Darlington Arts Festival 2019: ‘Follow Your Art’

The main sections of this year’s festival are the writers’ festival (booking required for most events), music, children’s events, the annual dance festival, and visual arts. There are lots of free events available – see the main programme for details. The festival’s theme is ‘Follow Your Art’ and it aims to highlight the wide variety more »

Festival: Bennet House Writers

Regular writing group is opening its doors to newcomers during Darlington Arts Festival. The Bennet House Writers group was formed in 1989 as part of the Workers Education Association and meets weekly to work on creative writing projects. The group welcomes writers of all ages and abilities. Date and times: 10.30am-noon Venue: Age UK, Bradbury more »

Festival: Lecture ‘AVM Curiosities: food, art and history’

The Arts Society North Yorkshire & South Durham (AS NY&SD) presents the lecture ‘AVM Curiosities: food, art and history’ by Tasha Marks (pictured). Tasha Marks will talk about her passion for food as an artistic medium. Her projects range from edible sculptural installations to limited-edition confectionery. Tasha is an award-winning food historian and her practice more »

The Hullabaloo honours Lewis Carroll

The Hullabaloo, the North East’s flagship children’s theatre venue, is celebrating Lewis Carroll and his work with their magical family event ‘A Hullabaloo in Wonderland’ on Saturday 27 April. For ages 0-10 years and their grown-ups, families can expect to make their own mad hats, dance and move down the rabbit hole, follow a curious more »