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The Ushaw Lecture Series 2017/2018 schedule has been released. For more information, click the link below.
Ushaw remembers the dead of two world wars and the conflicts since then. A service of remembrance, reconciliation and peace. All welcome.
A return visit for this ever popular local band with regional profile and national ambitions. More brilliant brass music at Ushaw. Tickets £7.
A performance of poems, stories, and music from the Great War (some old favourites and some you won't have heard before) led by Jim Perrie formerely of the DLI Museum. Tickets £7.00 includes light refreshments.
Lunches available in the Refectory at Ushaw from 11.30am. Free Parking.
Pupils from St Leonard’s School sing evening prayer in St. Cuthbert’s Chapel. “Music when soft voices die vibrates in the memory”
Alan Barnes returns for another taste of his take on a Dickensian Christmas. Refreshments in the Refectory from 6.00pm included in the price, with support from Jambone: one of the region's top youth Jazz ensembles directed by Paul Edis, who are performing from 7pm-7.30pm. A Christmas Carol begins at 7.30pm.
The now traditional Blessing and Lighting of the Ushaw Christmas Tree with carols and Christmas refreshments. Why not join us for Christmas Afternoon tea beforehand? Booking essential.
Get into the Christmas spirit at Ushaw with The Royal Northern Sinfonia’s world class music, brought to you by candlelight and surrounded by the stunning architecture here at Ushaw. These performers, who have had successful performances at Ushaw in the past, will make this Christmas one you will never forget. Tickets £15, Under 18s £5. More details and box office link to follow.
After last year’s successful performance, the Durham County Youth Orchestra and Choir will return to Ushaw for another live performance of ‘The Snowman’ against the backdrop of the lovable family Christmas film.
8th December at 7pm, The Snowman performance and ‘Snowman Plus’, includes some extra musical performances. £7, £3 concessions.
9th December 1.30pm and 3.30pm, just The Snowman performance. £5, £3 concessions.
A stunning performance of Opera dei Lumi in our resplendent St. Cuthbert's chapel.
Two evening performances of our traditional carol service hosted at Ushaw this Christmas. The first service with the Crook and Weardale Choral Society, the second service with the Hexham and Newcastle Diocesan Choir (preceded by The Ushaw Lecture).
Retiring collection. Tickets are free, but booking is required.
Carols for all, led by the Ushaw Singers. A wonderful afternoon of festive music and readings.
The new Ushaw Choir presents a festive concert of carols and readings.