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Jun 172015
 

Home > Tyne & Wear > Newcastle upon Tyne

The Hoppings Newcastle upon Tyne Town Moor

The Hoppings is an annual travelling funfair held on the Town Moor in Newcastle upon Tyne, during the last week in June. It is one of Europe’s largest travelling funfairs with over 300 rides and attractions.

The Hoppings starts on Friday 19th June 2015 until Friday 27th June 2015 with the official launch at 1.30pm on Saturday 20th June. On Friday 19th June The Hoppings is open from 1pm until 10.30pm, on Sunday 21st June The Hoppings is open from 1pm. From Monday 22nd until Friday 26th June it opens from 2pm and on Saturday 27th June it opens from 1pm.

If you’re travelling to The Hoppings from our bed and breakfast accommodation the closest Metro station is West Jesmond which you can reach directly along the yellow line from our closest station South Shields. If you are driving to The Hoppings there is on-site car parking for £3 per day.

Each ride at The Hoppings is individually priced but you can use the discount vouchers below to save 30p off any child ride price and 50p off any adult ride price.


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May 302015
 

Home > Tyne & Wear > North Shields

North Tyneside’s Mouth of the Tyne festival takes place on Friday 10th July, Saturday 11th July and Sunday 12th July 2015 live at Tynemouth Priory. The line-up for this years event includes Motown legends Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, 80’s chart regulars The Christians, Acid Jazz funksters James Taylor Quartet, Ben Ottewell from Gomez plus North East new-folk pop group Kosoti and Whitley Bay singer songwriter Olivia Devine.

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A full copy of the festival program can be viewed or downloaded below…

The festival features Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott with special guests I Am Kloot on Friday 10th July 2015. Performing together again Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott will bring songs from their new Top 3 album What Have We Become and a massive back catalogue of Beautiful South and Housemartins tunes.

Manchester band I Am Kloot are Mercury Prize nominees and have 7 studio albums to their name since forming in 1999. With a new live album released in April and a new recording on the horizon for 2016.

You can see Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott performing live at the Glastonbury festival here…

On Saturday 11th July 2015 The Specials with very special guest Roots Manuva will be performing. The Specials transformed British pop in the late Seventies and early Eighties, mixing ska with punk and humour. Since reforming in 2008, the band has enjoyed sell-out tours all over the world and remain one of the most distinctive British bands performing today with infectious energy and an amazing following.

British hip hop artist Roots Manuva has been announced as very special guest of The Specials for their Mouth of the Tyne Festival show. The South London rapper is a MOBO Award Winner and Mercury Music Prize nominee and is considered one of the most exciting, multi-faceted lyricists and musicians working in the UK today.

You can see a video of The Specials performing live here…

On Wednesday 8th July Rufus Wainwright, the internationally-renowned singer, who Sir Elton John calls ‘the greatest songwriter on the planet’ will be performing at the Whitley Bay Playhouse.

On Thursday 9th July 2015 Whitley Bay’s own Lisbon play a homecoming show at the Whitley Bay Playhouse hot on the heels of a fantastic 2014 that saw them make the Radio 1 playlist with their song Blue Love.

On Friday 10th July 2015 Italian-English singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti will be performing at the Whitley Bay Playhouse. His unique raspy vocals and memorable melodies make him one of the hottest tickets around. Support comes from Gizmo Varillas.

You can buy your tickets online here or by telephone 0191 200 5895.


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May 022015
 

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Mambo Wine and Dine Winchester Street South Shields NE33 2PS Exterior

Mambo Wine and Dine is a Mediterranean restaurant and cocktail lounge located less than five minutes walk from our bed and breakfast accommodation in South Shields, ideal if you’re looking for an evening meal within close walking distance during your stay with us. Mambo Wine and Dine is located at 18-20 Winchester Street, South Shields, NE33 2PS. To book a table you can telephone them on 0191 454 1618.

You can see our close proximity to Mambos Wine and Dine on the map below…

Mambo Wine and Dine Winchester Street South Shields NE33 2PS Map

Mambo Wine and Dine opened on 28th April 2015 and is a sister restaurant of Mambos Italiano which opened in 2010 at 3 St Hilda Street, South Shields, NE33 1QD. Mambos Italiano focuses on Italian cuisine and is five minutes walk from our bed and breakfast accommodation. Their second sister restaurant Mambo II which opened in 2012 on Prince Consort Road in Hebburn which also serves Italian cuisine.

Mambo Wine and Dine Winchester Street South Shields NE33 2PS Interior

If you are thinking of dining at Mambo Wine and Dine on Winchester Street in South Shields you can see all their menus here…


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May 012015
 

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Shields Ferry River Tyne

Summer river trips on the river Tyne start next month, running from June to October 2015. There are many different trips to choose from and are a unique way to view some of the historic sights along the banks of the Tyne and to see the modern new developments taking shape along the river.

The three hours river trips sail between South Shields and Newcastle upon Tyne, as far as Newcastle and Gateshead quaysides where you will get to see and sail under Gateshead‘s iconic Millennium Bridge. The two hour river trips let you take in the monumental landmarks of the surrounding local areas of North and South Shields and sail out towards the piers at the mouth of the river Tyne.

Entertainment is provided on many of the river trips with something to suit all the family from live river commentaries, sing-a-longs to fish & chip trips – all of which are regular features of their scheduled summer programme of events. A variety of children’s entertainment also runs throughout the school summer holidays.

New for 2015 there is ‘live music and entertainment’ with some great bands to suit all tastes, guaranteed to liven up your weekends!

You can read and download both the family fun on the Tyne river trips and evening River Cruises brochures here…

The cruises start in June but tickets are available to purchase from today here. The full list of river Tyne trips in date order is here…

Sing-A-Long-The-Tyne – Sunday 7th June 2015 – Carol Lee
A fun and cheerful afternoon sing-a-long session with some musical nostalgia.

Cabaret On The Tyne – Friday 12th June 2015
Drag artist ‘Miss Felicity’ won’t spare you any blushes with her risqué performance whilst female vocalist Melissa Cavanagh will delight you with her show stopping songs.

Live music on the Tyne – Terry Slesser – Saturday 13th June 2015
Internationally recognised from his early days with bands Becket and Back Street Crawler, vocalist Terry is also very well-known on the local scene.

Sing-A-Long-The-Tyne – Friday 19th June 2015 – Carol Lee
A fun and cheerful afternoon sing-a-long session with some musical nostalgia.

Afternoon River Trip – Sunday 21st June 2015
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on the board the ferry and listen to a fascinating live commentary, brought to you by John Grundy.

Fish & Chips – Sunday 28th June 2015
Indulge in some finger-licking style fish and chips as you watch the Tyne sail by.

Afternoon River Trip – Sunday 5th July 2015 – Tommy Procter
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on board the ferry and listen to a fascinating live commentary.

The Troubleshooters – Friday 10th July 2015
Deka, Butsy and Big Mac make up this three piece local North East Band.

Animal Encounters – Sunday 19th July 2015
Bring the children along to pet our cute and cuddly (or even scary!) animals.

Ollie’s big boat party – Tuesday 21st July 2015
Meet ‘Ollie’ a larger than life cheeky orangutan!

Sounds Of Swing – Friday 24th July 2015
Sail into the night with the romantic sounds of Anthony Haslam.

Victor the Veteran – Sunday 26th July 2015
Join the Roman army! Dress as a Roman soldier, find out how they lived and be recruited into the army.

Sing-A-Long-The- Tyne – Tuesday 28th July 2015 – Al Ritchie
A fun and cheerful afternoon sing-a-long session with some musical nostalgia.

Animal Encounters – Friday 31st July 2015
Bring the children along tp pet our cute and cuddly (or even scary!) animals.

Afternoon River Trip – Sunday 2nd August 2015 – John Grundy
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on board the ferry and listen to a fascinating live commentary.

Tony Junior’s boat of fun – Tuesday 4th August 2015
An all-action, jam packed, fun-filled afternoon.

Afternoon River Trip – Sunday 9th August 2015 – Tommy Procter
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on board the ferry and listen to a fascinating live commentary.

Ollie’s big boat party – Tuesday 11th August 2015
Meet ‘Ollie’ a larger than life cheeky orangutan!

Animal Encounters – Friday 14th August 2015
Bring the children along to pet our cute and cuddly (or even scary!) animals.

Afternoon River Trip – Sunday 16th August 2015 – John Grundy
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on board the ferry and listen to a fascinating live commentary.

Tony Junior’s boat of fun – Tuesday 18th August 2015
An all-action, jam packed, fun-filled afternoon.

Victor The Veteran – Friday 21st August 2015
Join the Roman Army! Find out how they lived and be recruited into the army.

Live music on the Tyne – Terry Slesser – Saturday 22nd August 2015
Internationally recognised from his early days with bands Beckett and Back Street Crawler, vocalist Terry is also well-known on the local scene.

Animal Encounters – Sunday 23rd August 2015
Bring the children along to pet our cute and cuddly (or even scary!) animals.

Fish & Chips – Friday 28th August 2015
Indulge in some finger-licking style fish and chips as you watch the Tyne sail by.

Quayside Night Lights – Sunday 30th August 2015
See the colourful twinkling night lights on Newcastle-Gateshead’s quaysides.

Afternoon River Trip – Sunday 6th September 2015 – John Grundy
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on board the ferry and listen to a fascinating live commentary

Kenny The Sax & Suzie – Friday 18th September 2015
With Suzie on vocals and Kenny playing the flute, penny whistle and bagpipes.

The Gaslighters – Saturday 29th August 2015
A great all round bunch of entertainers. The musical diversity of this local five piece band will appeal to the masses.

Afternoon River Trip – Sunday 20th September 2015 – Tommy Procter
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on board the ferry and listen to a fascinating live commentary.

Fish & Chips – Friday 25th September 2015
Indulge in some finger-licking style fish and chips as you watch the Tyne sail by.

Bessie & the Zinc Buckets – Saturday 26th September 2015
Prepare for some rockabilly mayhem with this effervescent bunch!

Sounds Of Swing – Friday 2nd October 2015
Sail into the night with the romantic sounds of Anthony Haslam.

The Gaslighters – Saturday 3rd October 2015
A great all round bunch of entertainers. The musical diversity of this local five piece band will appeal to the masses.

Our bed and breakfast accommodation in South Shields is approximately ten minutes walk from South Shields ferry landing where the river Tyne river trips depart and return to.


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Apr 302015
 

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Sunderland's Adopted Warship HMS Ocean

Sunderland‘s adopted warship HMS Ocean will be visiting Sunderland this weekend.

HMS Ocean and her crew were granted Freedom of the City of Sunderland in 2004 and she last visited the city in 2012. If you’re staying with us this weekend and would like to go and see HMS Ocean in Sunderland it is 15-20 minutes drive from our bed and breakfast accommodation in South Shields.

HMS Ocean is due to arrive at the mouth of the river Wear at approximately 2.30pm and is due to berth at Corporation Quay opposite the National Glass Centre in Sunderland at approximately 3pm on Friday 1st May 2015 for her eighth visit to the city.

A 300 person freedom parade is due to set off from Burdon Road in Sunderland at 11am on Saturday 2nd May with a service at the War Memorial before the parade commences. The parade will then proceed to Fawcett Street, High Street West and Market Square before returning to Burdon Road past the war memorial.

HMS Ocean is open to visitors at Corporation Quay opposite the National Glass Centre in Sunderland on Sunday 3rd May 2015 from 1pm until 6pm and again on Bank Holiday Monday from 11am until 5pm.

You can see a short video about HMS Ocean here…


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