A UNIQUE AND EXCITING COLLECTIVE OF ARTISTS STUDIOS AND GALLERIES ON A FORMER INDUSTRIAL SITE, SET ON THE MAGNIFICENT NORTHUMBERLAND COAST
The Old Bath House, which lies less than a mile from the beautiful sweep of Druridge bay, is all that remains of Broomhill Colliery which closed in the 1960s. After a long shift underground, thousands of miners filthy with grime and coal dust would return to the Bath House for a well earned shower, and it remains now as the last monument to this mining heritage.
Whilst retaining much of its original character, the building has now been developed to house a series of gallery, workshop and studio spaces in which a number of local artists and craftspeople have turned this former industrial site into a must-see destination for art lovers in the region.
With a full programme of events, exhibitions and workshops available, along with ample parking and coffee and cake, The Old Bath House offers a unique opportunity for visitors to buy or get involved with art in Northumberland.
The Old Bath House
Different artist studios and galleries have their own opening times, please check individual artists pages for these opening times. Below are the dates for 2019 open days, where all spaces will be open:
Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th November.
SUMMER OPEN STUDIOS (2019)
Over the Summer of 2019, we held three open studio days on the last Sunday of June, July and August.
Easter Open Studios (2019)
On Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st of April we held our third Open Studios event at The Old Bath House - showcasing lots of new work by our resident artists alongside workshop tasters and demonstrations about their practice.
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