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Find out about a pair of shoes which were handmade in Paris for a dancer during the 1920s but illustrate a design style still prevalent in swish footwear almost a century on.
Revisit the adventures of the Famous Five, the Secret Seven and lose yourself in the fantastical world of The Magic Faraway Tree at this family-friendly exhibition.
Julia Vogl is planning to fill the Discovery Museum's 19th century home with a kaleidoscope of public messages for Museums at Night. The social sculptor tells us more.
From Hepworth to Pembrokeshir, here's what the ten museum vying for the £100,000 prize have to say for themselves this year.
A four-day festival of rides on the eight resident trams, behind-the-scenes tours and talks are taking place to celebrate 40 years of heritage railway heroics at the Beamish.
There are Secrets of the Royal Bedchambers and Olympic flashbacks in London. It's also Beamish's birthday, and Arbeia Fort and Museum, in South Shields, is back open.
A good month for The Bowes has got even better with the acquisition of a Turner painting of the north-east and the temporary arrival of Manet's Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus.
Planners have begun consulting on plans to create a landscape-inspired visitor centre and youth hostel at The Sill, within the famous Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site.
The gruesome details of Barber Surgeon instruments from the current Tales of Antiquarian Adventure exhibition in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
A portrait held at Durham's Bowes Museum for more than a century has been unmasked as a work by 17th century master Anthony van Dyck..
Find out about aliens, cholera and sword-swallowing in London, or try Cambridge Science Festival, Space-craft in Glasgow and two exhibitions celebrating female pioneers.
Celebrating 200 years of collecting and caring for the heritage of the north-east, a new exhibition takes a look at the work of Newcastle's Society of Antiquaries.
National Portrait Gallery images of pioneering female scientists from history visit a forthcoming show in Newcastle which aims to inspire the inventive minds of the future.
Yemen, Sierra Leone, chocolate, comedy and the heritage of Sheffield, York and the north-east all feature in our round-up of some of the shows to look out for this month.
From Brighton to Newcastle, this month sees extinction, a Squeeze/Hug Machine, steampunk and reconstructed heads in a packed scientific line-up.