Wednesday, 19 October 2016

October Half Term - 5 Juice Festival Activities for Under £5

If you are looking for things to do in the NorthEast you should look no further than Sam at North East Family Fun, she really is the font of all North East knowledge she is also awesome at budget days out, we all know October Half term can be an expensive time of year. The weather isn’t always the best and with Christmas on the horizon, budgets often don’t stretch to big days out. Thank goodness for the Juice Festival which conveniently falls across October Half Term and is the chance for families and under 25’s to enjoy and explore art, dance, theatre, film, hip-hop and more.

Today Sam shares 5 Juice Festival Activities that are either FREE or under £5

Juice Festival 2015

Big Juice Family Day | Discovery Museum/Trinity Square | FREE
The Discovery Museum in Newcastle and Trinity Square in Gateshead are hosting a Big Juice Family Day on Saturday 22nd October from 11am-3pm. There will be lots of fun and exciting activities plus special preview performances from some special Juice guests. No need to book, just turn up. 

Six Legs | Gateshead Central Library |  £3
Gateshead Central Library will host this special performance on Tuesday 25th October which includes puppetry, performance and audience participation. Six Legs is recommended for children aged 4-7 years and lasts for 1 hour (performances are at11am & 2pm). Book online here.

Great North Explorers | Great North Museum (Hancock) | FREE
Simply turn up and keep your eyes peeled for some special pop-up performances around the museum throughout the day on Wednesday 26th October. The museum’s collections will be brought to life like never before.

The Big Juice Read | Newcastle City Library/Gateshead Central | FREE 
Head to Gateshead Central Library on Thursday 27th October between 2pm-4pm OR Newcastle City Library on Friday 28th October between 2pm-4pm and join in with their Roald Dahl celebrations. There will be themed crafts and activities plus workshops exploring the wild and wacky world of Roald Dahl. 

Downside Up | Northern Stage | £4
Downside Up is a unique opportunity to not only dance on the floor but also wrap yourself in cocoons and enjoy flying through the air on aerial trapeze. Watch dancers climb, fly and spin and then give it a go yourself at Northern Stage. You can take part on Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th October at 10am and 1pmFind out more and book here. 

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