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The Pantaloons Production of A Midsummer Nights Dream.
Traditional Crafts Weekend Silversmith Les Howe and his wife Vivienne, an artist and card designer, will be demonstrating their skills in the garden.
Teddy themed activities with Rupert the Bear. Crook Hall built in the 13th century is one of the oldest inhabited houses in Durham. The Hall is a jumble of buildings reflecting its historical development. A medieval Hall merges into a Jacobean...
A traditional Agricultural Show catering for all members of the family. Attractions include many main ring events. Also: Produce and Industry, Craft, Horticulture and Floral Art, Photography, Farmers Market, Refreshment and Countryside Tents...
Crook Hall by Candle Light. The Hall is a rare example of three eras of English domestic architecture; mediaeval, Jacobean and Georgian. The Medieval Hall was built around 1208 although the solar wing has long since disappeared. The Jacobean...
Meet the Wicked Witch and spot the White Lady! Pre-booking essential.
For four nights in November 2013 Durham City will once again be transformed by a series of light installations and projections from leading regional, national and international artists and organisers. Residents and visitors alike will be able to...
Find out about the gruesome fate of Henry VIIIs wives and make Tudor characters. Activities between 1pm to 3pm.
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