From live music and pantomime to comedy and carnivals, there’s something for everyone taking place in Darlington throughout 2018 (with many more to be announced).
Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it’s off to the Darlington Hippodrome we go for "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs". David Wriglesworth reviews.
Following an extensive refurbishment, Darlington Hippodrome has reopened with the Darlington Operatic Society's production of “Strictly Musicals 2”.
On Sunday, December 17th, 2017, X-Mas Box will showcase the North East's finest musical performers at Avalon and Hash Bar & Kitchen in Darlington.
As part of Quaker Week, the Darlington Quakers will be holding a programme events to encourage people to discover more about Quakers and the Quaker way.
Which Darlington pub is the oldest purpose-built, railway pub in the world? In what year was the Darlington town clock erected? How much of an influence did the Pease and Backhouse families have on the town?
Former "Coronation Street" actor Eric Potts will be directing and appearing as Mrs Crumble in Darlington Hippodrome's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs".
Comic actor Liam Mellor is no stranger to the stage, having appeared in countless theatre productions up and down the country.
Lee Ryan will be making hearts melt when he appears as the Prince in Darlington Hippodome's pantomime of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs".
Explore Darlington's history with the Heritage Open Days - a nationwide campaign to get people to see hidden places and try out new experiences.
From live music and comedy to dancing and vintage vehicles, there's something for everyone in Darlington throughout 2017. We've rounded up eight events that we are particularly looking forward to.
There’s history to be discovered around every corner in Darlington, which has been explored in "Darlington Through Time" – a new book from Paul Chrystal.