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Stocks will appear in Durham Market Place on Saturday 27th September as the city centre is transformed into a medieval melee of chivalrous knights, breath-taking tournaments and public punishments – all in the name of charity!
This month’s academic lecture will be hosted by Jan Graffius from Stonyhurst College, Lancaster. Jan will explore the history of Catholicism in Britain and how this has shaped our religious and cultural landscape.
Afternoon at the Movies at Beamish Hall Hotel.
Join us for afternoon tea followed by a big screen showing of 'Carousel'.
Arrival for 2pm.
£14.95 per person.
From Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st September 2014, we are hosting the annual Agricultural Show. This event forms part of the month long Festival of Agriculture, which celebrates the agricultural and rural heritage of the North East of England.
Antiques enthusiasts will enjoy browsing and buying in the beautiful setting of the Museum's picture galleries. Brought to you by the prestigious GallowayAntiques Fairs, there will be pieces to suit every budget. 10:00 - 16:30.
Enter the magnificent world of early Tudor England in this temporary exhibition at Auckland Castle, the former home of Bishop Richard Fox (1494-1501), who was Henry VII’s most trusted advisor.