Guided by our team, young farmers will get behind the scenes, meet new friends, discover life on the farm and learn about the skills and responsibilities on the farm at Jarrow Hall. Suitable for ages 8 – 12. Numbers are strictly limited.
Wendy Turner will be running a one –hour workshop on 12th March to take you through the technique of slab building your own poppy head in clay.
Museum Artist Commission at Jarrow Hall About the Commission Groundwork South and North Tyneside in partnership with South Tyneside Council Cultural Development, are excited to announce the commissioning of a piece of community engaged visual, sound or film work that will celebrate place, increase art and cultural engagement and increase collaboration between the arts and […]
In the first exhibition of 2022, potters from across the North East explore what form and function mean in the ceramic’s world. The North East Northern Potters Association supports all potters in the region regardless of what stage in their career they’re at. We have many styles of ceramics shown from our members from sculptural […]
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 […]
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 […]