Seaton Delaval Hall Commemoration

On 3 January 1822, over two hundred years ago, Seaton Delaval Hall was devastated by a fire that destroyed an entire wing and left the central block a blackened shell. Its impact can still be seen today and explains why there are doors and windows that appear to lead to nowhere, suspended mid-way up the building.


Working with the National Trust team we created an Evening of Fire and Theatre to commemorate this important date in Seaton Delaval's history. The event took place on 3 Jan 2022, was a complete sell-out and, despite the pouring rain, visitors were still able to enjoy the lights, toast marshmallows, watch the fire dancers, solve the golden apple riddle and enjoy some live music.