Events Diary

The World Heritage Site is a hive of activity, with many concerts, plays, talks and other events. What will you find of interest?

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2000 Years of Life at 18-29 Claypath - Talk

  • 22 Saturday 22nd February 2020 from 11.00am to 12.00pm Location: Learning Centre, Palace Green Library, Palace Green, Durham, DH1 3RN Tickets Free entry - but first come/first served

    More information from www.dur.ac.uk/archaeology.museum/whatson/

Join us for a talk by Natalie Swann Senior Archaeologist for Archaeological Services Durham University and discover 2000 Years of Life at 18-29 Claypath.


In 2016 and 2017, archaeologists moved into numbers 18-29 Claypath, to carry out investigation work on the site of the old cinema, snooker hall and garage in Durham city centre.

The talk will discuss the archaeological evidence and discoveries from 2000 years of human activity on the site from the Iron Age through to the present day.

The talk is free and will take place in the Learning Centre at Palace Green Library. There is no need to book but places will be allocated on a first come first served basis

 

 

Events Diary

  • 26

    Little Dragons Under 5s Group

    Today at 10.00am
  • 26

    2000 Years of Life at 18-29 Claypath

    Today at 10.00am
  • 26

    Music Durham: Lunchtime Concerts

    Today at 12.15pm
  • 26

    IAS Fellow's Public Lecture - Natural Phenomena as Media: Challenging Perception and Experience Through Multimedia Artworks

    Today at 5.30pm
  • 27

    2000 Years of Life at 18-29 Claypath

    Tomorrow at 10.00am

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