Saturday September 5, 2015

What's On in and around Durham


Today to 3 Oct 2015 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: Fowlers Yard is a unique development of nine creative workspaces for professional artists and businesses, tucked away behind Durham Market Hall, situated alongside the River Wear. The studios are open to the public providing... View more details - Fowlers Yard, Creative Workspaces, the arts quarter of Durham City
Fowlers Yard, Back Silver Street, Durham DH1 3RA
Fri 11 Sep and Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Demonstrations by our visiting stonemason, Neil Molloy in the World Heritage Site Visitor Centre View more details - Durham World Heritage Site Visitor Centre - Stonemason demonstrations
Durham World Heritage Site Visitor Centre, 7, Owengate, Durham DH1 3HB
Sat 12 Sep and Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This 17th century house on North Bailey was built on the remains of the Castle wall. It was extended in the 18th century, clearly illustrated by the front facade of the building. The windows offer a fascinating insight into the... View more details - Alington House Community Association
4 North Bailey, Durham DH1 3ET
Thu 10 Sep to Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: St Mary-le-Bow was once the parish church of North Bailey, closed in 1968, and now leased to the Bow Trust who run it as a museum of local and social history of the City of Durham. The building has medieval origins but was... View more details - Durham Museum and Heritage Centre, St Mary-le-Bow
Durham Museum and Heritage Centre, St Mary-le-Bow, North Bailey, Durham DH1 3ET
Thu 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This Grade I listed building dates from 1072 and was the residence of the Prince Bishops until 1832. It now houses University College. Durham Castle will be offering free tours on Friday 11th September. In addition, on Sunday 13th... View more details - Durham Castle
, Palace Green, Durham DH1 3RW
Fri 11 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Artisan bespoke craft fair from selected crafters from around the north east View more details - Handcrafted Boutique Fairs  Alington House Durham
Alington House 4North Bailey Saddler Street Durham DH1 3ET
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: In summer 2014 the Wolfson Gallery in Palace Green Library became the new home for displays from the Museum of Archaeology. This permanent exhibition uses objects from the Museum of Archaeology, alongside objects from across... View more details - Palace Green Library
Palace Green, Durham DH1 3RN
Sat 12 Sep and Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: St Cuthbert’s Catholic Church was completed in 1827 to a church perpendicular design by local architect Ignatius Bonomi, two years before the Roman Catholic Relief Act of 1829 restored most civil rights to Catholics. This... View more details - St Cuthbert's Catholic Church, Durham
St Cuthbert’s Catholic Church, Old Elvet, Durham DH1 3HL
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: One of only two Grade I listed Parish Churches in the city, St Margaret’s was built in the mid-12th century. Behind the heavily-restored exterior, substantial parts of the original Norman building remain, alongside later... View more details - St Margaret of Antioch Church
Crossgate, Durham DH1 4PR
Fri 11 Sep and Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The gallery in the centre of Durham City, showcases a fine range of contemporary art, including: paintings, sculpture, furniture, ceramics, glass, jewellery and textiles. Visitors can watch the creation of a leaded glass window.... View more details - Crushed Chilli Gallery
Crushed Chilli Gallery, The Old Hall, South Street, Durham DH1 4QP
Thu 10 Sep to Sat 12 Sep

Recent Art Works by Richard Lynn Studham. From his Collections of Medieval Spirituality. At Durham Cathedral’s Galilee Chapel Gallery. Part of the Centennial Celebrations of the Magna Carta. Medieval chivalry prior to and following the... View more details - A Paragon of Chivalry Collection
Galilee Chapel Gallery, Durham Cathedral, The College, Durham, United Kingdom DH1 3EH
Today to Sun 20 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Cathedral is joining in Heritage Open Days. The allotment garden on the South Bailey in Durham city centre, where the Cathedral grows flowers for display and cultivates plants for the Cathedral grounds, will be open to the... View more details - Durham Cathedral- Open Garden
The Cathedral Office Durham Cathedral, The College, Durham DH1 3EH
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The earliest part of the present church is late 12th century, although there is evidence for a Saxon church on the site. The tower is 15th century. The church was extensively rebuilt in the 1830s by Ignatius Bonomi. Internal... View more details - St Oswald's Church
St Oswald’s Church, Church Street, Durham DH1 3DG
Sat 12 Sep and Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: A rare opportunity to visit The Chorister School, Durham, educating girls and boys aged 3 to 13 as boarding and day pupils. As the only independent prep school in Durham, The Chorister School has been established at Durham... View more details - The Chorister School
The Chorister School, The College, Durham DH1 3EL
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Waddington Street Church was built in 1872 as a Presbyterian Church. A century later, in 1972, it became a United Reformed Church when the Presbyterian Church in England and the Congregational Church came together to form the URC.... View more details - Waddington Street United Reformed Church
Waddington Street, Durham DH1 4BH
Sat 12 Sep

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