David Olusoga: We need to talk about Windrush

David Olusoga: We need to talk about Windrush

Historian, broadcaster and film maker David Olusoga will give a lecture in The Pitman’s Parliament at Redhills to mark Black History Month. Co-hosted by Durham University Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Unit, Ustinov College and Durham Miners Association,...
Redhills to host film premiere

Redhills to host film premiere

A new feature film about the Durham Miners’ Gala will receive its premiere at Redhills: Durham Miners Hall. The film will be shown for the first time on Saturday 22 June, before it goes on general release in cinemas later this summer. The 94-minute film explores the...
Jazz festival returns to Redhills

Jazz festival returns to Redhills

DJAZZ – The Durham City Jazz Festival is returning to Redhills this summer. After the success of last year’s Soweto Kinch Official concert, Durham Miners Hall will hosting both headliners at this year’s festival. Arun Ghosh will open the festival on Friday 7...
Sunderland AFC backs The Redhills Appeal

Sunderland AFC backs The Redhills Appeal

Sunderland AFC is backing The Redhills Appeal in a new partnership with the Durham Miners’ Association. The two institutions are joining forces to celebrate their shared histories and the mining heritage of the region. The club is giving its support to The Redhills...
First tours of historic home of Durham miners

First tours of historic home of Durham miners

The Durham Miners’ Association (DMA) is opening its historic home to the people with the launch of the first programme of regular guided tours. The public can book places now to explore the history and meaning of the magnificent Redhills: Durham Miners Hall. The...
Launch of The Redhills Appeal

Launch of The Redhills Appeal

The Durham Miners’ Association (DMA) has marked the start of its 150th year by launching the campaign to secure the future of its historic home. The DMA has launched The Redhills Appeal – its campaign to raise £5 million to transform its historic home into a centre of...