Thursday, November 21, 2019

The work of a French photographer who challenged the gender expectations of her time is now on display at Durham’s Gala Theatre. The Exhibition, entitled...

A play based on a classic – and very dark – 20th-century novel is to come to the Durham stage. William Golding’s Lord of the...

On June 18th the 600th anniversary of the Durham Cathedral Choir School was celebrated with Terry Waite leading the tributes. It is right and...

A new interactive play staged at a Durham venue will help theatregoers get a feel for what life was like during the Somme, the...

A concert is to be held featuring songs written by inmates of HMP Frankland, a top security, category A prison near Durham City.  The musicians...

For anyone with a love of rocking out and a fascination for the history of guitar music, the perfect show is on its way...

To anyone living anywhere near Durham city centre, the Durham Miners Gala is difficult to miss. To those living on the brass band marching...

Durham’s Gala Theatre and Cinema is to show films about three very different artists whose output shook up the art world. Italian Renaissance artist and...

A community art project is poised to celebrate Weardale’s industrial past. The Weardale Tub project aims to help people of all...

Not just a handsome landmark, the mother Church of the Durham Dioceses, dedicated to St Cuthbert, is immensely important in many ways. The Building...

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