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Enlightened Hovingham

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Yorkshire is a big county and Ryedale but a small part of it, but this beautiful parcel of North Yorkshire certainly has a place of prominence in the cultural landscape.

Hot on the heels of the York…
15th Jul 2019 04:26 PM

Martyna Wren - The Collector

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Martyna Wren
Acclaimed British singer songwriter, Martyna Wren follows up her recent single ‘Bigger Things’ with brand new EP, ‘The Collector’. With a nod to her influences & peers, including…
14th Jul 2019 02:59 PM

Now 100 Hits Car Songs (Sony Music, Universal Music)

Graham Clark
Features Writer
The school's are out and the summer holidays are here and this 5 CD compilation could make any long car journey more enjoyable, that is if you still have a CD player in your car as a lot of car…
13th Jul 2019 09:30 AM

Local Weavers Selected For International Exhibition

Ruth Bell from Leeds: 'Unifying Force'
The work of two local tapestry artists has been selected for a prestigious international exhibition in London and Nottingham.
Tapestry weaver Jane Riley, who…
12th Jul 2019 07:40 AM

John Newman Goes Back To His Roots In Leeds

Graham Clark
Features Writer
John Newman
If you were told that John Newman was to play the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds you might think someone was sharing a joke with you. Whatever next Ed Sheeran playing Hebden Bridge Trades…
10th Jul 2019 10:35 PM

HM Johnsen - An Ear For New Sounds

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
HM Johnsen
Aged 22, HM Johnsen has already developed an extraordinary style of guitar playing and song writing. He grew up with the guitar as his closest friend and playing has been his passion since…
15th Jul 2019 09:11 AM

Solem String Quartet, Harrogate Festival

Elaine Annable
Music Correspondent
The Solem String Quartet
Winner of the 2014 Royal Over-Seas League Ensemble Competition, the Solem Quartet was formed in 2011 at the University of Manchester.
Taking its name from the university’s…
14th Jul 2019 05:59 AM

Interview With Olly Alexander (Years And Years) Ahead Of Scarborough Open Air Concert

Graham Clark
Features Writer
UK pop superstars Years & Years are set to light up Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer with their stunning live show.
The chart-topping electro-pop group – fronted by Yorkshire-born singer…
12th Jul 2019 07:38 PM

Robin Taylor

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Inspired by the sounds of hip hop and pop, Robin Taylor blends her inspirations into one concoction that'll get you turning your head; and volume dial up. Robin’s pop/r&b vocals sing stories…
12th Jul 2019 07:21 AM

Poem Of The Week: ‘Flood’ By Blake Morrison

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Blake Morrison
Climate change prognoses in recent times have rendered Skipton-born writer Blake Morrison’s interpretively-complex poem more relevant than ever. But the battering of the east coast…
10th Jul 2019 10:54 AM
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Vox Lumnis

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Vox Lumnis
The York Early Music Festival, an outstanding success, came to a triumphant close with a visit from the world-class period music ensemble from Belgium, Vox Lumnis, with the Bach Family…
14th Jul 2019 04:51 PM

Les Misérables - Still An Emotional Tour De Force

Phil Hopkins
Arts & Travel Editor
Les Misérables - photo Matthew Murphy
It is rare to see something as musically and theatrically complete as Les Misérables, great in every sense of the word and deserving of any critic’s ten out…
13th Jul 2019 01:19 PM

A Slice Of American Pie: Folk Rock Legend Don McLean Heads To Middlesbrough This Summer

Don McLean
Singer-songwriter and folk-rock icon Don McLean is set to perform a one-off North East concert this summer when he rolls into Teesside as part of his current transatlantic tour.
McClean,…
12th Jul 2019 03:07 PM

Jack Savoretti Interview

Graham Clark
Features Writer
His last album, Singing To Strangers went to Number 1 earlier this year and he has recently sold out Wembley Arena. With an autumn tour just announced, Jack Savoretti is one of the biggest names in…
10th Jul 2019 11:00 PM

Calving, Castration & Caecal Torsion: On Call With A Yorkshire Vet By Julian Norton

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Julian Norton
Julian Norton’s window on his vocation is opened once more with the latest fascinating record of daily events in the life of a Yorkshire vet. Taken from his Yorkshire Post column, this…
9th Jul 2019 04:38 PM
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