An immersive art performance is coming to Hexham in June.

Hexham Abbey is set to host Arrival, a unique showcase of art and culture on Saturday, June 22.

With two showings planned for 6pm and 8pm, attendees of all ages can expect a mix of live saxophone courtesy of Bridget Enever, and enchanting Ukrainian singing from Yaryna Kvitka.

This performance, the final event of the Seeds of Hope programme, also premiers a new poem by award-winning poet Linda France, crafted from words by the Hexham community in response to the Lost and Found art exhibition.

The exhibiting artists hail from a diverse range of nations including Ukraine, UK, Spain, Netherlands, and the USA.

Arrival explores the resilient stories of displacement and migration, ranging from historical accounts to contemporary migration experiences in Tynedale and beyond.

Highlighting the years of sanctuary provided by Hexham Abbey, Arrival aims to celebrate the multitude of journeys undertaken to eventually find a home in Northumberland.

On the same day, you can also catch the Under the Sun music festival from 12-5pm at the Abbey.

Tickets are available from Hexham Abbey's website

Children have free entry.