Durham nostalgia day is returning to Durham Marketplace for the May Bank Holiday weekend.
Durham nostalgia day takes place on Bank Holiday Monday, May 6, with entertainment in Durham Marketplace and Millennium Square.
There'll be food, music entertainment and a Second World War reenactment group to bring a spirit of the 1940s to the centre of Durham.
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What time is Durham nostalgia day happening?
It's running from 11am to 4pm.
Where is Durham nostalgia day happening?
The Durham nostalgia day activities will be split across the three areas of: Durham Marketplace, the indoor market and Millennium Square near the Durham Gala Theatre.
Durham Marketplace will be the centre of Durham nostalgia day, with stalls including some selling vintage items, and streetfood stalls. Second World War living history group Yesterday's Heroes will also be there with some military vehicles and supplies, and for music there'll be singer Ashley Stirling performing.
The Beamish 'Heartbeat' Bus will also be there, with members of the United Enthusiasts Club who know all about the history of the region's buses.
The Durham indoor market, open 11am to 4pm, is hosting a free workshop with Bugs N Stuff - who run live animal natural history workshops - where children can get up close with insects, and free face painting.
Millennium Place is the one in front of the Gala Theatre. There'll be live entertainment from Alan Owens and the Forum Big Band with performances at 12pm and 2pm, Lindy Jazz dancers, and Land Army Girls. There will also be some military vehicles.
Durham Markets is also looking for vendors to run vintage and antique stalls in Durham Market for Durham nostalgia day. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org
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