HADRIAN'S WALL 1900 FESTIVAL
24th January – 23 December 2022
Join us as we celebrate 1900 years since the building of Hadrian’s Wall
Taking place throughout 2022 this yearlong festival will see art, performance, talks, events and activities popping up across the length of Hadrian’s wall in an eclectic mix of cultural experiences for everyone to enjoy.
Expect a packed programme that will include everything from home spun community events to high profile arts commissions.
Hadrian’s Wall 1900 will showcase this stunning landscape to both existing and new audiences and provide opportunities for everyone to celebrate and find their connection to the wall whether it be Roman history, dark skies, the natural environment, cultural diversity, food, music, the arts and more
Come and experience spectacular celebration of one of the worlds most loved heritage sites.
There are many ways to get involved in #HW1900 whether you live nearby or you’re planning on visiting for the first time or you run a business along the wall.
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Who is behind Hadrian’s Wall 1900 Festival?
Hadrian’s Wall 1900 Festival is coordinated by the Hadrian’s Wall Partnership in collaboration with local organisations, communities and individuals.
The festival activity will be delivered by a range of partners including local societies, interest groups community organisations, arts organisations, local creatives, local authorities, visitor attractions, venues, and individuals.
The Festival will be made up of activity presented by local societies, interest groups community organisations, arts organisations, local creatives, local authorities, visitor attractions, venues, and individuals.
The Hadrian’s Wall Partnership is a voluntary body made up of organisations responsible for the UNESCO World Heritage Site status of Hadrian’s Wall. Find out more about the partnership here.
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This project is part-funded by the North of Tyne Combined Authority