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Prepare for a belta of a pub crawl in Newcastle

If you’re looking for a party, you’ve come to the right place. At Geordie Crawl we want you to come and spend a night with us in Newcastle. We’ll show you the best pubs, bars and clubs to hit and get you some top deals on drinks you won’t get anywhere else.

Geordies love a good time. Newcastle’s a party town. So let us show you round and we guarantee you’ll have the best night out in Newcastle there is.

Stag parties, hen dos or you and your friends are all welcome at Geordie Crawl. You don’t need an excuse for a party here in Newcastle.

Fancy dress is allowed too as long as you keep things respectable! Remember the no coat rule though*

To join Geordie Crawl or to find out more about our bar crawl games, call 0191 659 4239 or click here to email

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May 2017

List of facts you didn’t know about Newcastle

By |May 18th, 2017|Categories: Geordie|Tags: , , , , , , |

List of facts you didn't know about Newcastle

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Newcastle stands out for so many reasons, and even those who have only occasionally visited the city will know the main facts about the Toon town. However, there are plenty of interesting and unusual facts which you may not know about Newcastle, and some of these are outlined here.

For starters, let’s discuss Newcastle United, who have just sealed their return to the Premier League under Rafa Benitez. Obviously, this means that Newcastle were in the Championship (a competition that they won), English football’s second tier. However, it’s fascinating to consider that Newcastle have never dropped below this level at any point since 1893, when they first joined the Football League. Think about that: in all of the years that Newcastle have been around (they will celebrate their 125th anniversary this December), and the sudden splurge of teams being formed and the extension of the Football League pyramid, Newcastle United have always been in one of the top two leagues throughout their history, which even during their darkest days is a testament to the club and its players.

Next, you probably know that the Tyne Bridge is one of Newcastle’s most recognisable landmarks, but did you know that it cost £1,200.000 to build? That may not seem like a large amount in today’s economy, but consider that the bridge was officially opened in 1928. Therefore, factor in how much that would have been 90 years ago, and you get a fair idea as to the scale of the project and how important the bridge was considered. Fortunately, the hard work and high costs paid off, because the Tyne Bridge quickly became one of the most eye-catching bridges in the UK, and this remains the case to this day.

It wasn’t the first bridge to make its mark in Newcastle, though. That would be the High Level Bridge, designed by a man named Robert Stephenson and opened in 1849, pre-dating the Tyne Bridge by nearly 80 years. The High Level Bridge was actually the first road/rail bridge in the whole world. Not just the UK, but the entire globe. This demonstrates the significance attached to Newcastle, and how the city was at the cutting edge of transportation at the time.

Any students who have spent their studies up here will know about Newcastle University, but are you aware that our uni is one of the very best in the world? As a matter of fact, according to the QS World 2016 University Rankings, Newcastle University is ranked within the top 1% of all major universities worldwide, an incredible achievement and a sign of how well-educated our students are. Said students will also be aware that we have one hell of a student nightlife – the best in the UK – but as anybody who has been to Geordie Crawl will attest, you probably already knew that!

To finish off, here are some interesting facts about food and drink. Greggs bakery first opened in this region, opening its first branch in Gosforth way back in 1951. However, some of the UK’s biggest food and drink manufacturers gave life to several of their most popular products here, one example being Lucozade, which was invented by local chemist William Owen. Another is the chocolate bar Wispa, with Cadburys launching it in the North East back in 1983. Lastly, while Newcastle Brown Ale’s name obviously tells you where it originated, you may not know that it is actually America’s most imported British ale, so for the most popular and highest quality ale around, Newcastle Brown Ale is the best choice!

If you want to know more interesting facts about Newcastle which you can build a Toon town visit around, you can check out our website at geordiecrawl.com.

What To Do In Newcastle

By |May 18th, 2017|Categories: nights out in newcastle|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Newcastle is one of the most vibrant, busiest cities in the UK, and as you can imagine, there are plenty of exciting things you can do in the Toon town, some of which we have outlined here.

To begin with, football is one of the biggest passions that Geordies have, especially when it comes to Newcastle United. With Newcastle back on the rise following their recent promotion to the Premier League, what better time to go along to a game at St. James’ Park and be a part of the ongoing Rafa Revolution by watching Newcastle square up to the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool? For lifelong footy fans, we can promise you that few matchday atmospheres compare to the St. James’ Park experience!

If football isn’t your thing, perhaps music and live entertainment will be, and on a grand scale too. If that’s the case, then the Newcastle Metro Radio Arena is the place to be! As one of England’s top cities, Newcastle’s leading arena attracts the biggest names, whether it be big-name music acts such as Little Mix, John Legend and UB40, or leading comedians such as John Bishop and Michael McIntyre, or family-friendly productions such as Disney On Ice or WWE wrestling. Bear in mind that new acts are always coming, and that certain shows return on an annual or bi-annual basis, so you’ll never run out of potential shows to attend. If you’re heading up to Newcastle, check out the arena listings and time your visit with a fantastic show!

For the more cultured visitors to the city, there’s plenty of exciting attractions to visit. The Angel Of The North is one of Britain’s most recognisable landmarks, the largest sculpture in the county, and one of Antony Gormley’s finest works. Newcastle also has its fair share of art galleries (in particular Laing Art Gallery) and museums (such as Great North Museum), and returning to the subject of shows, Theatre Royal Newcastle has a plethora of superb theatre productions, from local performances to big-name nationwide tours. Newcastle’s theatre is one of the top locations to watch a stage show, and it has plenty of history, having opened its doors way back in 1837!

Lastly, there’s the nightlife of course! As one of the United Kingdom’s most popular destinations for a fantastic night out, Newcastle offers a ton of different clubs catering to all sectors, sexes and genres, allowing you to enjoy anything from a quiet drink at a local pub to a wild session at a late-night club. Of course, chief amongst those is our own venue Geordie Crawl, where we can guarantee that you’ll have plenty of excitement as you soak up everything that the Newcastle nightlife has to offer and far more!

Want to know more about exciting things that you can get up to in Newcastle? Check out our website at geordiecrawl.com!

Exciting Things to Do in Newcastle

By |May 16th, 2017|Categories: Geordie|Tags: , , |

Exciting Things to Do in Newcastle

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Newcastle is one of the most vibrant, busiest cities in the UK, and as you can imagine, there are plenty of exciting things you can do in the Toon, some of which we have outlined here.

To begin with, football is one of the biggest passions that Geordies have, especially when it comes to Newcastle United. With Newcastle back on the rise following their recent promotion to the Premier League, what better time to go along to a game at St. James’ Park and be a part of the ongoing Rafa Revolution by watching Newcastle square up to the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool? For lifelong footy fans, we can promise you that few matchday atmospheres compare to the St. James’ Park experience!

If football isn’t your thing, perhaps music and live entertainment will be, and on a grand scale too. If that’s the case, then the Newcastle Metro Radio Arena is the place to be! As one of England’s top cities, Newcastle’s leading arena attracts the biggest names, whether it be big-name music acts such as Little Mix, John Legend and UB40, or leading comedians such as John Bishop and Michael McIntyre, or family-friendly productions such as Disney On Ice or WWE wrestling. Bear in mind that new acts are always coming, and that certain shows return on an annual or bi-annual basis, so you’ll never run out of potential shows to attend. If you’re heading up to Newcastle, check out the arena listings and time your visit with a fantastic show!

For the more cultured visitors to the city, there’s plenty of exciting attractions to visit. The Angel Of The North is one of Britain’s most recognisable landmarks, the largest sculpture in the county, and one of Antony Gormley’s finest works. Newcastle also has its fair share of art galleries (in particular Laing Art Gallery) and museums (such as Great North Museum), and returning to the subject of shows, Theatre Royal Newcastle has a plethora of superb theatre productions, from local performances to big-name nationwide tours. Newcastle’s theatre is one of the top locations to watch a stage show, and it has plenty of history, having opened its doors way back in 1837!

Lastly, there’s the nightlife of course! As one of the United Kingdom’s most popular destinations for a fantastic night out, Newcastle offers a ton of different clubs catering to all sectors, sexes and genres, allowing you to enjoy anything from a quiet drink at a local pub to a wild session at a late-night club. Of course, chief amongst those is Geordie Crawl, where we can guarantee that you’ll have plenty of excitement as you soak up everything that the Newcastle nightlife has to offer and far more!

Want to know more about exciting things that you can get up to in Newcastle? Check out our website at geordiecrawl.com!

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