Live Events

Over the years, GMDT has developed a portfolio of events, largely built up and developed by the Trust's interest groups. This section previews and reports on GMDT- organised events, for a comprehensive listing of events in and around Morpeth, we recommend the More in Morpeth website.

Northumbrian Concert

17 February 2017

Fundraiser and foretaste of the 50th Anniverary "Golden" Morpetn Northumbrian Gathering

... with Alistair Anderson, Bob Bolam, Border Directors, Colin Bradford, Robin Dunn and Fiddler’s Elbow, Anita James and Ernie Gordon, Ann Wilkinson, Alex Swailes MBE. Raffle and refreshments.

Tickets Adult £10, OAP £9, Child £8 from Morpeth Chantry TIC, Bridge St tel 01670 623455

For more info, contact Kim Bibby Wilson tel 01670 513308

Community Cinema "Grapes of Wrath" (1940)

03 March 2017

3rd February "Grapes of Wrath" (1940)

The classic John Ford film starring Henry Fonda.

"A poor Midwest family is forced off of their land. They travel to California, suffering the misfortunes of the homeless in the Great Depression."




Tickets £6 from GMDT at the Lodge, the Town Council at the Town Hall or the TIC at the Chantry - and on the door if not sold out

The 2017 Community Cinema Programme

​The programme continues usually on the 1st Friday of each month

7th April: "Selma" (2015)

5th May: "Eddie the Eagle" (2016)

2nd June: "Brooklyn" (2015)

summer break

​1st September: "Florence Foster Jenkins" (2015)

6th October: "45 Years" (2015)

3rd November: "Everest" (2015)

1st December: "Inside Out" (2015)

Morpeth Northumbrian Gathering 2017

21 April 2017

The 50th annual Morpeth Northumbrian Gathering - the "Golden Gathering" - will be Fri 21st Sat 22nd Sun 23rd April 2017

Make sure the dates are in your diary now.

We are always on the look out for new opportunities so if you have an event you could see working well in Morpeth or would like to work with our interest groups to develop new ideas please contact us by email or tel 01670 503866.

We also recommend "Inside Morpeth" magazine edited by Ian Leech email: for more in-depth reporting of local events.