Harrogate International Festivals’ nine-day cultural line-up includes a carnival, outdoor Shakespeare, a music festival, the annual crime writing festival and the return of the Spiegeltent.
Harrogate is to hold a carnival for the first time in three years as part of a summer programme of cultural activities announced today. Harrogate International Festivals will stage nine nights of events. starting on July 28 with the Brodsky Quartet at St Wilfrid’s...
The festival will take place at Knaresborough House next week from 10am to 4:30pm each day from Thursday to Saturday.
If you’re interested in the Yorkshire dialect, or like performing to an audience of fellow writers, there’s something for you in Ripon on Thursday evening.
The exhibition is accompanied by a children’s trail, which encourages young people to hunt for hidden faces in the bark of trees at the World Heritage Site near Ripon.
Tickets for performances at the first Ripon Theatre Festival are now on sale, though many events will be staged free of charge.
During those early months of the pandemic, Ms Lishman couldn’t work her job as a reflexologist or see her youngest family members, so with time on her hands, she began to write them a story. She was inspired by the nature surrounding her dairy farm in Castley.
In 2008, Claire Baxter was struggling to get a post as an art teacher. Fast forward to 2022, Claire is a successful artist with her own gallery in Pateley Bridge and has just been nominated for a national art award.
All you need to know about the Fire and Light Experience, which begins its three-night run in Harrogate’s Valley Gardens this evening.
Harrogate’s Valley Gardens is set to be lit up for a fire and light experience from Thursday to Saturday. Here’s all the essential information about the event.
Acid Reign was formed by Granby High School pupils in the 1980s. They would rehearse in Calcutt Village Hall, before signing to a major record label.
More than a century after the Victorian spa era, Harrogate’s new tourism body Destination Harrogate is to promote the district as a health and wellbeing hotspot once again. Gemma Rio, the woman leading the initiative, reveals how it plans to do it.
Harrogate Borough Council has joined forces with seven Ripon venues to organise a free day of family entertainment next month.