Events in Newcastle

Events in Newcastle
Newcastle is a diverse city with a rich history and culture and is the sixteenth biggest city in the UK. It was named after the castle built in 1080 by Robert II, the Duke of Normandy and son of William the Conqueror. Settlements in the Newcastle areas date back to Roman times.

Corporate events in Newcastle
Newcastle is a very popular destination for corporate events of all types. We are very often in Newcastle running a wide variety of corporate events including team building, It’s a Knockout, Family Fun Days, theme nights, casino nights and corporate days. 

Newcastle's excellent choice of venues make it very popular with conferences.

Team building in Newcastle
Our most popular team building events in Newcastle include the Crystal Collection, Krypton Factor and our Olympics inspired Battle of Olympus. Popular indoor team building events in Newcastle include the Masterpiece Challenge and Commercial Teambreak. We are often asked for a range of evening events in Newcastle too including Pub Olympics, quizzes, theme nights and casino nights.

Event venues in Newcastle
There is a fantastic choice of venues in the Newcastle area suitable for just about every type of event you can imagine. From hotels across the whole range right up to 5*.

Newcastle United’s football ground offers spaces for larger groups up to several hundred. For really large events, the Newcastle Exhibition Centre offers spaces for up to 7,500 and Newcastle Metro Arena can cater for just about any event size.

Call us now on 0114 270 0330 to discuss your requirements for your event in Newcastle. Alternatively, visit our contact us page.

Where is Newcastle and how do we get there?
Newcastle is located in the north east of England close by to Sunderland, Durham, Middlesbrough Hartlepool and Darlington.  The main road links include the A1/A1M to the south towards Leeds and the A1 and A68 towards Edinburgh. To the west the A69 connects to Carlisle and the M6 to the south. The A69 also links to Manchester and the A74M north towards Glasgow.

Newcastle has its own airport offering flights to the UK and Europe and is also on a busy mainline between London and Edinburgh. 

Its train station has regular departures for Glasgow, Carlisle and Plymouth and also offers inks to the whole of the UK.

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