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Artist hopes exhibition will attract a legion of new followers

Pints will be swapped for paint when Middlesbrough’s former Royal British Legion Club is transformed into The Rainbow Room as local artist Hannah Campion serves up her first hometown solo exhibition and installation

Middlesbrough market cafe launches vegan menu

Dundas Indoor Market café Jean’s Kitchen has launched a new vegan menu in association with the market’s vegan business The Little Vegan Market.

Family Orchestra

A new inter-generational orchestra!

British Food Fortnight is being celebrated at a Teesside park

More than 40 food and drink stalls from across the region will be at Stewart Park Farmers’ Market on Sunday for a Harvest Festival. The popular annual event celebrates British Food Fortnight – a national project that shines the spotlight on the very best of British.

Marital Harmony at Middlesbrough Theatre

Singing couple bring award-winning playwright’s homage to the 1960s to Middlesbrough Theatre this Autumn season.

From The Jam: 40th Anniversary Tour

From the Jam featuring former The Jam bassist Bruce Foxton, legendary vocalist & guitarist Russell Hastings and drummer Mike Randon, are celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Jam’s debut album ‘In The City’ with a special series of shows.

MOBO award trio to grace Jazz Weekender

Artists tipped for some of the music industry’s most prestigious awards will be wowing audiences in Middlesbrough next month.

First look at the revamped Newham Grange Leisure Farm

A much improved Newham Grange Leisure Farm complete with new attractions has been unveiled for the summer holidays.

Rosalind’s Larder is among the Great Taste winners of 2018

Great Taste, the world’s most coveted food awards, which celebrates the very best in food and drink, has announced the Great Taste stars of 2018.

Watch England's key World Cup clash in Centre Square

Footie fans looking for an outdoor venue for England’s first World Cup knock-out game are invited to Centre Square.

Historic WW1 football derby gets a re-match – 100 years to the day

History repeated itself this week as two women’s football teams took to the field to commemorate a match which took place exactly 100 years ago.

Gabrielle becomes first author for new independent publisher

A Teesside University lecturer and acclaimed children’s author is dedicating her new book to her daughter and is determined for her to see a diverse range of characters at the forefront of adventure novels.

Town Hall hand-over marks end of major make-over

Middlesbrough Town Hall has been formally returned to the town following the biggest makeover in its 129-year history.

Brigade supports “Dying to Work” campaign

Cleveland Fire Brigade has pledged to support, protect and guide any staff diagnosed with a terminal illness.
 
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