The Wesley Centre in Harrogate is restarting live music performances after lockdown forced an early curtain for its concerts in March. These begin on November 2nd with a piano recital.
A Harrogate venue is set to restart live music performances after lockdown forced an early curtain for its concerts in March. The Wesley Centre, on Oxford Street, will be hosting three socially distanced concerts between now and early January. Susan Tomes will be the...
The first digital Raworths Harrogate Literary Festival has been hailed a huge success after a weekend of online events and socially distanced light installations.
Brackenfield School worked with local artist James Brunt to challenge pupils to produce art with one hundred fallen leaves.
The light installation will tell well-known tales as well as the story of Harrogate. It is to promote the Harrogate Literature Festival which is live this weekend.
Paintings donated to Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity by wildlife artist Jos Haigh will be sold at a preview event at the town’s Cedar Court Hotel.
Without tickets sales and sponsors the charity has lost £850,000 of income. In March it was forced to cancel its entire summer season of events, and warns of further tough decisions ahead.
Harewood House Trust has received £695,556 from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, after it closed for 14 weeks during the pandemic.
In this month’s StrayArt column, Johnny talks about the importance of bronze and the useful ways sculptures can be placed in your garden.
Harrogate’s literature festival is now in its 12th year but will, like many events, move online due to social distancing measures.
Ripon Museum Trust receives £117,500 and Ripon Amateur Operatic Society is awarded £54,339 from the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.
Actors from Pateley Bridge Dramatic Society will guide the audience through the Nidderdale town while telling haunted tales. With the Playhouse theatre currently closed, the actors are keeping local theatre alive in a novel, covid-safe way.
Other local venues have also received support today from the £1.5 billion Culture Recovery Fund, with £238,590 awarded to Deer Shed Festival near Topcliffe, £117,500 to Ripon Museum Trust and £54,339 to Ripon Amateur Operatic Society.