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Arts

REHEARSAL: Graeme Walton as Joe Gillis and Eileen Glenton as Norma Desmond

Husband and wife on stage together

Artists with brilliant ideas for Lumiere showcase

Artists with brilliant ideas for Lumiere showcase

Dr James Lancelot

Concert review: Dr James Lancelot, Durham Cathedral

DURHAM DATE: Paul Merton

The Chums add up for Merton

RECITAL: Durham Cathedral’s organist and Master of the Choristers Dr James Lancelot

Big day for Durham Cathedral organist

GALA DATE: The Fun Lovin Criminals

Blues, brass and bald character

CATHEDRAL CALLING: Enter CIC rehearse their production of Jesus Christ Superstar. Picture: STUART BOULTON

Review: Jesus Christ Superstar

HEYDAY: Madness from One Step Beyond. Picture: KERSTIN RODGERS/REDFERS

A touch of Madness

STAR: Eileen Glenton as Norma Desmond in Durham Musical Theatre Company's production of Sunset Boulevard

Lloyd Webber's 'greatest' musical set for northern amateur premiere

Arts Review: The Tiger LilliesCracking cabaret

TREASURES: St Cuthbert's Chapel which features in Treasures of Ushaw College

Treasures of Ushaw College revealed in new book

SHOW: Chantel McGregor

Rising blues star to play at Gala

ROLE: Luke Neville

If Luke can make it here, he can make it anywhere

Kids' theatre boosted by £260k grant

EXHIBITION: Kieran Platts looks at artwork of young homeless people now on show at Durham Cathedral Picture: TOM BANKS

Life for young homeless highlighted in cathedral exhibition

Photographer Carl Joyce

Horden miner's son shines spotlight on forgotten pit village

Bill Lewis, who is playing the lead role of Nabucco, is pictured with members of Opera Nova at a recent concert. Picture: ALAN CLEMENTS

Opera Nova join forces with Durham University students to stage Verdi's Nabucco

Farmer Tom Hutchinson in Addicted to Sheep

Film review: Addicted to Sheep

NEW BOOK: David Brown, editor of Durham Cathedral: History, Fabric and Culture, looks through the book with the Dean of Durham, Michael Sadgrove. Picture: TOM BANKS

Launch of 'defining big book' on Durham Cathedral

HISTORY: Museum custodian Sophie Brown takes a closer look at one of the historical items on display at the Oriental Museum in Durham which was used during filming of the Teacup Travels programme on CBeebies Picture: DAVID WOOD (18586510)

Artefacts which inspired children's TV show go on display at museum

EXHIBITION: One of the items on display in the new exhibition at the Oriental Museum in Durham Picture: DAVID WOOD

New gallery shows off Eastern charms

An 'ell of a show

An 'ell of a show

Businesses urged to back Lumiere 2015 festival in Durham

Businesses urged to back Lumiere 2015 festival in Durham

A scene from The Snail and the Whale

Half-term family fun at Gala Theatre, Durham

Quentin Smith has been nominated for a national book award

Author hoping for national honour

AFTERNOON DELIGHT: Orchestra North East will play at the Gala Theatre, Durham on Sunday, February 8 at 3pm

Orchestra North East to perform at Durham's Gala Theatre

PAOLOZZI PRINT: An Empire of Silly Statistics…A Fake War for Public Relations by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi

Durham display for pop art prince Paolozzi

NEW ART: This piece is made of casts of the artists's hands. Picture: TOM BANKS

No stigma attached to art display

GALA DATE: Arthur Smith

Welcome to the House of Fun

MUSICAL DEFENCE: From left, Lawrence Russell, Ryan Penny and Andrew Burrell

Singing in the trenches

REPUBLISHED: Nairn's County Durham

A man ahead of his time

Durham railway station, by Olly Burton

Durham... as Olly sees it

POETRY SUCCESS: Rebecca Williamson

Rebecca's winning poem is inspired by an angel

Comedy, music and drama at Gala this spring

Durham Cathedral Choir performing with The Reg Vardy Band

Review: Christmas with Durham Cathedral Choir

Durham Choral Society

Evening of festive music in Durham

SCOTTISH SCENE: Paul Kingston's Autumn in the Glens

Paul's the King of the camera

Former Durham School pupil Miriam Davis plays the violin accompanied by Ellena Hale on piano at A Festival of Music

All-pupil cast for school's Sage gig

DURHAM DATES: Birmingham Royal Ballet

'It's written in stone, we'll keep touring'

Author Dr Mark Felton

Forgotten DLI heroes involved in the other Great Escape

INFLATABLE FUN: Jude Stephenson at the Generation Air exhibition (13026855)

Air show helps museum break visitor record

FUTURE VISION: Dominic Wilcox and his stained glass car Mini Cathedral

Stained glass vehicle points to future of driverless cars

DRESS REHEARSAL: Cast members Lesley Anderson and Henry Cockburn star in Our House by John Godber Picture: DAVID WOOD

Stage production set in mining village

NEW ACQUISITION: In x Out by Mohammed Joha

Museum boosted by Palestinian art

WOW FACTOR: Steven Hill as Lycus with and courtesans, from left, Nina Walsh (Vibrata), Jennifer Kirby (Erotica), Rebecca Fishwick (Gymnasia), Emma Barthel (Boobiana) and Louise Masters (Tintinabula)

Theatre Review: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Gala Theatre

FIRM FAVOURITES: The Sixteen                  Picture: Josep Molina

Music Review: The Sixteen at Durham Cathedral

BOSOM BUDDIES: Ray Laidlaw and Billy Mitchell have been friends since 1966

Pair's live show tells life and times of Lindisfarne

Photographer Philip Nixon volunteers as a guide and steward at Durham Cathedral

Photographer's 'final collection' is an homage to Durham City

Lycus, played by Steven Hill, with the courtesans, from left, Nina Walsh (Vibrata), Jennifer Kirby (Erotica), Rebecca Fishwick (Gymnasia), Emma Barthel (Boobiana) and Louise Masters (Tintinabula)

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum to be staged in Durham

FOLK: The Willows. Picture: ELLIE LUCAS

Winding in The Willows

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