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Durham Military Tattoo

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DURHAM MILITARY TATTOO 2008. Location: Palace Green, Durham City, DH1 3RW - 0191 3847641 2:30pm Afternoon & 8:30pm Evening Performance. £5.00 Afternoon & £10.00 Evening Performances. The Durham Tattoo will be a spectacular show that will not only celebrate 100 years of history but will also pay tribute to all TA soldiers from the North East, past and present. Commentary will be provided by Major Alasdair Hutton the Œvoice‚ of the Edinburgh Tattoo. Tickets available from Durham Tourist Information Centre. Afternoon Matinee to be seated by 2:00pm performance ends 4:00pm Evening Performance to be seated by 8:00pm - 10:00pm finish

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