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Community Cinema: River Tees on Film

  • Neasham Reading Room Sockburn Lane Darlington, England, DL2 1PH United Kingdom (map)

From Teesside’s industrial heritage, to its surrounding towns and villages and down to the coast, River Tees on Film will take you on a visual journey through the history of the people and places of Teesside, the Tees Valley and along the River Tees caught on celluloid over the last century and will give you a chance to reflect on the how the area has changed.

Selected from North East Film Archive's (NEFA) remarkable collection of films, this specially curated, entertaining, film show reveals a fascinating portrait of the area. From home movies, local documentaries and Tyne Tees Television productions, the films capture the changing landscape, industries, sights, sounds, faces and places of Teesside and the River Tees.

This event is brought to you as part of NEFA’s North East on Film project, connecting the people and communities of the region with their film heritage, through special screenings and events and online activities. The project is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The River Tees Rediscovered Landscape Partnership is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Neasham Reading Room is situated in Neasham village at the start of Sockburn Lane, near the crossroads of Teesway, Neasham Hill and Dibdale Road.

Sockburn Lane is a narrow road and is not suitable for parking so please park on Teesway or at the village pub 'The Fox and Hounds', approximately 600m from the venue (food served all day).

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Earlier Event: 26 August
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