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.
whatsonnortheast.com23:21, 02 JulRT @scienceatlife: Try making your own water vortex in a bottle. You will need a 2L bottle, scissors, Blu-tack and water!
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whatsonnortheast.com23:20, 02 JulRT @HeadofSteamMus: Here’s another of our natural world activities for Children’s Art Week. We’ve found lots of pine cones on our walks and…
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