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PREVIEW: Christmas at The Bowes Museum


The Bowes Museum and grounds are once again set to come alive with the sights, sounds and aromas of the annual Christmas Market with a chance to meet Santa and complete the magic of Christmas with an early present.


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PREVIEW: Woodhorn Museum to Glow during the winter months


Woodhorn Museum’s seasonal exhibition, Coal Forest, moves from autumn to winter from 1 December with the arrival of Glow; a season of festive events, story-telling, ice skating and family arts activities throughout the deepest winter months.


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PREVIEW: Half-term treats (without the tricks) at Life Science Centre


Children can visit Life Science Centre for FREE* this half-term (20 October – 4 November) so all little monsters can enjoy the frightfully good events on offer!


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PREVIEW: Halloween-themed half term planned at Woodhorn Museum


Spooky story telling, a hidden pumpkin trail, and spectacular bird of prey displays are just some of the events taking place at Woodhorn Museum this October half term as part of its Halloween-themed Let Go autumn season.


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REVIEW: The BFG in Pictures


If you ask anyone to recount their stories of reading books as a child, chances are they’ll mention Roald Dahl. I mean, everyone’s read at least one of his books. But there’s always been one in particular that has captured the hearts of literary lovers far and wide; The BFG of course...


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REVIEW: Catwalking – Fashion through the Lens of Chris Moore


The Bowes Museum Exhibition Catwalking - Fashion through the Lens of Chris Moore explores the world of fashion and photography by Chris Moore.


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REVIEW: Woven Bones


Take a step through time and walk in the shoes of the Scottish soldiers who became Durhams darkest secret.


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REVIEW: Bodies of Evidence: How Science Unearthed Durham’s Dark Secret.


For 350 years the story of the Scottish soldiers that were buried in Durham had been passed down for generations without ever knowing where their graves were. This is until the Palace Green Library Café construction began....Read the full review now.


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REVIEW: Bodies of Evidence


Have you ever watched Time Team on TV and wondered just what happens after they’ve made a discovery ? Have you ever watched Bones and been puzzled about the science behind the show ? Have you ever wanted to know what has made Durham City such a rich and diverse place in the country’s history ?


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REVIEW: Wilderness Way @ mima, Middlesbrough


Sarah Burgess of Cuckoo Review discovered a fascinating exhibition looking into a specific area of Margaret Thatcher’s leadership.


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