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Heritage Open Day September 2019

Graft and Glory at Hexham Old Goal and the House of Correction

An excellent lecture and tours with historian David Kidd about inventor William Martin's achievements and visit to the House of Correction where Jonathan Martin was held after burning down York Minster in 1829

Details of this event can be seen Here

'Mad Martins' Limited Deluxe Edition Triple CD/Download (Released 31st March 2017)

Gary Miller, Keith Armstrong and musicians commemoration of the lives of the Martin Brothers in words, music and song with fine

100 page book format packaging of the lyrics, texts and pictures

Details & Ordering:- Previews

Gary Miller promotional Video:- Gary

A new Launch Event has been commissioned for the 2019 Durham Book Festival.  A 2-hour show will take place at the City Theatre, Fowlers Yard, Back Silver Street, Durham DH1 3RA.  Tickets are priced at £10/£8 concessions.


... 'Artist, Reformer and Engineer'. Your Introduction to the Life and Work of John Martin, one of the Most Fascinating Men of Vision and Genius in Regency/Victorian England

A major exhibition of John Martin's work opened at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle upon Tyne on 5th March - 5th June 2011.

To complement this exhibition, Haydon Bridge Development Trust also ran an extensive series of Martin related events in and around his birthplace Haydon Bridge through March 2011 until December 2012

For details of the John Martin Heritage events and village heritage centre exhibition Click here

From June 22nd until September 4th 2011 the above exhibition moved to the Sheffield Millennium Gallery as 'John Martin: Painting the Apocalypse'

Click here for the details of the exhibition and events.

Finally, from 21st September 2011 - 15th January 2012 Tate Britain repeated and expanded the event as 'John Martin: Apocalypse'

There is a book edited by exhibition curator Martin Myrone celebrating this event Click Here 


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