Welcome To Redcar Palace

The Redcar Palace is a new arts venue for Redcar, managed by Tees Valley Arts. Here you will find:

  • A warm welcome
  • Exhibitions by artists from our region and around the world,
  • Honestly made local produce to buy
  • A space to talk, learn and teach
  • A garden room to enjoy reading from our library
  • Free WiFi

Our Programme

Saturday Girl About Town with Casey Orr

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Varieties & Contrasts

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The Catch

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Our Spaces

Honestly Made, Honestly Sold

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The Garden Room

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We are Home to

The Blooming Youth Collective

A group of young people who are using our venue to rebuild friendships and to learn new skills as we emerge from the pandemic. Find out how to join and read more here.

Whippet Up CIC

Whippet Up uses art & creativity as a way of working with people to improve wellbeing & tackle social isolation by linking to our wider arts, heritage & science programme. Find out more on their website.

Festival Of Thrift

Festival of Thrift positions artists as inspirers to action and encourages change through workshops, exhibitions and performances  giving families the confidence to create while having fun on a budget. Find out more on their website.

We are supported by

We are grateful for support and assistance from the following organisations over the past year:

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council; Arts Council England; Middlesbrough Council; Tees Valley Combined Authority; National Lottery Heritage Fund; Historic England; County Durham Community Foundation; Teesside University; #iwill campaign for youth action.

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6 days ago

Redcar Palace
We’re in the middle of changing over our exhibitions at Redcar Palace. Our next show will be a celebration to mark the 40th birthday of our parent Charity @teesvalleyarts. This will include a wall dedicated to our growing collection of art work from artists that we have worked with since arriving in Redcar. We’ve been gifted some tins of very special paint to designate this space by @mimauseful and @onyamccausland. Onya’s Saltburn Ochre paint is pigmented with waste iron ore which once contaminated the streams flowing into Saltburn’s Valley Gardens and which turned the stream a distinct orange. The paint has been made in a limited number of 91 tins. Today being 23rd we decided to start with tin No.23 ... See MoreSee Less
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