Welcome to Ushaw

Ushaw College was founded over two hundred years ago and has a rich and fascinating history, with some of the finest Victorian architecture in the North East - surprisingly however, it is relatively unknown.

We are now opening up our beautiful chapels and performance spaces for an exciting and varied programme of folk, classical, jazz and choral music as well as talks, plays, exhibitions and services. Our impressive buildings and grounds, which are also being restored, are worthy of a visit themselves and will be open, along with our gift shop and Café Ushaw, before and after events as shown in our programme.

We hope that as a result, Ushaw will soon be much better known, it will be a major cultural venue for the North East and it will become a special place for local people to pop in and spend time in the beautiful gardens and chapels.

Fr. John Marsland
President of Ushaw College




Latest News

The garden volunteers have resumed work on clearing the saplings and overgrown areas around the lake, as well as removing molehills from the front lawn.


Events Diary



27 Feb

Jazz at Ushaw - Paul Edis Sextet. Admission £6.00.
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4 Mar

Ushaw Lecture - Bishop Dunn Memorial Lecture by Nigel Baker, UK Ambassador to the Holy See.
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6 Mar

Jazz at Ushaw. Virtuoso Jazz Trio - Admission £6.00
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7 Mar

Ferryhill Town band Concert.
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