Our Streets Are Numbered
@ Gala Theatre and CinemaBook Now
24 June 2017
£12 (£10 conc)
A behind the scenes look at the years since the Miner’s Strike and pit closure in a Durham mining town. When Horden pit closed in 1986, the ex-colliery houses were passed on to a Housing Association who, despite many promises, haven’t kept the properties in a good state of repair.
This is a powerful film/music performance looking at social housing issues in Horden, through a Leverhulme Artist in Residence post at Durham University Geography Dept.
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