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Rage Room Experience Newcastle upon Tyne



Smash Space - Rage Room Newcastle

Smash Space opened to the public in July 2021 bringing the first rage room to Newcastle.


After seeing ‘rage rooms’ all over the UK, Andy Reynolds launched Smash Space, ‘ a safe environment where people can let out their stresses of day to day life’.

A rage room, also referred to as a smash room, is a safe space where groups and individuals are free to vent their anger by destroying their surroundings.

Rooms contain items such as plates, televisions and glass bottles that customers can smash using the tools also supplied.

In addition, Smash Space also offer a smash lane, art launch and plan to launch an escape room.


In a statement they said: “We wanted to diversify the concept of Rage Rooms by including Smash Lanes and Art Launches so that there is something different for everyone to have a go at.

“Our premises is set up to optimise the experience for everyone.

“It provides an opportunity to participate in a new and fun activity into the ever-growing leisure market.

“The company is a small business with few employees which allows us to maintain a high level of customer satisfaction and allows us to maintain our core values at all times.

“All of our staff are trained in personal safety and first aid to create a safe environment where people can relieve stress and anger.”

According to Vice, the first rage room was opened in Japan and have since spread rapidly across the globe.

Smash Space is open to the public between 4pm and 8pm Wednesday to Friday and 2pm to 8pm Saturday and Sunday.

Sessions cost £26.50 and last 15 minutes. Groups up to four people are welcomed.


There is currently an offer on where you can get your rage room experience for just £22.50, click here!


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National Cinema Day: This is how movie-lovers can see top films for £3 this weekend



This weekend, more than 600 cinemas across the UK will offer discounted tickets to celebrate National Cinema Day!

The day itself, which is used to celebrate the experience of watching films on the big screen, has allowed companies to find a reason to drop the cost of tickets significantly.

National Cinema Day 2022 will take place on Saturday, September 3.

The majority of major cinema companies across the nation will be taking part in the day with chains such as Cineworld, Odeon, and Vue getting involved. Small and independent cinemas will also be taking part in the festivities.

Regardless of the film being shown, the format or time, all tickets cost £3 throughout the day. Participating cinemas may, however, charge an additional fee for particular premium screenings or other elements of the experience such as 3D screenings.

Film fans will be able to watch blockbusters such as Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick and Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train as well as top kids franchises such as Minions: The Rise of Gru or DC League of Super-Pets.

Some cinemas, such as Sunderland’s Empire Cinema will also be showing a special 40th anniversary screening of E.T while top films this year such as Elvis and Thor: Love and Thunder.

Full screening information can be found on your local cinema’s websites!

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Greggs and Just Eat launch free sausage roll giveaway for Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend



Greggs has teamed up with Just Eat to offer customers free sausage rolls in time for the Queen’s big Jubilee weekend. Between tomorrow (June 2) and Sunday (June 5) anyone ordering a Greggs – which is based in Newcastle from Just Eat will receive a free sausage roll or vegan sausage roll, when they spend £10 or more on food or drink!

Better still, sausage roll fans will be pleased to know that the big Jubilee weekend also happens to coincide with National Sausage Roll Day on Sunday, making it the perfect excuse to bag yourself one!

“A national icon with the power to unite Britons up and down the country, the humble pastry is set to claim a starring roll in the Queen’s big weekend,” Greggs said in a statement.

Separately, JustEat is offering a 20 per cent discount on all orders from restaurtants with the word “royal” in their name. To claim this, use the code “ROYAL20” at checkout.

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Storm Arwen causes chaos after a week from hell for Northumberland Zoo.




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Northumberland County Zoo faced a stressful week and a half after having to close due to the storm

You can get HALF PRICE family tickets for the zoo here:

Facing strong winds, power cuts and flooding, the zoo have finally been able to reopen again to the public (15th December).

The family run zoo based at Eshottheugh Farm near Felton fell short when two of its backup generators failed leaving them with no power.

The Met Office reported that Arwen charged speed at 98mph in Brizlee Wood, Northumberland making it one of the most powerful winter storms of the latest decade.

Good news has been reported that all the animals made it through the storm with little detriment.

Maxine Bradley, Zoo Curator, explained they do put plans in place for extreme wind conditions, “but you don’t make them for that extreme.”

“It’s been especially stressful for the keepers who work with these animals every day and build relationships with them. To see them looking so feeble because it’s so cold is horrific.”

The power outage started on Saturday evening after a telegraph pole was reported to have caught fire in the car park.

With reptiles and amphibians needing external heat sources to remain warm, Maxine said “If they don’t have heat they’ll just shut down.”

The need to find new homes for the cold-blood animals until the storm passed proved stressful for the workers.

Northumberland County Zoo also encountered difficulty trying to get in touch with Northern Powergrid with three days passing before power was restored.

The electricity board distributed an apology statement to its customer’s explaining some parts of their network was also affected.

Artic Foxes Hamish and Dougal sadly had their home wiped out by a tree and will therefore need an indoor home in the future for safety measures.

The storm additionally damaged the entrance, soft play and café were all flood creating an unfortunate expense.

The reopening of the zoo should see faces walking through the door in the run up to Christmas for a family day out. The park currently has 17 acres for visitors to explore with over 100 species of animals to see. 

You can get HALF PRICE family tickets for the zoo here:

The wildlife park opens at 9:30am every day.

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