Gala Theatre and Cinema
Open: Event dependent
Admissions: Event dependent
The centrepiece of Durham’s arts programme, the Gala Theatre is situated in a beautiful, purpose-built, £15m building on the banks of the river Wear in the heart of this historic city. The venue houses a state-of-the-art modern theatre, spacious and comfortable café-bar, two cinema screens and superb conference facilities.
Great North Museum - Hancock
The Great North Museum: Hancock was purpose built in Newcastle as a natural history museum in 1884 to house the growing collections of the Natural History Society of Northumbria. Is is a popular free family destination with a varying programme of exhibitions, expert talks, courses and activities for children.
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PREVIEW: Christmas at The Bowes Museum
8th March 2017
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.Read More
PREVIEW: Woodhorn Museum to Glow during the winter months
8th March 2017
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.Read More