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The Duchess of Malfi

The Duchess of Malfi

The Duchess of Malfi, John Webster's acclaimed play of 1606, is a heart-wrenching tale of demonic jealousy, an empowering femme fatale and tragic self-reinvention. This modern production will shed new light on the traditional tale.

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Thursday 23 Jan 202019:30 Book Now
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Inter-College TC Showcase

Inter-College TC Showcase

John Snow, Trevelyan, St Aidan's, George Stephenson and Buttered Toast battle it out to win the Locomotion Cup. A fun filled evening with original student writing provided by St. Aidan's Creative Writing Society.

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Saturday 25 Jan 202019:00 Book Now

Opera Appreciation event

Opera Appreciation event

Join Durham Opera Appreciation Society for their second professional event of the academic year. Last term saw a talk and masterclass with one of finest English baritones to ever grace an operatic stage, Sir Thomas Allen. Sir Tom returns for this event alongside the Executive Chairman of Glyndebourne Opera House, Gus Christie! Through masterclasses, talks and interviews, these two giants of the operatic world will be sharing their expert knowledge of the artistic and business realms of the industry; realms which both need to thrive for opera to be successful. As such, the event offers a well-rounded appreciation of opera which is perfect for anyone who is interested or fascinated by the spectacular world of opera! Join Durham Opera Appreciation Society for their second professional event of the academic year. Last term saw a talk and masterclass with one of finest English baritones to ever grace an operatic stage, Sir Thomas Allen. Sir Tom returns for this event alongside the Executive Chairman of Glyndebourne Opera House, Gus Christie! Through masterclasses, talks and interviews, these two giants of the operatic world will be sharing their expert knowledge of the artistic and business realms of the industry; realms which both need to thrive for opera to be successful. As such, the event offers a well-rounded appreciation of opera which is perfect for anyone who is interested or fascinated by the spectacular world of opera!

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Sunday 26 Jan 202016:30 Book Now

The Good, The Bad and The Revue

The Good, The Bad and The Revue

Join award-winning sketch comedy troupe, The Durham Revue, as they venture into the Wild West in search of ‘The Comedy Gold’. Will they find it? Probably not. But with an hour of outrageous and original sketches to be enjoyed along the way, you don’t want to miss it.

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Sunday 26 Jan 202020:00 Book Now (Sold Out)