersive and accessible experience, meaning it can be enjoyed through sound, not purely through vision. Listen to stars appear and hear the planets orbit around your head!

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 12:00 - 14:00 (looped recording) Less than 15 minutes The Arches
  • Exhibition
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Robo Rally

Do you think you're a better driver than a robot? Many people think that self-driving cars are too risky, and would prefer to put their trust in a human driver. Visit the Robo Rally Racetrack to compete against a self-driving car for the fastest lap time, and find out who comes out on top.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Soapbox Research

Get involved as our researchers transform parts of our University campus into an arena of learning and debate. It's an opportunity to learn from, interact with, and be inspired by some of our leading academics. No middleman, no PowerPoint slides, no amphitheatre. Our researchers are ready to amaze you their latest discoveries and to answer your burning questions.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:30 - 11:30; 12:00 - 13:00; 13.30 - 14:30 Less than 15 minutes Old Quad
  • Performance
  • 10+
  • Drop-in

Make a Kite

Design and make your own kite using eye-catching recycled materials. Led by artist Liberty Hodes, this creative activity is inspired by Brazilian kite flying.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 30 minutes Farrell Centre
  • Workshop
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Storytime Resting Station

Need a break from all the excitement? Visit our storytime resting area for a moment of calm. Join 'Community Storytime' sessions and 'Preschool Poets' workshops scheduled throughout the day. Learn about our research into how children learn language, and enjoy refreshments and art supplies.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Available all day Percy Building
  • Family fun
  • 1 to 12
  • Drop-in

Lego Engineering Workshop

Explore the world of engineering through our Lego Workshop. Design, build, and race your own vehicles while learning about STEM subjects in a fun environment.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 10:45; 11:00 - 11:45; 12:15 - 13:00; 13:15 - 14:00; 14:15 - 15:00; 15:15 - 16:00 60 minutes Armstrong Building - G13 Studio Space
  • Workshop
  • All ages
  • Booking required

Can we change your mind about pain?

Discover the mysteries of pain through sensory activities presented by our experts. Prepare for a new understanding of pain perception with real-life stories and fun activities.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Take a Guided Space Tour with an Astronomer

Go on an enlightening journey through space with a real-life astronomer. Explore interactive exhibits and learn about telescope manufacturing. Take part in discussions about the wonders of the universe with our experts.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 10:40; 11:00 - 11:40; 12:00 - 12:40; 13:00 - 13:40; 14:00 - 14:40; 15:00 - 15:40 40 minutes Great North Museum: Hancock
  • Exhibition
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Campus Treasure Hunt

Explore the campus and collect the letters to solve the puzzle! Discover University buildings and share your thoughts on the spaces you encounter. Spell the secret word and win a prize.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 30 minutes Campus-wide
  • Family fun
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Drop-in Art Workshops

Come along to the Hatton Gallery and have a go at stamp and block printing, as well as watercolour and ink drawing. Suitable for all ages, you can also take a look at the BA Fine Art students' exhibition while you're there.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 N/A Hatton Gallery
  • Workshop
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Seeing the Invisible in Space

Learn how astronomers see the invisible. Using special telescopes and cameras to detect light we can't see, you can explore how different colours reveal hidden secrets in space - like what stars are made of! Visit us to try out these special cameras and see the unseen for yourself.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Ladies of Midnight Blue: Musical Performance

Watch musical duet, Ladies of Midnight Blue, perform. A duo who mix Afro-Latin beats with brass instruments, they use percussion, brass, chants, and mbira to create energetic music and rhythm.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 10:30 30 minutes Hadrian Building
  • Performance
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Memory Matters

How important is your memory? Bring the whole family to play our games to test how good their memory is and find out more about how important looking after your memory is.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Foodie Fun Fair

Roll up, roll up - the 'Foodie Fun Fair' is in town! Join us for games and informative activities focussed on diet and nutrition, and discover how you can lead a healthy life through good nutrition.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Cell Detectives

Our team of scientists are here to take you on a journey through the human body and beyond. Have a go at using our specialised microscopes to look at cells, and discover the hidden appearance of everyday objects under a lens. You can even take science back home with you using silicone lenses for your phones.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6 to 12
  • Drop-in

Home from Home: A Portrait Exhibition

Every year, thousands of students from around the world study at Newcastle University. Visit our art exhibition to find out more about our global community, and the people who make this city their home away from home.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 N/A Armstrong Building
  • Exhibition
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Toon Tilt Pinball Game

Get ready for Toon Tilt: a dynamic pinball adventure celebrating the North East. Come with a friend to score big points and explore iconic landmarks on our collaborative pinball table. As you play, engage by answering questions about the region’s future. Don’t miss your chance to tilt, flip, and shape the future at this fun festival activity.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room, Hadrian Building
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

How to Survive the Apocalypse

Have you ever wondered how you might survive a zombie hoard or alien invasion? Or whether the strategies of movie and video game heroes would work in the real world? In this talk, discover lessons from our ancestors, including how can we use archaeology and science to tap into ancient knowledge. Could too much preparation be worse than none at all? How did people control fire before there lighters or matches? We'll take you through the various safety features of the ApocalypseTM.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 13:30 - 14:15 45 minutes Armstrong Building - Kings Hall
  • Performance
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Gravityscope: A Zero-Gravity Microscope

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in zero gravity? Do you think you could run a science experiment in space? We invite all future astronauts to come and try Gravityscope: a microscope designed to work in zero gravity. Then, use virtual reality to see what it is actually like to use Gravityscope on a real zero gravity flight.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Climate and Sustainability Action Showcase

Our scientists are passionate about our planet. Join in with our hands-on sandpit activity to learn how great sand is at preventing floods. You can even talk to the people leading our research on climate change and sustainability.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:00 - 16:00 Less than 15 minutes Lindisfarne Room - Tabletop Activities
  • Interactive/craft activity
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Sugarbugs Live! - An Interactive Musical

Sugarbugs Live! Mouths, Monsters, and Maths is an interactive musical show all about the monsters that live in your mouth, and the people that help you to look after it. This fun performance will make everyone watching work a little harder with their toothbrush and sing while they’re doing it. The best visit to the dentist you’ve ever had!

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:30 - 11:00 30 minutes Armstrong Building, King's Hall
  • Performance
  • 1 to 12
  • Drop-in

Draw Me Newcastle Workshop

Do you have a favourite spot in Newcastle? Why is it so special? Inspired by 'Lawnouli Beirut', a colouring book about the city of Beirut created by graphic artist Michèle Standjofski, this workshop will invite participants to draw their special place in the city with the help of a local artist.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:30 - 11:30 60 minutes Farrell Centre
  • Workshop
  • 6 to 12
  • Booking required

Story of the Earth Show

Experience the thrilling story of our planet, from its beginnings 4.6 billion years ago to the present day. Witness a variety of exciting experiments, including dry ice and fire hands, as we journey through Earth's history together.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:30 - 11:15 45 minutes Bedson Building, Lecture Theatre 1
  • Performance
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Code and Race a Lego Robot

Take your Lego skills to the next level with our robot building workshops. With challenges aimed at different age groups, you can build and code your robots to move, speak and flash lights. For those with more advanced skills there's the chance to use more complex coding to programme and then race your robots! Who will code the best robot racer?

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:30 - 11:15; 11:30 - 12:15; 13:00 - 13:45; 14:15 - 15:00 45 minutes Armstrong building, Armstrong Reception Rooms and Lounge (G.70)
  • Workshop
  • 6+
  • Booking required

Marvellous Microbes

Journey into the marvellous world of microbes. Listen to stories about the strange and amazing microbes that keep us alive, make us sick, and help us solve our trickiest problems. This workshop will include storytelling alongside fun and creative activities. You will also meet scientists who use microbes in their work.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 10:30 - 11:30; 13:30 - 14:30 60 minutes Armstrong Building - Room G.17
  • Workshop
  • 1 to 12
  • Booking required

Music by Remy CB

Enjoy a fantastic performance by Newcastle University alumni, Remy - accompanied by his talented band. A blend of soul, rock and pop, listen to Remy's remarkable vocal range, intricate guitar work, and beautiful song writing.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 11:30 - 12:00 30 minutes Armstrong Building - Kings Hall
  • Performance
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Performance by A M 8 E R and special guests

Lose yourself in music with a performance by Newcastle University final year music student, Amber, and fellow musician, Liam Oliver. A talented singer-songwriter, she's working hard on her new album, "Tell it to the Sea" - drawing inspiration from nature for her songs. Operatically trained, listen as she sings beautiful ballads and R&B tunes.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 12:30 - 13:00 30 minutes Armstrong Building - Kings hall
  • Performance
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Comics Draw-A-Long

Ever wanted to sketch your own one-page comic strip with help from a local comic artist? Join us for an interactive workshop where you will learn about urban comics from the Global South.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 13:00 - 14:30 90 minutes Farrell Centre
  • Workshop
  • 12 to 16
  • Booking required

We Are So Much More

Discover the stories of people in the North East living with physical and mental health conditions in 'We Are So Much More'. This exhibition of recordings seeks to tell their stories in their own words.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 14:00 - 15:00 (looped recording) Less than 15 minutes The Arches
  • Exhibition
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Multiverse Lab

What is the health or social care breakthrough you hope to see in your lifetime? Multiverse Lab is an exhibition created by Unfolding Theatre and health organisations across the North East - including Newcastle University. It makes communities’ voices heard, to shape the future of health and social care research. Listen to what they had to say - in their own words.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 15:00 - 16:00 (looped recording) Less than 15 minutes The Arches
  • Exhibition
  • 6+
  • Drop-in

Everyone Can Sing!

Join us for a workshop and performance celebrating the magic of singing and making music. Experience pieces performed by Newcastle Youth Choir, Newcastle University's New Vocal Ensemble, and Alumni Choir Vox Populi. You'll even have the chance to join in. Research has shown that singing is beneficial for our health. Come take part in the joy of singing together.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 15:00 - 16:00 60 minutes Armstrong Building - Kings Hall
  • Performance
  • All ages
  • Drop-in

Heroes in Heels: A Drag Castle Extravaganza

Step into a world of fun with our cast of drag heroes as they become iconic figures from across the ages. From animated superheroes to famous popstars, 'Heroes in Heels' is a celebration of joy, acceptance, and staying true to yourself. Experience an unforgettable journey through time that will leave you cheering for more.

Date Time Duration Location
Saturday 8 June 2024 16:15 - 17:00 45 minutes Armstrong Building, King's Hall
  • Performance
  • All ages
  • Drop-in