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Enduring Christie Mystery In York

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
You would think by now it would be an open secret who did it – especially since The Mousetrap, one of theatre’s most enduring institutions, has been touring on and off for almost decade.…
21st May 2019 03:30 PM

Dumbo Flies!

Jack Bottomley
Media Correspondent
It’s official folks, Disney Live Action remakes/follow-ups are the next superhero-level craze of blockbuster season. Beauty and the Beast and The Jungle Book soared at the box office and this year…
19th May 2019 03:36 PM

Janet Dibley Back In Yorkshire In Spine-Tingler

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
The original inspiration for Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black, Henry James’s classic ghost story The Turn of the Screw, comes to York Theatre Royal from 21 May to 1 June, in a haunting new…
18th May 2019 09:11 AM

Powerful Drama Speaks For A Generation

Phil Hopkins
Arts & Travel Editor
The ‘mistake’ of being an unmarried mother in 1960’s Britain resulted in silent sorrow for thousands of women, persecuted by a holier than though society embarrassed at the shame of being…
17th May 2019 07:41 PM

Interview With Taylor Grey

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Taylor Grey
American singer Taylor Grey has landed the support slot on the current tour from The Vamps which visits Harrogate. Taking a break from her studies at Stanford University where she is…
15th May 2019 11:00 PM

The Vamps Party All Night In Harrogate

Graham Clark
Features Writer
If you had wanted to see The Vamps on tour in the past it would have meant you having to see the four piece in an arena.
Currently on their Four Corners Tour which as the name suggests visits all…
19th May 2019 04:39 PM

A Rebellion Revived In Rap: Jeremiah Comes To Yorkshire's Theatres

Scout Beck
Features Writer
It's a lesser known part of British history but with his original musical show Jeremiah, composer and performer Jack Dean aims to change that.
Telling the story of the Luddite Rebellion and…
19th May 2019 12:30 PM

Poem Of The Week: 'Famous For Fifteen Minutes' By John Foggin

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
John Foggin
I’d wager that most people of a certain age would recognise the cultural resonances of John Foggin’s neat little examination of the cornucopia of the pub.
Formative for many, including…
18th May 2019 08:20 AM

Leeds Playhouse Announces Re-opening Season

Inua Ellams' Barber Shop Chronicles
Leeds Playhouse reopens its doors this October following a £15.8million capital redevelopment, enabling the city’s theatre to be fully accessible to everyone for…
16th May 2019 08:00 AM

Yorkshire Artists In The Spotlight: Carole Gaunt

Simon Bartle
Visual Arts Correspondent
Carole Gaunt was born in Harrogate, and now lives on the edge of Baildon Moor.
A self-taught artist, Carole is inspired by the flowers and plants that grow in
her garden, and by those that are to be…
15th May 2019 09:44 PM
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Now We Are Ten: Settle's Gallery On The Green Marks Its First Decade

The Gallery on the Green – ‘Treasure Island’
This summer the Gallery on the Green, Settle, the miniature art gallery in a phone box, celebrates its tenth anniversary.
To mark the occasion the…
19th May 2019 03:44 PM

Baroque Day, National Centre For Early Music, York

Elaine Annable
Music Correspondent
University of York Baroque Ensemble
After studying the Baroque Concerto at college, I was very much looking forward to revisiting some of my favourite works from this period, and I was not…
18th May 2019 04:14 PM

William Powell Frith: The People’s Painter. A Bicentenary Exhibition

William Powell Frith. A Private View
A major exhibition of the works of William Powell Frith (1819-1909), whose great panoramas of Victorian life made him the most popular painter of his time, will be…
18th May 2019 08:03 AM

Skindred And Disturbed Prove Indestructible As They Disturb The North

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Skindred
If you took a look at the current singles chart you could be forgiven for thinking that rock music is out of fashion. As Benji, lead singer of Skindred is quick to remind the sold out…
15th May 2019 11:00 PM

Conference Of The Birds: Retreat To Settle Stories In August

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
retreat:
Withdraw to a quiet or secluded place.
A period or place of seclusion for the purposes of prayer and meditation.

Dictionary definitions of the word ‘retreat’ are as multiform as the…
15th May 2019 09:23 PM
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