Round Up Of Next Weeks Events And Things To Do!


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We have taken a look around the area to find things happening for you to try out this next week, kids maybe at school but we still have a few ideas for you and theres also a MASSIVE weekend coming up in Stewarts Park that you MUST get in to your diary.


Acklam Library

Monday 8th June 2015

Read Regional

Enjoy an evening with two of this year’s Read Regional authors. Tim Leach retells the story of Croesus in The Last King of Lydia, a richly imagined world, full of vivid description, action and thought provoking ideas. Lauren Owen’s novel The Quick is set in a vividly imagined Victorian high society. It is as much about the brilliantly researched period detail as it is about the horror at the heart of this society’s darkest secret.

This is running from 7pm to 8.30pm and will cost £5.00.


Beechwood and Easterside Club

Wednesday June 10th 2015


If you are a member of this club then you know that this week is their great show of the month. For the great price of £3.00 you can be entertained by a band called The Stones who promise to bring some great tunes. There will be bingo, raffle and with a great ambience you are guaranteed a great night.

Please contact the club direct on 01642 314545 to find out more details.


Middlesbrough Theatre

Thursday June 11th 2015 to Saturday June 13th 2015.

April In Paris-Romantic Comedy Theatre

April in Paris at Middlesbrough

If you enjoy theatre and watching some great romantic comedy then  Reform Theatre Company/Harrogate Theatre and Middlesbrough Theatre present April in Paris.

The story is as follows:

“Al and Bet’s relationship is on the rocks. He has recently lost his job; she works in a shoe shop and can only dream of a better life. But things are about to change….

When Bet wins a romantic night in the city of love, Al wonders who she’ll take along!  Resigned to taking her husband, they are soon both up to their necks in culture, croissants and champagne. The bright lights of Paris rekindle their relationship, but the reality of returning home always looms large”

Tickets are Tickets £13/Concessions £11. Matinee £7.50.

Be aware this play contains strong language.


These are just a good little introduction to next weekend which has some FANTASTIC things coming to Middlesbrough for children and for adults..please read on !!


Middlesbrough Town Hall

Saturday June 13th 2015

Patrick Monaghan-Entertainment at its best!

Patrick Monaghan at Middlesbrough Town

One of the areas favourite sons is bringing a great mix of humour to the well established Town Hall venue. Patrick Monaghan has been on Celebrity Squares, Lets Dance for Comic Relief and Splash and is introducing a brand new family show which promises some great interaction with the crowd.


The show starts at 8pm and scheduled to end at 10.30pm, then why not drop into town and enjoy a few bevvys in some great pubs to end the night?

Tickets – £14.00 / £12.00 concs + fees
Age – 14+ only event
Tickets from 01642 729729 or

Stewarts Park

Saturday June 13th 2015

Summer 70s LIVE!-With Sister Sledge!


We cant wait to here how this show goes! Following on from the popular Ormesby Hall 70s event, the organiser for this Jimmy Wattis is aiming to bring Middlesbrough back on the map with this amazing live show.
From 4pm to 11pm there will be some groovy  acts such as Abba Arrival and a Freddy Mercury tribute which will then build up to the main event-the fabulous Sister Sledge will be  ensuring our feet never stop moving as we dance along to their greatest hits.
The opportunity to dress up and reminisce about times gone by has never been so appealing.
General admission is £29.50 or you can obtain VIP ones which are £49.00 and can be purchased at Middlesbrough Box Office on
This is an over 18s event and if you are deemed to be under 18, there will be NO refunds.
You are unable to take drinks along to the event so please do not try and sneak a few bevvies however The Event Manager UK is giving a free pint to attendees. Prices for a drink will be around £3.50 which for a day of this kind is actually a pretty decent price.
If you have been fortunate enough to get tickets for this, would LOVE to see your pictures!!

Stewarts Park

Sunday 14th June 2015

Super Sunday Showtime.


Super Sunday Showtime

Following on from the amazing 70s, the park is also holding a family event which will feature appearances from Make My Day Events who are renowned for their fabulous Youtube video of their superheroes dancing along to UpTown Funk.

Theres a lot going on, balloon modelling, facepainting and the chance for you and your child to dress up as your favourite princess or superhero.

At 11am there will be a Pop Princess party where you can sing along to some great tunes with the guys on stage, at 11.30am watch superheroes have a good old dance off and from 2pm there will be the amazing Forever Frozen!

For tickets, you can call:
Middlesbrough Town Hall Box Office on 01642 729729
Stewart’s Park Visitors Centre on 01642 300202

They are also available at Middlesbrough Council Leisure Facilities.

Online, please visit

For more information, call us on 01642 200833.


The Masonic Hall-Middlesbrough

Wedding Fayre

Sunday June 14th 2015

Wedding Fayre at Middlesbrough Masonic

Are you looking to  get married and need some tips then why not visit the Masonic Hall on Roman Road where Tees Valley Wedding Services  will be on hand with a  host of other highly recommended wedding suppliers to offer advice.

The Masonic Hall is also a popular event to hold a wedding so also why not view this as a possible location? Masonic Hall is also the perfect setting for any occasion whether it be a wedding, a christening, birthday party or even corporate events.

It can comfortably seat up to 120 and has car parking and disabled access

A fully licensed bar and entertainment permit.

Pop down and be inspired!


This is the end of the round up for this week, if you know of any events we have missed or you have something coming up which needs promotion then please inbox us on our contact page. You can also DM us on Twitter at user @whatsoninboro or drop by the popular Facebook page