Are you ready to make some more memories? Now that things are starting to look a little bit more ‘normal’ we’re excited to tell you about upcoming events in Middlesbrough!
Restrictions are still in place around the country and each event and venue will have its own Covid-19 safety guidelines. We recommend you check directly with venues before visiting or booking events to see what their guidelines and restrictions are.
Fun filled and chilled yoga classes for kids in the summer holidays with Yoga Mike! Learn some cool Yoga poses through stories, songs and games at the Dorman Museum. A new yoga adventure will take place every Thursday from 22nd July - 26th August and will include discovering some amazing unseen objects from the museum collection. Sessions available for children age 5-7 and 8-11. Tickets are £7.50 per child or £30 for a bundle booking of all six adventures.
Get your glad-rags back out Pipsters, your favourite event is back! Food, drink, music and entertainment, it's fun for all the family and everyone is ready to see your big Pip smiles. Enjoy the 'welcome back' festival vibes in Centre Square from 12-7pm.
Outdoor theatre season
Middlesbrough Theatre and friends are delighted to present a season of open-air theatre. From family friendly fun to modern classics, don't miss all the fantastic shows to be enjoyed in the great outdoors in Middlesbrough Town Hall Courtyard and at Newham Grange Farm. Tickets are on sale now and more details, including age guidance, can be found on the Middlesbrough Theatre website.
Musinc - music sessions for young people!
From Monday 19th April Middlesbrough Town Hall are restarting face-to-face music sessions for young people across Middlesbrough from all walks of life. If you'd like to get involved email firstname.lastname@example.org. MONDAYS Music Technology and instrumental session for neurodiverse young people aged 16-25 years, 5.30pm – 7pm Singing, 5.30pm – 6.30pm (online available) TUESDAYS Songwriting, 8-13 years: 5.30pm – 6.30pm, 13-18 years: 6.30pm – 7.30pm (online available) Rap/MC, 8-13 years: 5.30pm – 6.30pm, 13-18 years: 6.30-7.30pm (online available) Cajon, drumming, intermediate ukulele and other instruments, 5.30–7.30pm (online available) Beginner ukulele & general musicianship, 5.15pm – 6pm (online available) Bandjam, 6-8pm: band based music activities for ages 12+ If barriers exist that might prevent young people from taking part, whether they are practical or psychological, the team are proactive about addressing this and encourage you to contact them. All activities are free for those who need it to be. Most sessions are also available to access online too.
The Two Fridas
The Two Fridas is a beautiful dance, music and theatre performance that tells the story of two incredible female artists: Frida Kahlo and Amrita Sher-Gil. Enjoy the family-friendly performance in Albert Park from the fabulous Billingham International Folklore Festival of World Dance in collaboration with Balbir Singh Dance Company. Under 12s go free, bring your own chairs or blankets and see you on Saturday 7th August at 6.30pm.
Super Spies at the Dorman Museum
The Super Spies need your help to solve their latest case. Join in with the fun interactive challenges during the online performance and then pop along to the Dorman Museum to follow the trail. Aimed at ages 5-11 but all family members welcome, the event runs on 31 July at 12pm and 4 August at 12pm and tickets are £6. *Please note that if you're unable to get to the Dorman Museum for the trail, you can still join in from home with games, videos and activities that are all spy-themed.