Your Personal Stag Do Expert
Organising a stag do can be a very stressful business, and if you get it wrong you're going to look like a right chump. All our customers get their own personal stag do manager, who will be able to give you advice on what will work best for your group, is on hand to answer any questions you may have, and make sure the stag do is a complete success.
Manage Everything On Your Phone
When you submit an enquiry, we create your own personal stag do area. You can view and edit your event, invite guests, see who paid what and when, get maps, directions and a whole host of other things to make your life simple!
Newcastle’s party spirit is the stuff of legend, with warm-hearted locals keen to clink pints and have a proper belta time.
Newcastle In a Nutshell
- Industry, Victorian architecture and palpable Northern pride.
- An entertainment powerhouse, with hometown heroes like Cheryl, Sting and Rowan Atkinson.
- Electrifying football fandom and roaring stadiums filled to capacity.
If there’s one thing the world can learn from Newcastle it’s how to let your hair down. The Geordie nation has some of the best nightlife in the UK, making it one of our most popular UK stag destinations and a prime spot for stag weekends on home turf.
Party animals rave through the madness of Bigg Market, while long summer nights are best spent on Osborne Road, with merry patrons spilling out into the fairy light-fringed streets. For a taste of that unashamedly coatless Geordie spirit, the Diamond Strip is the whole VIP package.
More about Newcastle ▾
As the disco lights fade, Newcastle shines in all its historic glory. The Castle (from which it gets its namesake) is an 1800-year-old witness to Roman and Norman conquest, facing the ‘Tyneside Classical’ buildings of Grainger Town and Grey’s Monument. Grab a pasty from Gregg’s (which was established in Newcastle) and wander through to St James’s Park, home of Newcastle United football club. Come nightfall, the seven Tyne bridges light the path to Blackfriar’s Restaurant: a 13th-century friary housing the oldest dining room in the UK. Honour your hosts with a Newcastle Brown Ale and let the good times roll.
Read more in ourNewcastle Stag Guide.
The Top Neighbourhoods in Newcastle
Newcastle is a lively, vibrant city full of friendly locals and a buzzingnightlife. Whether bars, shops or seeing the sights are your thing, there are plenty of neighbourhoods with something fresh to offer and they are well worth a visit.
The Diamond Strip is Newcastle’s place to see and be seen, packed full of some of the most exclusive bars and nightclubs in the city. Visit House of Smith for a touch of sophistication, Florita’s for some Miami heat and Madame Koo’s to party like a celebrity. You may even clink glasses with the cast of Geordie Shore.
This charming stretch is full of boutique shops, coffee hubs and trendy restaurants, making it a favourite with Newcastle’s hip young things. Catch a show in the Theatre Royal, gaze at the iconic Grey’s monument and take in the impressive Georgian architecture as you wander down to the River Tyne. A great place to start the night with some craft beer.
This location is for all of the culture vultures out there, with regular exhibitions at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, performances at the Sage Gateshead concert hall and treasure-hunting opportunities at Quayside Market on Sundays, all set against the flowing River Tyne. Come here in summer and lay a blanket on Newcastle’s very own beach, Quay Seaside.
No frills, no shame, no danger: Bigg Market is a raucous corner of Newcastle, where you can dance like no one's watching and enjoy some of the cheapest drinks in Toon. Filthy’s makes for a lively Irish pub night, big up the cheap drinks and cheesy tunes at Popworld and flex that muscle-tee while holding a beer tankard at Stein Bierkeller. When the party’s over, cross the street to admire the impressive St Nicholas Cathedral. Fun fact: Bigg Market used to house Newcastle’s first (and only) zoo.
Beer gardens, boutiques and Newcastle’s coolest crowds are all found in Jesmond, a popular place to mix and mingle. Come summertime, Osborne Road is the place to soak up the party atmosphere, with people gathered outside pubs and in parks while music blares for the world to enjoy.
Top Stag Ideas in Newcastle
Sprinkle some Geordie spirit on your stag do with these top activities, guaranteeing a proper belta time.
- Watch a Newcastle Match On Home Turf
Join the Toon army tocheer on the boysin black and white at the historic St James' Park. Warm up with a game offoot golfbefore the big match: an activity that has you play a round of golf by kicking a football into each hole.
- Get Wet and Wild On the Tyne River
- Shoot to Thrill
- Embark On a Legendary Night On the Toon
Experience the cream of Newcastle’s nightlife aboard a double deckerParty Bus, complete with sound system, drinks and guest list entry to three stellar nightclubs.
- Go Off The Beaten Track
- Ale, Kebabs and Glory
Battle your friends in The Geordie Games: Newcastle’s own spin onIt’s a Knockout, featuring cracking silly fun like Geordie Ale Run and Kebab Shop Duel. If you have a head for heights, take on the tree top assault course atHigh Ropes.