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Where Have All the Insects Gone?

Now online on our social media platforms




As we are not able to show this exhibtion in our gallery due to being closed we are showing some of the images on our social media pages Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Flickr


Monday 30 March – Monday 20 April - Cancelled
Free entry

Open 10.00am-5.00pm Monday-Friday and 10.00am-4.00pm Saturday
(not including Bank Holidays and Public Holidays - please check before travelling on these days)

‘Bugfest’ is an arts and science Queen's Hall Arts project in partnership with the North Pennines AONB Partnership and Hexham Climate Action Group, to give children, young people and adults an insight into the wonderful world of invertebrates, highlighting their importance in our eco-systems and alerting people to the need to look after our green spaces to prevent species loss.

Nine local First, Primary and Middle Schools have been invited to be part of the ‘Bugfest’ schools programme. They will be taking part in an arts and science day at school which will include minibeast identification and habitat creation activities led by Sam Tranter from the North Pennines AONB Partnership and art sessions with Liz Osborne from Hexham Climate Action Group. The artwork the children create will form an exhibition in the main gallery at the Queen's Hall in Hexham from Monday 30 March to Monday 20 April. 

Bugfest 2020, a free family event to celebrate the project will take place on Saturday 16 May 10.00am - 2.30pm on the Sele in Hexham.

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Enjoy dinner before the show with 20% off your bill with our Season Sponsor, The Beaumont Hotel 
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[Offer valid on date of event. One ticket per table.]

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