Follow a performance trail through County Durham's world-famous open air museum.


Performance trail

Trail information updated 14.08.2018

Download a map of the Performance Trail here

  • 12.00 - Performance 1 - The 1900s Colliery Yard
  • 12.30 - Performance 2 - The 1900s Pit Village Chapel
  • 13.00 - Performance 3 - The 1900s Pit Village Band Hall
  • 13.30 - Performance 4 - The 1940s Farm
  • 14.00 - Performance 5 - The 1940s Farm
  • 14.30 - Performance 6 - The 1900s Town Masonic Hall
  • 15.00 - Performance 7 (Finale) The 1900s Town Park

Please note that the performance trail is subject to change, depending on weather conditions.


Description

For their Summer 2018 concert, the National Youth Girls' Choir invite you to march with them on a performance trail through the varied sites and sights of Beamish Museum. A world-famous open air museum, Beamish tells the story of 1820s, 1900s and 1940s North East England through restored buildings and running vehicles, all brought to life by an army of volunteers in period costume.

Part of the NYCGB Summerfest 2018


Tickets

Online sales for this event via NYCGB.org.uk have now closed

You will need to purchase admission passes to Beamish Museum in order to enter the museum and follow the National Youth Girls' Choir performance trail. To purchase passes, please visit the Beamish Museum website.

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