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Jul 17 - Sep 2

Harry Potter: A History of Magic

Harry Potter: A History of Magic comes to the Dorman Museum for the summer holidays!

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Creative Fires and Middlesbrough Libraries Presents The Speaking Self - a special evening of Dramatic Monologues following a course for new and experienced writers led by poet and playwright Andy Willoughby exploring different ways of presenting the fictional and autobiographical "I" to a live audience drawing on personal, historical and mythological research. 

Tickets £3 - reserve your place on 01642 729002.

Central Library

The Central Public Library was officially opened in 1912 by Alderman Amos Hinton. Built on two plots of land, one donated by Sir Hugh Bell, the other by Alderman Amos Hinton, the foundation stone was laid in 1910 and the building, sometimes known as the Carnegie Library, was officially opened on May 8, 1912. Featuring a classical design selected from 203 submissions, its architects were Messrs. S. B. Russell and T. E. Cooper, of Gray's Inn Square, London.

In its original form, it provided a lending library where boys' and girls' sections were separated by a screen, a ladies' reading room, a central news room with a separate entrance in Grange Road, and on the first floor were the law and patent and reference libraries. This was Middlesbrough's first purpose-built premises to house its public library.

Further contact information

Lending Library: 01642 729002; lending_library@middlesbrough.gov.uk

Reference Library: 01642 729001; reference_library@middlesbrough.gov.uk

Opening times

Monday 9.30am-7pm
Tuesday 9.30am-7pm
Wednesday 9.30am-5pm
Thursday 9.30am-7pm
Friday 9.30am-5pm
Saturday 9.30am-5pm
Sunday Closed