Friday, 30 March 2018

Things to do this weekend in Edinburgh, New York, Northumberland, Leeds and London

Not sure what to do this Easter? Here are a few ideas of things to do this weekend if you live in or near Edinburgh, New York, Northumberland, Leeds and London:


This is Edinburgh with Edinburgh Rugby
 
 
Challenge Cup Quarter Final 2018
Edinburgh Rugby face Cardiff Blues in Quarter-Final clash this weekend
There’s just under a week to go until the highly anticipated European Challenge Cup Quarter-Final! The knock-out match sees Edinburgh Rugby host a home Quarter-Final for the second year in a row, as they take on Cardiff Blues at BT Murrayfield on Saturday 31 March (5.45pm kick-off).
As the match falls on Easter weekend, the capital club are also running Edinburgh’s European Egg-Chase! Each day, Edinburgh will be posting video clues from their players relating to secret locations across the city, where there will be a hidden Edinburgh rugby ball with a pair of tickets to the Quarter-Final. The first person to find a ball will then send Edinburgh Rugby a selfie in the location by emailing info@edinburghrugby.org, and the tickets will be posted out to you! Keep an eye on their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram now for the daily clues!
Join Edinburgh on Saturday 31 March against Cardiff Blues in a battle for a place in the Semi-Finals! We recommend booking your tickets early, giving you the chance to pick the best seats in the house!
Visit edinburghrugby.org to book your tickets online now.
 
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Good Late Evening New Yorkers,
Love fried chicken? Then you'll love our fried chicken sandwich guide. We've picked the best of the best, we're cluckin' sure of it. πŸ˜‹πŸ—πŸ₯ͺ
The New York Subway system: transportation service for over one billion people a year, yet constantly in a state of disarray. What does the future look like for the train system that never sleeps? Time tickers and WiFi are just the tip of the iceberg.
The fashion industry, filled with models and glamour and creative genius. What most of us don't think about is the time and hard work it takes to get there. Nick takes us through the day in the life of an FIT student.
We can't stop listening to: Price is Right by Mr. Popular.
Need a break? Challenge yourself to the Missile Game.
Cluckin' Good
Fried chicken is an American staple, but the fried chicken sandwich is a stroke of genius.
Check out our guide from everything from traditional buttermilk fried to ghost pepper aioli.
We've found the best the best, we're cluckin' sure of it. 
Ride On
The New York City subway has definitely seen better days. Over a century old and servicing an average of over a billion people a year, the subway is in dire need of repair.

Good thing the MTA is in the midst of a major system overhaul.

Read to learn more about open car trains, train tracks that recycle energy, and the station wifi. 
Sew Chic
Vogue Magazine, Fifth Avenue, New York Fashion Week, in the city we're exposed to the creme de la creme of the fashion world.
What does it take to get there?

Nick takes us through a day as a fashion design major at FIT.
Rise and Grind
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Drink Up
Baseball season is starting, and Citi Field's is greeting the season with the opening of a new Mikkeller brewery.

Not only will the brewery serve the brand standard juicy IPAs and heavy stouts, the location will also be a home to innovation and experimentation.

With flavors like vanilla berry smoothie stouts and lime Pilsner, craft beer lovers are rejoicing. 
Smell The Roses
Macy's annual Flower Show is back in full force. This year's theme is "Once Upon a Springtime," so expect fairytale scenes with flowers galore.

Ready to stop and smell the roses? The flower show will be on display at the Herald Square Macy's until April 8th.
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Imagine a farmers' market right in your home!
Green Chef sends premium organic ingredients and imaginative new recipes each week, so you can feel great about what you cook and how it got to your table.
They make unexpected gourmet recipes easy and fun to cook. Give it a try and get $50 off your first order now!
Think Green
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It's hard to not be aware of your environmental impact in 2018. Oftentimes, being environmentally conscientious means high prices, but it doesn't always have to.

Drift focuses on providing power from the lowest sources of renewable energy possible.

Meaning you can have Earth, and your blow dryer too. 
Food Happy
Love Shake Shack?

Probably not as much as this guy. After taking a bite, Marcus yelled so loudly the entire establishment fell to a silence.

Funny enough, he only had positive things to say. 
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Easter at Alnwick Castle

 

Tomorrow we open our doors for an exciting new season of magic and adventure. Visitors this weekend can enjoy our world famous Broomstick Training sessions, craft with The Company of Artisans, medieval alchemy from Dr John Greene, free film location and grounds tours, medieval dress up, Dragon Quest and much much more!!


And if that’s not enough you can now save 10% when you buy online!

 
 
 
Alnwick Castle
Alchemist doing an experiment
Alnwick Castle Dining Room
 
 
 
 
 
Children flying broomsticks
Broomstick Training
Daily
Join our resident wizarding professors and take part in one of our famous broomstick training sessions
Find out more
 
Dragon breathing fire
Dragon Quest
Daily
Join forces with Harry Hotspur and the Dragon Catcher to battle mystical forces, conquer challenging obstacles and come face to face with a terrifying Dragon.
Find out more
 
Tour guide talking to group
Alnwick 'On Location' Tour
Daily
Hear behind-the-scenes filming anecdotes as an entertaining costumed guide provides you with an engaging tour of the cinematic locations within its walls.
Find out more
 
Crafts with Company of Artisans
Crafts with The Company of Artisans
30th March - 3rd April
Enter the bustling marketplace of Artisans Courtyard and take the opportunity to get hands-on with some of the best artisans in the country!

Find out more
 
Medieval Alchemist
Medieval Alchemist 
30th March - 3rd April
Meet Doctor John Greene, the (allegedly...) celebrated medieval alchemist, with lots of peculiar apparatus and bizarre materials!
Find out more
 
Peterkin the jester
Peterkin the Jester
3rd - 5th April
Meet the traditional English Fool who 'hath not so much brains as earwax' - high jinks all round from a madcap medieval fool.

Find out more
 
Potter- inspired Characters
Potter-Inspired Characters
4th - 7th April
Put on your best robe and meet characters inspired by the magical world of Harry Potter! Please note this event is not associated or endorsed by Warner Bros. or J.K Rowling
Find out more
 
Falconary
Raphael Falconry
7th - 10th April
Step into the world of medieval falconry with two of the country's finest historical falconers.

Find out more
 
Laughing Jesters
Jesting with Zooted 
11th - 14th April
With a hilarious blend of comedy, TRICKERY, fire-eating and sword-juggling, Zooted never fail to entertain and amaze.
Find out more
 

To find out more about any of the events listed above, or to view the full 2018 programme of events click below
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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WIN an unforgettable trip to London, backstage passes to Buy Yorkshire & tickets to Leeds International Festival...
   
 
 
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This week...
 
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5 Things to Do This Weekend


Wondering what to do this weekend? What's On by Country & Town House is here to help.

We bring you the hottest events and culture in the town and country this Easter Weekend – including a new exhibition,
Beatrix Potter at Kew and a brand new
episode of the What's On podcast...

Enjoy!
 
 

London Exhibitions

 
1. Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics, Design Museum
Invigorate your senses with this colourful representation of politics and public engagement. The Design Museum’s latest exhibition explores how graphic design has played a crucial role in dictating and reacting to the major political moments of our times.
read more >>
 
2. Charles I: King and Collector, Royal Academy
For the first time since the 17th century, the RA's exhibition sees the reunion of artworks that once made up Charles I’s collection. Make sure you see it before it ends next month – luckily, we’re giving C&TH readers the chance to win 4 tickets followed by a meal at Le Caprice – enter here.
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3. Happy Easter!

 

Chiswick House 

This Easter, Chiswick House and Gardens celebrate the women that played an important role in the estate's history. There’s plenty to see and do for all the family, including Easter tea, crafting and a rather special tour...
 
 

Last Minute Easter Eggs

It's not too late to treat family and friends to the most eggs-travagant, eggs-cellent, eggs-traordinary luxury chocolate eggs around. Check out our round-up for some egg-stra special Easter treats. 
 
 

Beatrix Potter at Kew

Head to Kew Gardens for a day out with Peter Rabbit and other Beatrix Potter characters this Easter weekend. Plant seeds, fashion your own rabbit ears and create monster vegetables, all in the garden’s fabulous surroundings.
 
 

For Culture Vultures

 
4. The What's On Podcast
The third 'What's On' podcast episode sees us exploring themes of women, power and gender roles, in an episode dedicated to events celebrating the 100 years of suffrage.
Subscribe here for audio tours of the best of British. 
 
 
5. The C&TH Guide to Hay 2018
The jewel in the UK’s literary festivals’ crown, Hay Festival has just announced a star-studded line-up for 2018.
We curate a selection of the top talks to attend, including Rose McGowan, Michael Gove and Chelsea Clinton...
 
 
 
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Check out the latest news from Leeds Golf Centre for this month
 
 
Welcome to Leeds Golf Centre's March Newsletter
 
JUNIOR CAMPS
 
Over the Easter holidays, bring the kids down to our Junior Camps. We run these from Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm over the holidays and your kids will learn about all aspects of the game of golf through fun activities and friendly challenges.

It’s £40 per day, or £180 for the full week so you can choose when your kid takes part depending on your schedule!
 
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TIGER CUBS
 
Our Tiger Cubs sessions are back on 1st April and we want to welcome a whole new set of juniors to the squad.

Every Sunday, from April to October, we hold our friendly Tiger Cubs competitions which allow youngsters to build up their handicap and skills, and also play for trophies and prizes throughout the season.

It’s £10 per session, or £175 to become a full Tiger Cubs member for the year. This price includes a Tiger Cubs Shirt, hat, entry to all competitions for the season, and use of The Oaks Par 3 course to play and practice whenever you wish.
 
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Tiger Cubs
 
 
 
New stock in the pro shop!
WE'VE GOT NEW STOCK IN THE SHOP

From Ted Baker to Ecco, and FootJoy to Adidas, we’ve got a lot of new stock in the shop to keep you fashionable on the green and playing at your best every day!
 
 
Come and check the new stock out today!
 
 
 
LADIES ACADEMY OPEN DAY
 
Ladies & girls, come down to our friendly and welcoming open day for beginners on Sunday 8th April where you can learn more about putting, chipping, and the long game in a supportive and fun environment.
 
Girls Beginners: 10am-1pm
Ladies Beginners: 2pm-5pm
 
The best part? It’s totally free!
 
 
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Ladies Academy Open Day
 
Up To Scratch
 
Do you want to improve your golfing skills? If so, get involved in our Up To Scratch course which starts this June. There’s also a chance that you could win your place for free too when you sign up!
 
Speak to the team to find out how to get involved.
 
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WE HAVE A NEW DEFIBRILATOR
 
A Sudden Cardiac Arrest could happen to anyone at any time and that’s why we’ve installed a new defibrillator on site. If deployed in time, this piece of equipment could save someone’s life.
 
Download our defibrillator guide here.
 
 
BOOK YOUR GOLF SESSIONS VIA THE BRS APP

Not only can you book your tee time on our website, you can also book via the BRS mobile app. This makes it easier for you to book your session and enjoy a game of golf at Leeds Golf Centre.
 
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Anything Could Happen @ Seven

If you can't wait for the Easter break, you are probably too busy.

One for the children on Easter Sunday, 1 April, 1-2pm, Anything Could Happen. Improvising children’s ideas on the spot and bringing their stories to life before their eyes is the essence of this show. Engaging, creative and hilarious, join us to see what stories your children have to tell. Suitable for 4 – 12 year olds. £3 on the door.

On Tuesday 3 April, 7.30pm, it is CafΓ© Economique – Councillors and Governing in a Complex Environment.  Prof Colin Copus, of De Montfort University of Leicester, will explore how local government exerts influence over the local economy, the actions it can take, the alliances it must forge and the limitations on its ability to direct the development of the local economy. £4 on the door.

On Wednesday 4 April, 8pm, Irish Arts Foundation, in collaboration with Irish Film London, presents In the Name of Peace : John Hume in America.Inspired by Martin Luther King, rising from the riot-torn streets of Northern Ireland to enlist American Presidents from Carter to Clinton, this is the story of the extraordinary work of Nobel Prize-winner John Hume to harness and leverage US support to help to secure peace in Ireland. Free event.

Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip is back on Friday 5 April, 8.30pm. It’s an incredibly daft, joyful, and sometimes poignant affair, as Mik tumbles around the stage, spluttering lyric’s, occasionally tripping over leads, and sprinkling the audience with straws, whilst the elegant engine room of Benson Walker & Jonny Flockton hold down the melodies. £10 adv / £12 otd. Doors 8pm.

On Saturday 7 April, 2.30pm, is the first Bengali movie to be screened in Leeds, Meghnad Badh Rahasya. This is a crime thriller in which famous writer, Professor Asimavo Bose, disappears under mysterious circumstances. Directed by Anik Dutta. With subtitles.£9 adult, £6 child.

On Sunday 8 April 1.30-4pm, JazzLeeds presents Jon Shenoy’s “Draw by Four”. Draw By Four takes the classic 60s organ quartet into brand new territory where the compositions from leader Jon Shenoy mix contrapuntal bass lines and rhythmic hooks with thoughtful lyricism. £10 /£8 conc.

And rounding off the weekend at 8pm, don't forget the Sunday Quiz, tonight compiled and compered by quizmaster supremo, Roger Hunter. Free with raffle and prizes.

Tickets for most events are found at  www.ticketsource.co.uk/sevenleeds/events Where not sold out, tickets are always available on the door.

Every £ spent at Seven helps support high quality arts in a local setting. We look forward to seeing you at Seven very soon.




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All or Nothing - The MOD Musical
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1965. A new phenomenon erupted out of London’s East End.
It was the essence of all that was cool. It was Mod.
All Or Nothing– The Mod Musical follows the rise and
demise of Small Faces, the band who encapsulated all that
was mod – a unique blend of taste and testosterone, clothes-
obsessed and street-wise – but most of all, a dedication to
rhythm ‘n’ blues.
This stunning new home-grown musical celebrates the unique
mod sound including an arsenal of brilliant hits like Whatcha
Gonna Do About It, All Or Nothing, Tin Soldier, Lazy Sunday,
Here Comes the Nice and Itchycoo Park.
Having played to packed houses and standing ovations across
the UK, All Or Nothing – The Mod Musical is home in London,
playing a limited season at The Ambassadors Theatre from
28th March until 2nd June 2018.
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