Dodgeball has bounced its way over from America to Newcastle. Tougher, meaner and way more competitive than the city’s beloved football, this sport makes grown men sob like little girls. Which makes it perfect for a stag party. Bullying, intimidation - both are fine in dodgeball. Stags get into teams and face off in games where mercy is for the weak. You will go up against the opposition in a tournament with lots of different dodgeball games. Instructors will explain everything and get the games underway. Whether you actually pecker-slap the opposition like Dodgeball’s Patches O’Houlihan is entirely up to you!
Anyone can dodge a ball. It’s how fast you do it that matters. There are no excuses in this game. No one cares about your dodgy back or knee injury - this isn’t St James’ Park! Playing in two or more teams - depending on the size of your stag party - you’ll start off with traditional dodgeball. After that, your host will mix things up with variations like ‘British Bulldodge' and ‘Gang Up on the Stag’.
If you’re looking for stuff to do on a hangover in Newcastle, dodgeball is ideal. Stag night hangovers will be sweated out in seconds. Forget scoffing a full English at a cafe in trendy Jesmond. What you need is sweat, taunting and competitiveness! It’s the only way to get the boys back on form after a very messy night on Bigg Market or the Diamond Strip if you’re a posh lot.
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Planning a stag night in Newcastle? Want an easy life? Go up to the North East’s party capital with a 2-course meal and club entry already sorted. Dodge the ball ache of finding somewhere to eat with room for the whole group on a Saturday night. After dinner, get the whole group into a quality club with no hassle from the bouncers. Job’s a good ‘un.
Get the whole stag party round the table for the groom’s last supper! The restaurant serves generous portions of tasty man food. Tuck into classics like chicken wings with sticky BBQ sauce, giant onion rings, bangers and mash, chilli hot dogs, big boy burgers, and fajitas.
When you’ve licked the plates clean, check out the venue’s swanky themed rooms. Get acquainted with the city’s lovely lasses in the tiki bar and the Ibiza-inspired white room before hitting the club.
The location’s spot on. The venue’s a stone’s throw from St James Boulevard and intu Eldon Square, so you won’t have far to stagger back to the hotel when it’s time to crash.
With grub and club already paid for, you won’t have to mess about splitting the bill or break a note to get into the club. Just turn up, eat, and get on it. That’s how you do a stag night in Newcastle.
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Your mission - should you choose to accept it - is to book two nights’ accommodation in Newcastle. Say balls to it, give us the job instead and save yourself a load of time, stress and cash. We know the Newcastle city centre hotels and hostels that will accept stag parties, charge reasonable rates and serve a decent breakfast. If that doesn’t grab you, how about a stay in a modern city apartment instead?
We can do pretty much anything on the accommodation front, including aparthotels and self-catering city apartments. Let us know when your Newcastle stag weekend is happening and how many people need beds. We’ll find the best deal for two nights’ accommodation within your budget range.
Speaking of which, you may be surprised by what we can get for your money. We get great deals on 3* and 4* hotels in Gateshead Quays. If you’d rather be a short walk from the Newcastle Rail Station, let us know and we’ll get you into a hotel that fits the bill. Organising a stag weekend in Newcastle for a bunch of football fanatics? Say the word and we’ll find rooms in a hotel near St James’ Park.
Need to spend as little as possible on two nights’ accommodation in Newcastle? If you’re planning a stag weekend on a budget, we can book you into a 2* hotel or a hostel in Jesmond, which has a Metro station and is just 1.5 miles from Newcastle city centre.
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