Collaborative Doctoral Award (AHRC Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership) Opportunity.

Collaborative Doctoral Award (AHRC Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership):Bones of the Northumbrian Landscape: a zooarchaeology of early medieval Jarrow. Jarrow Hall is delighted to be able to share a great opportunity to work with us and be awarded a PhD in zooarchaeology. You’ll be researching the collection of animal bones found at Jarrow Monastery, which […]

Treasure Island

Treasure Island Theatre Bill

On Friday 10th December, Live Theatre returns once again to Jarrow Hall. This time, the popular TheatreSpaceNE bring their production of Treasure Island. Shows start at 6pm and 8pm. They are able to create a unique and magical atmosphere for an evening of entertainment. For further information and bookings, take a look at their website […]

Anglo Saxon textiles with Matilda on Sat 13th Nov

Anglo-Saxon lucet

Join our friendly Anglo-Saxon textiles expert Matilda at Jarrow Hall to learn a new skill. For £6 you will get your own lucet (wooden tool) to take home, some yarn to get you started and full tuition in this fun and relaxed session. Book your timed entry slot here and choose the 10.30-12.30 or 1.30 […]

Join us for Yule Crafts and Storytelling on 18th December

Storytelling and crafts at Jarrow Hall. Meet the Holly King. On the shortest day of the year, the Holly King must battle the Oak King to see who will rule in the coming months. As he prepares to fight, the Holly King would like to invite you to the Thirlings Hall, to celebrate Mid-Winter the […]

A New Heritage Trail at Jarrow Hall Museum

Exciting news! We’ve created a new audio tour and activity sheet for the summer – launching with the Jarrow Festival on Monday 9 August this trail will take you on a journey through time. You’ll be guided through the park by our narrator and come across several characters from Jarrow’s past.

Textile craft activity: 26th June 2021

textile craft activity using a lucet

Join wor Matilda in the village as she works on her textiles this Saturday, 26th June! Working on textile craft activity has been an important daily job for people throughout history. Using a lucet as a tool was a common way to weave useful braids and cords for decoration, fastenings, finishings and so on in […]