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Pre - Raphaelite Knights at The Bowes

Step back in time and imagine what life would have been like in a world full of myths and legends at The Bowes Museum’s spring exhibition, Pre-Raphaelite Knights: Reinventing the Medieval World will be live from 1st February to the 3rd May.  Read more

Action Packed Group Visits to Beamish

No visit to North East England is complete without a trip to the award-winning Beamish The Living Museum of the North. With a full programme of exciting events included within the admission price, a 2020 group visit to Beamish Museum is a must!  Read more

Durham Uni Oriental Museum Exhibition

A British Museum touring exhibition illustrating how artists experiment with the power of paper to express their ideas pushing the medium in new directions.  Read more

Drama & More at Darlington Hippodrome

There’s a packed programme of new theatre in the Darlington Hippodrome Spring 2020 season which is on sale now.  Read more

Photography Competition

Photography competition launches with attendance at a spectacular wildlife event awaiting the winners.  Read more

Little-Seen Norman Cornish Sketchbooks

Little-seen sketchbooks by Norman Cornish will offer an intimate insight into the work and mind of the acclaimed North East artist when a new exhibition celebrating the centenary of his birth opens later this month (November). ‘Norman Cornish: The Sketchbooks’ will be at Palace Green Library, Durham University, from Saturday 16 November until February 2020.  Read more

Band of Gold Comes to Darlington

Bringing Band Of Gold to the stage for the first time, writer-director Kay Mellor promises fans are in for a treat. “They’ll get all the joy and the suspense they had from the television version,” says the creator of one of the most-watched shows in British TV history, “but it’s live theatre so it has that excitement to it because it’s unfolding right in front of their very eyes.”  Read more

The Enchanted Interior

The Enchanted Interior will explore the sinister implications of a popular theme in 19th-century painting: the depiction of the interior as a ‘gilded cage’ in which women are pictured as ornamental objects.  Read more

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