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Restaurant Offers to Mark Town Hall's 130th Anniversary

By Published January 25, 2019

LOCAL restaurants are running special deals to mark Middlesbrough Town Hall’s 130thanniversary celebrations this weekend.

On Saturday, January 26, Turtle Bay are offering three courses for £15 and 2 for 1 cocktails all day.

Meanwhile Eliano's will offer 20% off the food bill on the weekend of the 130 year celebrations of the town hall. Customers just have to quote 130 when booking.

Middlesbrough Town Hall is celebrating its 130th with a two days of free events including an interactive laser display in Centre Square, a DJ set and gig by Maximo Park frontman Paul Smith, and a variety of performances and demonstrations by local community groups.

Renowned photographer Julian Germain will also be unveiling his latest portrait exhibition: a celebration of life in Middlesbrough featuring a range of community groups.

In recognition of the rich history of the building, the original 1889 opening parade photo will be recreated with a contemporary twist. People are invited to be part of the photo, which will be taken by photography Charles Twist using original 19th century lenses.

On both evenings, award-winning digital artist Seb Lee-Delisle, will bring interactive Laser Light Synths to be projected on the exterior of the Town Hall.

As the public play the custom-made synths, powerful lasers project animated visuals that respond to the music and shower the entire building with light.


Friday, January 25:

Laser Light Synths - 5pm–10pm


Saturday, January 26:

Recreation of opening ceremony - 11am–12pm

Be Part of the Community - 1pm–4pm.

Tea & Cake - 1pm – 4pm

Paul Smith DJ Set - 1.30pm – 2.15pm

Contemporary Composer – 52 Songs

Our Town Hall: The musical heart of Middlesbrough - 7.30pm – 9.15pm


For more information visit: https://www.middlesbroughtownhall.co.uk/shows/town-hall-130th-celebrations/



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