What's on this Week!

NUSU building view from the front What's On

Monday 11th June

NUEL CS:GO Online Tryouts (7pm)

Newcastle University Gaming Society are hosting tryouts on the society’s discord at 7pm, 11th June. Simply sign up here and be online ready to go! Find out more.

Thursday 14th June

FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 (Luther’s)

The World Cup is finally here! And here at Luther’s we are showing EVERY SINGLE match! We will be running competitions throughout every match, score some goals in our half time penalty shootouts and all with the chance of winning FREE bottles of bubbly! So be sure to head down for a couple of pints whilst watching the football event of the year in our very own bar! Find out more.

World Cup Screening Live from Times Square (Match Times, Times Square, Newcastle)

Soak up the atmosphere in the sunshine on the big screens in Times Square. All games will be shown and England matches will be ticketed, so be sure to grab yours before they all go. Find out more.

Friday 15th June

NUGGS present Peter Pan (7:30pm, St Peters Church)

Written and directed by Sophie Cooke, a society member, this production of Peter Pan takes a new twist on the classic tale. Find out more.

Saturday 16th June

Soapbox Science Newcastle 2018 – Volunteers needed! (12pm -3pm, Grey’s Monument)

Are you passionate about science? Do you love talking to the public about science? If so, you’ve got the makings of a Soapbox Science Volunteer! Interested? Find out more here.

Monday 18th June

The Great Exhibition of the North (9am, Newcastle Gateshead)

The Great Exhibition of the North is set to be the largest event in England in 2018. The arts and cultures event will tell the dynamic tale of the North celebrating its innovators, artists and designers who have shaped our culture. But the exhibition needs you! They are searching for a strong team of volunteers to help run the event. Interested? Find out more.  

Wednesday 20th June

Help for Heroes Bag Pack

Can you spare a couple of hours to help out at a bag pack for a great cause? If yes, then find out more here.

Friday 2nd June

The Hoppings Fun Fair (Town Moor)

The world’s biggest travelling fun fair returns for its 135th year! From classics like the ghost train to thrill-seeking rides such as The Claw, there is something for everyone! Find out more.

Saturday 23rd June

The Living Library (12pm, Multi Lingual Library)

Do you enjoy talking to people? Do you have a story? Come and become a ‘book’ in our library! The Living Library offers you the chance to share your story to a group, contributing to enriching our cultural knowledge’s and aiding our futures! Find out more.

Monday 25th June 11

Hairspray the Musical (7:30pm, Theatre Royal) 

The hit musical returns to the Toon! Set in Baltimore, USA 1962, Tracey Turnbald dreams of becoming a dancer. Watch her follow her dreams and use her new-found fame to fight equality and become one of the nicest kids in town! Find out more.

Thursday 28th June

The Cyclone Festival of Cycling (Newcastle)

The Cyclone Festival returns to the North East this month, with 4-days of events to get you out and about on your bike. From leisurely rides along the Quayside to the National Road Race Championships, there is something for everyone of all abilities and ages. Find out more.


Other News

NUSU to remain out of NUS

The vote was close with 52% voting to remain out of NUS with 48% voting to re-affiliate.

Christmas Opening Hours

Those of you sticking around Newcastle this Christmas might want to know when the NUSU building closes its doors...

Top 5 Do's and Don'ts of socialising at Uni!

While it is easy to make friends at uni, it is just as easy to lose them when we forget some
socializing rules. Building genuine relationships comes from making an effort to listen,
respect, and support another person. Here are some basic rules of how to socialise while at
Uni to make new connections.

Beating the blues: 5 post-year abroad tips for getting back into university life

You went on a year abroad? You should’ve said!!! Joking obviously, you deserve to talk about it all you want, you studied/worked hard? Right? Well even if you did spend the vast majority of your year laid on a beach somewhere, sangria in hand, the simple fact that you now owe 4 years of student loans warrants you the right to talk about it all you want.

Upcoming Live Events

Our classic, underground vibe has provided the perfect backdrop to some of the UKs finest musical talents (1975, James Bay, George Ezra and Machine Head have lit up the stage in recent years) while we also play host to some of the most action-packed club nights in town.