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One of ballet’s greatest love stories, Swan Lake, is returning to Sunderland Empire’s stage this March.
Settle in for a romantic fable of ill-fated passion as the Royal Ballet Sinfonia perform a treat.
No 2 Church Lane is a chilled-out venue where you can have an amazing meal or just enjoy a few bevvies with friends!
With over 50 beers and 20 burgers to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Located in the beautiful Minster Quarter of Sunderland.
Calling all guitar heroes! Showcasing everything from electric guitars, to effects pedals and loudspeakers, this musical extravaganza is for all you guitar fans out there.
Whether you’re looking for a new hobby, need to upgrade that dusty old amp or just want to immerse yourself in the world of all things strings, the North East Guitar Show is the one for you. Don’t miss it.
Viva La Coldplay
Settle in for a night of all things Coldplay!
The Saltgrass is famed for hosting seriously-good tribute bands, but we have a feeling this tremendous night of legendary tunes could top the lot.
Expect all the classic, Coldplay chart-toppers during a night that will have you up and out of your seat from start to finish.
Renowned for plating up fresh local produce, D’Acqua restaurant focusses on the best of English, French and Italian cuisine in the heart of Sunderland.
Set in the Grade II listed basement of the old Sunderland and South Tyneide water board, it stands out from the crowd with its unique menus, cool ambience and fab service.
What happens when two sets of parents meet up to deal with the unruly behaviour of their children? Time to find out!
God of Carnage at the Royalty Theatre has won the Olivier Award for Best Comedy and the Tony award for Best Play and is coming to Sunderland this March – don’t miss it!