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Enigma @ Discovery Museum


22 October 2016 - 01 April 2018

Weekdays 10am - 4pm; Weekends 11am - 4pm

Donations welcome

See a rare Enigma machine, used to code secret messages during WW2.


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A Brief History of Theatre @ The Witham


18 October 2017 - 28 February 2018

8 weekly sessions from Wednesday 18 October plus 8 sessions from Wednesday 10 January 2018 all at 10 am - 12 noon

£110

An illustrated lecture and discussion course


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All the Fun of the Fair: 135 Years of The Hoppings @ Discovery Museum


18 January 2018 - 04 March 2018

Free entry, donations welcome

All the Fun of the Fair charts the history of Newcastle’s much-loved Hoppings fair...


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New exhibition traces Tudor royal family’s impact on religion in Durham @ Durham Cathedral


16 February 2018 - 09 June 2018

Entry to the exhibition in the Collections Gallery of Open Treasure comes with admission into Open Treasure. Tickets cost £2.50 - £7.50 and are free for under 5s; a family ticket for up to a family of five is available for £17.50. Tickets are available from the Visitor Desk in the Cathedral, the Open Treasure Welcome Desk, and in advance from the website

Durham Cathedral’s world-class Open Treasure exhibition experience will open a new temporary display: Tudors: the family and faith in Durham.


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Durham Cathedral to admit boys and girls as day Choristers for the first time since 1906 @ Durham Cathedral


24 February 2018

Durham Cathedral Choir has a long and proud tradition of excellence in music as part of the liturgy and through concerts, recordings, broadcasts and tours.


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Bach - St John Passion @ Durham Cathedral


25 March 2018

7pm

Tickets: £8 to £28

Durham Cathedral Choir joins forces with the Avison Ensemble to perform Bach's stunning St John Passion on the evening of Palm Sunday.


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