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The Curate, A Vicar and 5 Engineers- a North East Railway Dynasty
 


 
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STEPHENSON 200
by  Janet Plater
Directed by Robert Webb
Starring  CHRIS CONNEL as ‘George Stephenson’
15th – 19th July in KILLINGWORTH
  The extraordinary story of an ordinary man from Tyneside who changed the world.
A community play celebrating the bicentenary of George Stephenson’s first locomotive ‘Blücher’ in Killingworth. Debuting children from George Stephenson School and volunteers from the local community, this world-premiere play stars CHRIS CONNEL (‘The Pitmen Painters’, Broadway, Live Theatre, National Theatre, ‘George Gently’, ‘Goal’ and ‘Emmerdale’). Also featuring CATHERINE DRYDEN (‘The Pitmen Painters’), ZOE HAKIN and the BACKWORTH COLLIERY BRASS BAND.

 
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Rocket Autumn 2013


 
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Meetings programme - all start at 7pm.

Wednesday 4th September 2013 "Railways before Stepenson" by Les Turnbull at Newburn Leisure Centre

Wednesday 11th September 2013 " The Northumberland Railway - Brunel in Stephenson's back Yard" by J Michael Taylor MBE at Lemington Centre

Wednesday 18th September 2013 "The Wylam Locomotives" by John Lyffen at Wylam Institute

Wednesday 25th September 2013 "Hedley, Chapman and Isaac Jackson - Who really did What?" by Jim Rees at Walbottle Campus.

Wednesday 9th October 2013 "Stephenson's Triumph - Liverpool 1830 who was there and what they did next" by Bob Gwynne at Heddon on the Wall WI.


 


 
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