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Horden Welfare Hall , Peterlee

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Due to the current situation with COVID 19 - Corona Virus East Durham Creates has postponed all events until further notice. Please contact us on 0191 569 3511 if you wish to refund tickets.

 

Join Horden Welfare Hall for a celebration of the brass music at the heart of our former mining community - with a twist! We've brought the traditional music together with a carnival feel. Join Durham BRASS favourites musicians Hannabiell and B Brass for performances and a junk percussion workshop or make carnival crafts with an artist. Walk in a banner parade through the Welfare Park or watch films inspired by music and brass.

Screening of Brassed Off  (Rated 15)

In a village in Northern England, Danny (Pete Postlethwaite), the conductor of a colliery brass band, has difficulty maintaining the morale of his musicians when the economic future of the area is threatened by the possibility that the local coal mine will be closed. When a former resident, Gloria (Tara Fitzgerald), returns to assess the mine, she get involved with her former flame, Andy (Ewan McGregor), and also the band, joining them in their last hurrah at a national competition.

Film Times 

5pm - Food and Hannabiell and B Brass performance

5.30pm - Brassed Off 

Workshops run from 2pm - 4pm everyone welcome 

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Venue

Horden Welfare Hall

Seventh St, Horden,

Peterlee

SR8 4LX

This production has been brought to you as part of East Durham Film Festival. 

East Durham Film Festival is overseen by East Durham Creates, a Creative People and Places Project funded by Arts Council England and led by East Durham Trust in partnership with Beamish Museum, East Durham Area Action Partnership and Durham County Council Culture and Sport Team. The Film Festival is made possible thanks to funding from Film Hub North, proud to be part of the BFI Film Audience Network. 

Noise tolerant screening

Wheelchair accessible 

Doors open 4.45pm

Screening starts 5.30pm

 

Organiser

East Durham Creates

What is East Durham Creates? In 2014 East Durham Creates was funded by Arts Council England as part of its Creative People and Places (CPP) programme – which is all about more people choosing, creating and taking part in brilliant art experiences in the places where they live. East Durham Creates is one of 21 independent CPP projects. Each project is completely unique to its area and residents, testing how to grow arts provision in ways that are sustainable and can last. The East Durham Creates team is based at East Durham Trust in Peterlee and managed by a group of partners – East Durham Trust, Beamish Museum, East Durham Area Action Partnership and Culture and Sport, Durham County Council.