Play of Passion, Tragedy and Class Confusion Coming to Gala Theatre

Durham’s Gala Theatre is to stage a play that explores the themes of passion, tragedy and class confusion. Miss...

Durham’s Largest Beer Garden Returns To Hardwick Hall Hotel

 GROUPS CAN make the most of outdoor drinks, street food and a stunning view when County Durham’s largest beer garden opens on Monday (12...

Durham Cathedral Makes Top Twenty of England’s Most Popular Attractions

Durham’s magnificent 900-year-old Cathedral seems to be getting the recognition it deserves. A survey of around 1,500 tourist sights, carried out last year by...

The Durham Book Festival is on October 7th and 18th and...

The Durham Book Festival began life in 1990 and is now one of the Country’s biggest and best literary festivals, it is also one...

Durham Vocal Festival to Bring Week of Music to City

A week-long festival of choral music is due to be staged in Durham. The Durham Vocal Festival, which will begin on Saturday 28th January,...

Fun-Packed Activities For Youngsters At Bishop Auckland Town Hall This Summer...

From gladiatorial combat to Roman mosaic crafts, Bishop Auckland Town Hall has a horde of activities to keep youngsters entertained throughout the summer school...

Trace Ancestors With Durham County Record Office’s New Online Sessions

People hoping to kick off 2021 by finding out more about what lurks in their family tree can do so through new online sessions...

Films about 3 World-Changing Artists Coming to Durham Gala

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...

Durham Gala’s Muddy Choir to Mark First World War Centenary

Durham’s Gala Theatre is to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War with a play exploring the conflict’s impact...

Giant Inflatable Artwork to Celebrate Brutalist Building’s Birthday

A County Durham concrete building will celebrate its 50th birthday – by being wrapped in a giant inflatable work of art. The Apollo Pavilion in...

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