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Darlington Events

Darlington Events

 

 

Priscilla Queen Of The Desert

Darlington Hippodrome

Wednesday 18th – Saturday 18th April, 7:30PM

The following services will take you there!

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Dinosaur World Live

Darlington Hippodrome

Friday 4th May, 4pm

The following services will take you there!

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All Square Festival

Darlington Market Square

Saturday 4th – Monday 6th May

The following services will take you there!

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Darlington Jazz Festival 2018

Numerous venues in the town centre, including the Dolphin Centre, Quakerhouse and Voodoo Cafe.

Sunday 6th May

The following services will take you there!

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Vintage Vehicle Rally

Head of Steam Railway Museum

Sunday 20th May, 11am – 3pm

The following services will take you there!

5A78X21X66

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Steps

The Northern Echo Arena, Darlington

Sunday 27th May, 4pm onwards

The following services will take you there!

13A/13B

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Darlington is a vibrant market town of more than 100,000 people, and a history that goes back to Anglo-Saxon times. It grew significantly in Victorian times and is best known as the birthplace of the railways, since the world’s first passenger journey ran from Shildon to Stockton through Darlington, on the Stockton & Darlington Railway. This is commemorated at the Darlington Railway Centre and Museum. Darlington’s best known landmark is its fine clock tower, built in 1864. Much of Darlington’s wealth was founded on engineering, particularly railway works and bridge building, with the Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge and Sydney Harbour Bridge both built by Darlington firms. In 1939 Darlington had the most cinema seats per head of population in the UK. Today, Darlington is still an important engineering base, but also has important commerce, technology and warehousing.