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Morning Yoga

26 April, 9.30 – 10.30, £10.00 a session or £50.00 for 6 week course, booking required

Morning Yoga

Join Harriet from Wild us Yoga for some relaxing morning yoga in the peaceful and inspiring setting of the picture galleries. Please bring your own mat. The course will run Friday mornings from 26 April - 7 June (no session on 24 May). Booking required. 

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Curator In-Conversation with Jerome Phillips

27 April, 2.15, Free for pass holders or normal admission

Curator In-Conversation with Jerome Phillips Join Mark Westgarth and 3rd generation antique dealer Jerome Phillips for a lively conversation about antique dealing and the world-famous dealers ‘Phillip of Hitchin’, established in 1884 by Jerome’s grandfather, Frederick W. Phillips.

 

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North East Early Music Forum Performing Day

28 April, 11.00 – 4.00, Free for pass holders or normal admission

North East Early Music Forum Performing Day

Hear a variety of early music choirs, ensembles and individuals performing throughout the day in beautiful settings around the Museum. Further information about NEEMF can be found at www.neemf.org.uk. Free for pass holders or normal admission.


SOLD! Gallery tours

2 May, 2.15, Free for pass holders or normal admission

SOLD! Gallery tours

Join our curatorial team to find out more about our pioneering exhibition SOLD! The Great British Antiques Story before it closes on 5 May.


Morning Yoga

3 May, 9.30 – 10.30, £10.00 a session or £50.00 for 6 week course, booking required

Morning Yoga Join Harriet from Wild us Yoga for some relaxing morning yoga in the peaceful and inspiring setting of the picture galleries. Please bring your own mat. The course will run Friday mornings from 26 April - 7 June (no session on 24 May). Booking required. 

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*Online booking closes the day before the event takes place. Call 01833 690606 to see if places are still available.
**Unless otherwise stated events are free with general admission and to Pass holders. Booking maybe required where requested.