Head to Berwick-upon-Tweed for live American wrestling action from the Worldwide Wrestling League, as seen on TV. Great fun for all the family, the matches will be filmed for the popular youtube show, W3L Wrestling Showdown. The event will be held at the Jubilee Centre, Highcliffe, Spittal, on Thursday 9th November. Doors open 6.30pm. First bell 7pm.
Newbiggin Maritime Centre is the venue for an Autumn Craft Fair on Saturday 11th November. The centre itself is an all-weather attraction, open throughout the year, and the town boasts the longest promenade in Northumberland. Find out about life in an historic fishing village and visit the Breakwater Café, which serves delicious local food and has lovely views over the bay. There’s also a children’s play park next to the centre and a sandy beach with rock pools to explore.
For a foot-stomping, fun night out, head to Creighton Hall in Embleton, near Alnwick on 3rd November. Baltic Crossing is a five-piece band made up of award-winning traditional musicians from Finland, Denmark and the UK. With Scandinavian fiddles, Northumbrian pipes, and a guitar and double bass rhythm section, Baltic Crossing’s blend of lively modern folk with a Scandinavian/Celtic feel, dynamic stage presence and funny anecdotes, all add up to a night that’s not to be missed!
If you love a Christmas Fair, Kirkharle Lake and Courtyard is the place to be on Sunday 12th November, with a range of local food and craft stalls in the indoor marquee. Kirkharle was the birthplace of Lancelot Capability Brown, the landscape artist once described as the Shakespeare of Gardening, and here you can find out all about the great man and his work, enjoy a walk around the lake, and explore the artists’ and designers’ studios within the 18th Century courtyard. And if you’re in need of refreshments, there’s also a first class café serving quality local food.