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.
Newham Grange Farm
Newham Grange Farm reopening
The farm is back open! Oh how we have missed NGF. You can have a stroll around the Woodland Walk and see all the new spring arrivals! There's also a brand new bug hotel to check out - the Bee and Bee (get it?) and you can also sponsor one of their adorable animals! All tickets must be pre-booked.
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 email@example.com. 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.