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Marie Curie Variety Night

Darlington Club & Railway Institute, Darlington

The Darlington Fundraising Group for Marie Curie is holding a Variety Night on Monday 13th June, from 7pm, at the Darlington Club and Railway Institute, North Road. The line up ...

Jimmy Carr: The Best Of, The Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour

Grand Opera House, York

Further Show Added! Jimmy is gathering a selection of his very best jokes along with brand new material for the ultimate comedy show. A man who has devoted his life to ...

Bill Bailey

Barbican, York

Bill Bailey is back, and he's bringing his trademark intelligence and sharp wit to our stage for 2 nights!Revel in delight as he takes us on a journey through 'Limboland'. ...

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Theatre Royal, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Starring Lee Mead as Caractacus Potts, Michelle Collins as Baroness Bomburst, Carrie Hope Fletcher as Truly Scrumptious, Shaun Williamson as Baron Bomburst / Lord Scrumptious and ...

The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle

A special display showcasing a number of works by renowned local silversmith, Bill Chaytor, taking the magnificent North East countryside as inspiration. The display, in the newly refurbished ceramics galleries, features a menagerie of birds and animals among spoons, chalices, tumblers and other religious pieces, his most recent being a Bishop’s

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00-17:00

Location: The Bowes Museum, Newgate, Barnard Castle, DL128NP

Let Our Kids Be Kids 3rd May Fun Day Darlington

Brafferton Village Hall, Brafferton

This event is supporting the 'Let Our Kids Be Kids' campaign. Anyone who is keeping their children off school on the 3rd May can join us for a day of fun activities. We will enjoy some Relax Kids activities, interactive storytelling, craft activies, games and a walk in the woods (weather permitting). Please bring along a packed lunch so we can

Category: Kids
Dates:    Times: 10:00-14:30

Location: Brafferton Village Hall, Brafferton Village Green, Brafferton, DL1 3LA

mima, Middlesbrough

This exhibition surveys the British, Teesside-born painter Basil Beattie’s practice from the mid-1980s to today and is an opportunity to discover connections between his past and more recent production. Beattie is notable for his personal take on Western pictorial traditions, particularly Abstract Expressionism. Prominent themes of his works

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: mima, Centre Square, Middlesbrough, TS12AZ

Cercle d’Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise

mima, Middlesbrough

Co-produced with the Institute for Human Activities. The Cercle d’Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise is a group based in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Africa. It brings together plantation workers who engage in art making at settlements of the Institute for Human Activities in the country’s rainforest. This organisation

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: mima, Centre Square, Middlesbrough, TS12AZ

Customs House, South Shields

Shelley and Darren sing sixties songs to declining crowds in North Eastern club-land. It may be all Sonny and Cher onstage, but offstage the cracks are starting to show. This two-handed play is packed with humour and great songs, sung live. Written by awardwinning local playwright Tom Kelly (writer of Geordie The Musical and I Left My Heart in

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30

Location: Customs House, Mill Dam, South Shields, NE331ES

Geordie, Mackem Magick - Sophie Lisa Beresford

Arts Centre, Washington

Sunderland-based Sophie Lisa Beresford sees astonishing beauty in the everyday, and finds magic and wonder in the most ordinary places. Her large-scale photographs picture her own, personal mythology of Sunderland, across both its gritty, urban sides and its beautiful green spaces. Beresford won the Culture Award’s ‘Newcomer of the Year’ and

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Arts Centre, Biddick Lane, Washington, NE388AB

Alexander Millar

Arts Centre, Washington

An exhibition of prints by Alexander Millar will be in the Theatre Foyer. The exhibition has been organised to coincide with the performance of Launch Day on Thursday 28 April After a number of different jobs Alexander Millar settled down in 1988 to become a professional artist. After many years of developing his own style in art he turned

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Arts Centre, Biddick Lane, Washington, NE388AB

Calamity Jane

The Kirk Theatre, Pickering

Saddle up and enjoy the ride as Pickering Musical Society prepares to bring you Calamity Jane at the Kirk Theatre during the first week in May. Directed by Luke Arnold, the performance comes hot on the heels of the society’s record-breaking pantomime, Snow Queen. The sixth musical Luke has directed for the society, he said: “I am really

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30

Location: The Kirk Theatre, Hungate, Pickering, YO18 7DL

Gala Theatre, Durham

With the recession biting hard, Emily and Oliver have decided to downsize and shift their middle-class London lifestyle to a small town in the north of England. One night they open their doors and invite next door neighbours, Dawn and Alan into their home. Over the course of a disastrous evening of olives, anchovies, Karl Marx and abstract art;

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30

Location: Gala Theatre, Millennium Place, Durham, DH11WA

Flare Path

Theatre Royal, York

Based on Rattigan’s experiences as a tail gunner during World War II, Flare Path paints an evocative portrait of life in wartime Britain for the RAF bomber crews, their wives and sweethearts, who were left awaiting their return. Set in 1942 against a backdrop of heartache and quiet bravery, Flare Path tells the story of former actress

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30

Location: Theatre Royal, St Leonard's Place, York, YO17HD

The Best Thing

Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond in North Yorks

swinging sixties story of unconditional love from the UK's leading full-mask theatre company. it's 1966. The record player's on, her hair's bobbed and eye-lashes curled: for seventeen-year-old Susan, life is an adventure waiting to begin. But what happens next turns everything upside down, and its repercussions will last for decades to come.

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30

Location: Georgian Theatre Royal, Victoria Road, Richmond in North Yorks, DL104DW

Girl's Boxercise

The Clock, Thirsk

Come and build your confidence, get some exercise and most of all have fun at Girl's Boxercise Class. It takes place in The Methodist Church on St James Green in Thirsk every Tuesday between 5:30 and 6:15pm

Category: Sport & Fitness
Dates:    Times: 17:30-18:15

Location: The Clock, Church Hall, Thirsk, YO7 1AQ

Musical Buds, Durham

early years music classes, recorder lessons and oboe lessons

Category: Classes, Courses & Workshops
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Musical Buds, St Margarets Garth, Durham, DH1 4DS

Woodhouse Close Church, Bishop Auckland

We can provide a freshly cooked meal to residents in the Bishop Auckland and West Auckland area who would appreciate this due to illness recuperation etc. We operate Tuesdays and Thursdays. The two course meal costs a reasonable £3.80 We also provide a 3 course lunch on the same days in our Church Centre for the same price. We have been providing

Category: Charity Groups
Dates:    Times: 11:45-13:00

Location: Woodhouse Close Church, PROUDFOOT DRIVE, Bishop Auckland, DL146PD

ARC, Stockton-on-Tees

Tristan Lee graduated from the University of Melbourne, and then completed his Masters at the Royal Northern College of Music. He has been mentored extensively by Professor Leslie Howard, and is at present completing his Ph.D. Back in Melbourne. He has a particular interest in the music of Liszt. He will perform works by Beethoven (Moonlight),

Category: Music - Classical & Opera
Dates:    Times: 14:00

Location: ARC, Dovecot Street, Stockton-on-Tees, TS181LL

Get Women Into Golf

Bishop Auckland Golf Club, Bishop Auckland

FREE taster sessions for ladies at Bishop Auckland Golf Club in May and June. Come along and have a go in a relaxed, friendly and welcoming environment. All equipment will be provided for you - just book your place and turn up in casual, comfortable clothing. For details of sessions and to book online go to www.getintogolf.org

Category: Classes, Courses & Workshops
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Bishop Auckland Golf Club, High Plains, Bishop Auckland, DL14 8DL

Guided Tours

The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle

Join one of our guides for a tour of the museum and its treasures. These 45 minute tours highlight the key pieces in the collection as well as some hidden gems. The tours are free with normal admission.

Category: Arts and Museums
Dates:    Times: 11:30-12:15

Location: The Bowes Museum, Newgate, Barnard Castle, DL128NP

Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap 2016

Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate

The Mousetrap is famous around the world for being the longest running show of any kind in the history of theatre, with over 25,000 performances and now the 60th anniversary production is back by popular demand following a record breaking sell out week in 2012/2013. The scene is set when a group of people gathered in a country house cut off by

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Harrogate Theatre, 6 Oxford Street, Harrogate, HG11QF

Barkers cafe, Northallerton

NCT National Childbirth Trust holds coffee mornings in Northallerton, Bedale and Thirsk a great chance to meet up with other parents to share experiences and have coffee, cake and conversation

Category: Kids
Dates:    Times: 10:00-12:00

Location: Barkers cafe, High Street, Northallerton, dl7 8lp

Pacific Rim 5-D

Centre for Life, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

In this new Motion Ride adventure monstrous creatures have risen from the sea, attacked cities and threatened mankind. In a unified show of force the world’s most powerful nations have joined together and built massive robot fighting machines. In a no holds barred brawl, the last standing robot fighters take on the biggest and baddest of the

Category: Arts and Museums
Dates:    Times: 10:00-18:00

Location: Centre for Life, Times Square, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 4EP

Crown Street Art Gallery, Darlington

as part of Darlington Art festival, an exhibition by two of darlington’s leading visual artists, cermaics by Petra Lloys and paintings and prints by Paul Dillon.

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Crown Street Art Gallery, Crown Street, Darlington, DL11ND

The People’s Theatre, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Heroes by Gerald Sibleyras, adapted. by Tom Stoppard. It’s 1959 and three veterans from the First World War dream of making their escape from the old soldiers’ home. This English-language version by acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy. The People’s Theatre is proud to give the play its premiere

Category: Comedy
Dates:    Times: 19:30

Location: The People’s Theatre, Stephenson Road, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE6 5QF

WMC, Sherburn

Country & Line Dance Club

Category: Music - Country
Dates:    Times: 18:30

Location: WMC, Front Street, Sherburn, DH6 1HB

Darlington Building Society, Darlington

by Richard Moses, Margaret Galgraith and Carol Dorson

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Darlington Building Society, Tubwell Row, Darlington, DL1 1NF

Hubble at 25

Centre for Life, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Over the last 25 years, the Hubble Space Telescope has changed the way we see our universe. Celebrate this iconic piece of space history in Life’s brand new planetarium show and see some of its triumphs of science that are also amazing art.

Category: Arts and Museums
Dates:    Times: 10:00-17:00

Location: Centre for Life, Times Square, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 4EP

Blooming Buzzing Confusion: Robin Ince

Centre for Life, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Robin Ince - co-host of Radio 4's multi-award winning Infinite Monkey Cage - has been wondering what's going on in his mind. So he's been inside MRIs and found himself being experimented on by psychologists to find out what makes him tick and maybe what makes you tick too. What kind of brain does it take to make a comedian, and is shouting at

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 18:00-19:00

Location: Centre for Life, Times Square, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE14EP

Central Library, Gateshead

This exhibition by artist David Goard is a mixture of drawing, painting and performance film. The show reflects upon work created in response to his recent residency at Listhús, an international art centre in the north of Iceland. The residency experience prompted not only a shift of interest towards landscape but also a creative conversation

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Central Library, Prince Consort Road, Gateshead, NE84LN

The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle

Join our conservation team for a behind the scenes tour of the studios – only 12 places available. Free with admission, booking required on 01836690606 or info@thebowesmuseum.org.uk. Tour lasts approximately 45 minutes.

Category: Arts and Museums
Dates:    Times: 12:00-12:40

Location: The Bowes Museum, Newgate, Barnard Castle, DL128NP

Shaping the Body: Food, Fashion and Life

Castle Museum, York

An iron corset, crotchless pantaloons from the time of Jane Austen, bum rolls and a killer dress are a few of the items that will feature in this major new exhibition which charts the way fashion, food and fitness have shaped the body over the last 400 years. “In today’s selfie generation, it is said that we have become more image conscious

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Castle Museum, Eye of York, York, YO19RY

Torn Umbrella

Customs House, South Shields

This is Ailish's first solo exhibition and focuses on a particular time in her life. The show comprises of both Textile and Fine Art work.

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Customs House, Mill Dam, South Shields, NE331ES

Head of Steam, Railway Museum, Darlington

An exhibition curated by the North Eastern Railway Association. Normal Entrance fee

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00-16:00

Location: Head of Steam, Railway Museum, Station Road, Darlington, DL36ST

Tom

Theatre Royal, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

A co-production by National Theatre of Scotland, Edinburgh International Festival and the National Theatre of Great Britain These exceptional productions are performed as a complete trilogy on either Saturday or on Sunday. There are breaks between the performances for meals and see below for our meals packages. When The James Plays

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30

Location: Theatre Royal, 100 Grey Street, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE16BR

The Val Stoddart Textile Fellowship Exhibition

Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham

In 2014, due to a generous legacy from talented math’s teacher and embroiderer Val Stoddart, Northumberland National Park Authority was able to award textile fellowships to artists Lindsay Duncanson and Zak Jones. The work seen in this exhibition is their response to the inspirational landscape of this special place. Lindsay’s exhibition

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Beaumont Street, Hexham, NE463LS

Limited Edition Prints by Norman Wade

Durham Cathedral, Durham

Norman used various screen printing techniques to create unusual artwork featuring Durham Cathedral and other significant architectural landmarks. Following the death of his widow, the Cathedral received Norman’s remaining artwork as a legacy gift. Money raised from the sale of Norman’s artwork is used to support Durham Cathedral. A selling

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00-16:00

Location: Durham Cathedral, City Centre, Durham, DH13EH

Plays, Processions and Parchment: Discovering Festive Traditions in the North-East

Durham Cathedral, Durham

Records of Early English Drama North-East (REED-NE) is part of an international project to assemble a complete survey of medieval and early modern performance in Britain. The REED volumes are to scholars in literature and theatre what Pevsner is to architects and art historians. REED-NE will be a critical edition of all surviving records of

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Durham Cathedral, City Centre, Durham, DH13EH

David Hockney: Six Tales from the Brothers Grimm

Gallagher & Turner, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

David Hockney was drawn to the ‘psychological strangeness’ of the Brothers Grimm, exploring the characters’ relationships and motivations, delighting in the supernatural and surreal. These prints show Hockney’s technical mastery of etching. Solid line and deep-biting aquatint give depth, with traditional cross-hatching and soft-ground

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00-18:00

Location: Gallagher & Turner, 30 St Mary's Place, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 7PQ

On the Surface

Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead

this exhibition has been created to complement Surface Deep but with a focus on two-dimensional works. Paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries and embroiderers

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Shipley Art Gallery, Prince Consort Road, Gateshead, NE84JB

Robot: a collection of robot models, cyborgs and androids from TV and film

Centre for Life, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

The NEW exhibition Robot features over 40 robot models, cyborgs and androids - full size models, heads and toys - from TV shows and films from the past 60 years.

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Centre for Life, Times Square, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE14EP

Sea & Sky Art Exhibition

Staithes Studios Art Gallery, Staithes

George Braque - Lithographs from the 1950s;plus coastal work by Dorrie King; Ian Mitchell and Stef Mitchell Dates: 17 MARCH TO 15 MAY 2016 – Gallery open Thurs - Sun 11am-5pm

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Staithes Studios Art Gallery, Slip Top, High Street,, Staithes, TS13 5BQ

Martial Arts Class

The Dolphin Centre, Darlington

Traditional Martial Arts Class in Darlington! Come along if you're interested in health and fitness, gaining confidence or self defence. Focus on developing your mental and physical wellbeing. Suitable for all age ranges and abilities.

Category: Classes, Courses & Workshops
Dates:    Times: 18:00-19:00, 18:00-19:00, 18:00-19:00

Location: The Dolphin Centre, Horsemarket, Darlington, DL15RP

Brain Zone

Life Science Centre, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Your brain is the most amazing and mysterious thing about you – and something that you probably take for granted. The Brain Zone lets you understand what’s going on inside your head through exciting, fun activities and exhibits. Explore what makes you ‘you’! Scientists are discovering new things every day and you, and your brilliant brain,

Category: Arts and Museums
Dates:    Times: 10:00-17:00

Location: Life Science Centre, Times Square, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 4EP

Hilarity Bites presents... Jonnie Price & Steve Hall

Friends of Wine, Ripon

Coming to Hilarity Bites at Friends of Wine in Ripon on May 3rd 2016: Jonnie Price - “not only one of the most hard hitting Welsh comedians around but he's one of the most talented” - Cardiff Comedy Festival Steve Hall - “This is stand-up as it should be: snappy and smart, occasionally nasty, and always funny” - The List.

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30-22:30

Location: Friends of Wine, Blossomgate, Ripon, HG4 2AJ

Hilarity Bites presents... Steve Hall & Jonnie Price

The Angel at Topcliffe, Topcliffe

Coming to Hilarity Bites at The Angel at Topcliffe on May 3rd 2016: Steve Hall - “This is stand-up as it should be: snappy and smart, occasionally nasty, and always funny” - The List. “Breathtaking comic firepower” - The Scotsman Jonnie Price - “not only one of the most hard hitting Welsh comedians around but he's one of the most

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30-22:30

Location: The Angel at Topcliffe, Long Street, Topcliffe, YO7 3RW

A Century of Shoes - The Rise and Fall of the Georgian Heel

Fairfax House, York

A Century of Shoes celebrates the visual splendour and dramatic forms of a century of shoes from the opulent and extravagant Georgian era. From the fanciful footwear of the wealthiest to the functional mules of the down at heel, this new exhibition reveals the fashion and function of Georgian footwear. For the wealthiest in society shoes were

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00

Location: Fairfax House, Castlegate, York, YO1 9RN

Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War

Art Gallery, York

The largest touring exhibition of British First World War Art for almost 100 years will go on show at York Art Gallery in 2016. IWM London’s Truth and Memory is a major retrospective that comprises over 60 works and features some of the most iconic images to emerge from the First World War, including paintings by Paul Nash, Percy Wyndham Lewis,

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00

Location: Art Gallery, York, York, YO30 7DR

Tom Wood: New Work

Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate

An exhibition of new work by portrait painter Tom Wood, whose subjects have included His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales and Yorkshire author and playwright Alan Bennett, is showing at the Mercer Gallery until 19th June. Best known for his portraits, Wood’s subject matter also includes figurative subjects, animal and nature subjects,

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00-17:00

Location: Mercer Art Gallery, Swan Road, Harrogate, HG12SA

Curious About Newcastle?

Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Have fun discovering Newcastle with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy or instantly download & get curious! Are you curious about Newcastle? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather? Take one of our self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme – looping

Category: Walks
Dates:    Times: 10:00-18:00

Location: Newcastle City Centre, Starts: Grey's Monument, Grey Street , Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 6JG

Heroes by Gerald Sibleyras, adpt. by Tom Stoppard

People's Theatre, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

It’s 1959 and three veterans from the First World War dream of making their escape from the old soldiers’ home. This English-language version by acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy. The People’s Theatre is proud to give the play its premiere on Tyneside.

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30

Location: People's Theatre, Stephenson's Road, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE65QF

Brandreth Bears at Newby Hall

Newby Hall & Gardens, Ripon

Gyles Brandreth’s 1,000 strong collection of teddy bears is going on permanent public display at Newby Hall. Bear lovers of all ages will be able to get ‘up close and pawsonal’ with world famous bears including the original star of the Paddington animated TV series; Sooty; Muppet Show stalwart Fozzie and Children in Need’s Pudsey Bear.

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Newby Hall & Gardens, Newby Hall, Ripon, Ripon, HG4 5AJ

Polar Explorers

Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Discover what life is like in the coldest places on Earth in the new Polar Explorers exhibition for families with younger children. The resilient ways of life of people and wildlife living in polar extremes will be explored in this immersive exhibition, inspiring young minds through sensory and accessible stimulation. Drawn from our natural

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Great North Museum: Hancock, Barras Bridge, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE24PT

The Extraordinary Gertrude Bell

Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

She was an archaeologist, diplomat, linguist, writer, mountaineer and explorer - meet the extraordinary Gertrude Bell. Discover the woman who in 1921 advised Winston Churchill on the country that became Iraq, and helped to shape the Middle East after World War I. Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell was born into a wealthy family at Washington

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Great North Museum: Hancock, Barras Bridge, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE24PT

Flights of Fancy

Centre for Life, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Take to the skies in Life’s brand new Science Theatre show! We might dream we can fly like birds, but it took inventors and innovators to dare to take to the skies, from parachutes to planes. Learn more about the science of flight and enjoy amazing live science demos in this high-flying show. Each show lasts around 20 mins and is recommended

Category: Arts and Museums
Dates:    Times: 10:00-18:00

Location: Centre for Life, Times Square, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE14EP

Harlequin Women's morris

Friends' (Quaker) Meeting House, Darlington

meet every Tuesday, new members welcome

Category: Clubs & Societies
Dates:    Times: 20:00-22:00

Location: Friends' (Quaker) Meeting House, 6 Skinnergate, Darlington, DL37NB

Methodist CHurch Hall, Stokesley

Latin and World Music, 2 fully insured and qualified instructors ready to take you to the exercise party. It really is exercise in disguise. A great way to improve your fitness, meet new people and improve your wellbeing. Come along and give it a try.

Category: Sport & Fitness
Dates:    Times: 09:30-10:20

Location: Methodist CHurch Hall, High Street , Stokesley, TS9 5AX

Kirkleatham Talks Club

Kirkleatham Museum, Redcar

Much has been done to restore the natural habitats and the wildlife along the Tees. Amy Carrick of Tees Wildlife Trust talks about the River Tees Project. The talks club is open to all, there are no subscription or joining fees.

Category: Talks, Meetings & Business
Dates:    Times: 14:00-15:00

Location: Kirkleatham Museum, Kirkleatham Village, Redcar, TS105NW

HMS Pinafore

Grand Opera House York, York

HMS Pinafore is one of the most popular Gilbert & Sullivan operas. Enjoy this new interpretation showcasing the infectious tunes and beautifully constructed libretto. Sasha Regan returns with one of the most popular Gilbert & Sullivan operas, following her hugely successful all-male production The Pirates of Penzance - Best Off West End

Category: Theatre
Dates:    Times: 19:30-22:15

Location: Grand Opera House York, Clifford Street, York, YO1 9SW

On the Threshold II: Formal Presence

Oriental Museum, Durham

On the Threshold II: Formal Presence aims to present the meaning of our existence in a post-internet society and the lived experience of different cultures mainly through the mediums of painting and photography while exploring the use of colour. In the words of Jean-Luc Nancy ‘We are there without leaving the threshold, on the threshold,

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: Oriental Museum, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH13TH

Newton Aycliffe Youth and Community Centre, Newton Aycliffe

Stop Smoking Clinic Do you want to stop smoking? Stop smoking clinic at Newton Aycliffe Youth and Community Centre. For more information contact us on: 01207 523624 or 0800 011 3405

Category: Classes, Courses & Workshops
Dates:    Times: 15:30-17:30

Location: Newton Aycliffe Youth and Community Centre, Burn Lane, Newton Aycliffe, DL54HT

Museum of Glass

National Glass Centre, Sunderland

The Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington supports a visiting artists residency programme allowing internationally known and emerging artists access to their world class Hot Shop. One piece created during each residency is selected for inclusion in the Museum's collection. This collection is now world leading in terms of quality and representation

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: All day event.

Location: National Glass Centre, Liberty Way, Sunderland, SR60GL

Somme 1916: From Durham to the Western Front

Palace Green Library, Durham

100 years on, this commemorative exhibition will explore the reality of the Battle of the Somme through the eyes of the people from County Durham who were there. During the First World War, battle after battle was fought by the British Army on the Western Front in Belgium and France. A century later, the Battle of the Somme stands out as one of

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00-18:00

Location: Palace Green Library, Palace Green, Durham, DH13RN

United Reformed Church,, Durham

The Durham Harmonics choir is probably the liveliest and most fun choir in Durham! Pop songs, Jazz standards and Musical Theatre tunes - all sung in four-part harmony! Many of the songs are taken from the 'Great American songbook' and are specially arranged for the choir by its Musical Director, Yzen Eng. Ability to read music is an advantage

Category: Clubs & Societies
Dates:    Times: 19:15-21:15

Location: United Reformed Church,, Waddington Street, Durham, DH1 4BG

Curious About Harrogate?

Starts: Valley Gardens , Harrogate

Discover Harrogate with two unique self guided heritage walks with optional treasure hunt. Buy or instantly download then explore in your own time

Category: Walks
Dates:    Times: 09:00, 09:00

Location: Starts: Valley Gardens , Harrogate, Harrogate, HG28HX

Curious About Durham?

Starts: Durham Cathedral, Durham

Discover Durham with two unique heritage walks. Buy or instantly download then explore at your leisure.

Category: Walks
Dates:    Times: 09:00-18:00

Location: Starts: Durham Cathedral, Palace Green, Durham, DH1 3EP

York Minster, York

Enjoy two self guided heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy or instantly download then explore at your leisure.

Category: Walks
Dates:    Times: 09:00

Location: York Minster, Starts: Minster Yard, York, YO17HH

Painting with Rainbows – A Michael Foreman Exhibition

Seven Stories National Centre for Children's Books, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Michael Foreman is one of Britain’s best-loved writer-illustrators of children’s books. Through the exhibition we will use Michael's books to ask readers to consider the consequences of conflict, the fragility of our environment and the importance of friendship, empathy and tolerance through his insightful storytelling and beautiful

Category: Exhibitions
Dates:    Times: 10:00-17:00

Location: Seven Stories National Centre for Children's Books, 30 Lime Street, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 2PQ

Darlington Orchestra Rehearsal

St Thomas Aquinas Church Hall, Darlington

Darlington Orchestra is a community orchestra and welcomes new players of all ages. There is no audition; a playing ability of Grade IV and above is preferred. It’s not essential to have taken grades but the level and some experience of playing in an orchestra would be helpful. The orchestra rehearses during Darlington’s school term-times -

Category: Clubs & Societies
Dates:    Times: 19:00-21:00

Location: St Thomas Aquinas Church Hall, North Road, Darlington, DL1 2PU



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