The world of music has been remembering a young English composer who died in the Battle of the Somme while in charge of north-east...

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

To misquote an old saying, ‘Where there’s muck there’s brass.’ That most English phenomenon the Brass, sometimes Silver, Band has a sound to stir...

Durham City is to host a twelve-day festival of medieval theatre. Taking place between July 1st and July 12th, Theatrum Mundi will stage the...

A spectacular of sound and light will grace our City again in 2017. The City of Durham is well known worldwide for its cultural heritage,...

The University College of St John, Durham, is offering a display of the surrealist’s art works, some 100 items, produced by Salvador Dali dating...

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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