Brass Band Players Required for Gala Project
Jack Drum Arts are collaborating with Durham Brass Festival and Redhills and looking for brass players of all ages, from Grade 3 standard upwards, to perform in its community carnival parade performance group, Nordestinos.
Ideas for World Book Day – books with a mining themeWorld Book Day is almost here, and maybe you are looking for ideas and inspiration for a World Book Day theme. Have you thought about a mining theme for World Book Day? We have compiled a list of children’s books with a mining theme if you are looking for some...
Redhills Project Update
For the duration of 2022, Durham Miners Hall was closed to the public ahead of our major redevelopment, the team were busier than ever – with lots of work behind the scenes and exciting projects out in the community.
Redhills Youth Brass Band perform at Sage Gateshead
Redhills Youth Brass Band has completed its most recent project which resulted in a performance at Sage Gateshead and enjoy a workshop from Black Dyke Band.
Friends of Durham Miners Gala unveil their 2022 Gala featureAll year-round Gala spirit can now be enjoyed thanks to the release of a short film created at the 2022 Durham Miners Gala. After a three-year absence due to Covid 19, the Gala returned in style. It was the biggest Big Meeting in decades – and film crews were there to...
Firm As A Rock We Stand voted Performance of the Year at North East Culture AwardsRedhills CIO is delighted to learn that the live performance element of the Durham Brass Festival category D co-commission has been crowned a winner in the 2022 North East Culture Awards. Durham Brass Festival, Durham Miners Association and Redhills...
Fiona Hill features as guest on Lex Fridman Podcast
Friend of Redhills, Fiona Hill, has been featured as a guest on the very successful Lex Fridman Podcast, where she outlines how her Russian studies were supported by a scholarship obtained at Redhills
Redhills successful in becoming an Arts Council NPOWe are delighted to announce that Redhills has been successful in its application to become an Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation for 2023-26. The Arts Council has committed a further £43.5 million investment in Levelling up priority places – an...
Redhills to join UNESCO bid
Redhills has been selected to be put forward for the prestigious UNESCO world heritage status. If a bid by the international consortium is successful, it could mean that Durham City becomes one of the few places to have two World Heritage sites.