Events Happening Today
Visual artist Imogen Cloët and sound artist Kit Haigh have been commissioned to make a new temporary art installation that reflects on the sights, sounds and essence of these historic farm buildings located within the World Heritage Site.
The perfect backdrop to your picnic – live music featuring a whole range of styles, from jazz to brass to steel pans.
This summer Seaton Delaval is taking inspiration from the ‘Gay Delavals’ - enjoy pop-up performances, have a go at exciting new skills, and revel in the ridiculous.
Manor Walks Cramlington is encouraging visitors to enjoy a range of free, family fun for all ages this summer with its range of exciting events.
An entertaining cast of characters shows you what life was really like in the middle ages during Alnwick Castle’s Medieval Life Week.
Watch as the Roman gladiators battle for supremacy and get ready to cheer on your champion! Enrol your mini Roman into gladiator school and see how they shape up in the drills.
Hail Hadrian! Bring the whole family to experience the thrilling times of Roman life with re-enactors, Roman artillery, archery and cavalry shows.
The first ever Bluebella Music Festival promises to be a unique, acoustic, music event for music lovers and all the family to see.
Anya Gallaccio at Lindisfarne Castle: Perched on top of a high crag on Northumberland’s Holy Island, Lindisfarne Castle re-opens this year, following 18 months of essential repairs and conservation work, with a major new site-specific installation by internationally acclaimed, former Turner-prize nominated artist, Anya Gallaccio with the support of Locus+.
50 Years of the National Trust at Wallington: In 1968, the National Trust opened Wallington to visitors for the first time and 50 years later the Trust is marking this anniversary with ‘Time Tests Faith’, a programme of installations and activities inspired by the motto of the unconventional Trevelyan family – ‘Time Tryeth Troth’.
Summer at Woodhorn - Pitmen Painters: Resurfacing: ‘Summer at Woodhorn - Pitmen Painters: Resurfacing’ invites you to discover & celebrate The Ashington Group, a group of artists whose story is rooted in Northumberland ’s industrial, cultural and artistic heritage.
Spirited at The Granary Gallery, Berwick-upon-Tweed: With 2018 marking the centenary of the Representation of the People Act that gave the first British women the right to vote, the exhibition draws on works from The Ingram Collection, one of this country’s most significant and publicly accessible collections of Modern British Art, to celebrates a number of key British women artists from the past one hundred years. Spirited includes works by Dame Barbara Hepworth, Dod Proctor R.A, Laura Knight R.A, Bridget Riley R.A and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham CBE.