Northern Aldborough Festival is set to begin on June 21 offering audiences the live musical performances they have been missing during the pandemic. Festival director, Robert Ogden, looks ahead to the event.
Northern Aldborough Festival is returning this month and festival director, Rob Ogden, said he is excited to offer audiences live performances once more. Stellar acts in the classical genre such as Lesley Garrett and The Haffner Ensemble will perform in Aldborough...
Harrogate’s annual comic art convention has announced some of the best artists and writers in the industry for this year’s line-up, including writers for Marvel and DC comics.
A Harrogate academic has released a book detailing the escapades of the female heroes of the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War. One member of the SOE completed her wireless training in Harrogate before evading German forces for 3 years.
Friends of Mercer Art Gallery is calling for artists to put forward their work to be shown in the online event focused on the planet. Last year’s exhibition received more than 100 applicants and the organisers are hoping for the same success.
The Merry Wives of Windsor will be seen in Ripon on 25 June, with an innovative performance of Shakespeare’s comedy.
Two Ripon Grammar sixth form students and former cathedral choristers, have been awarded prestigious choral scholarships to Cambridge and Worcester.
The longlist of books competing for this year’s Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year has been revealed today. The award, run by Harrogate International Festivals, is widely regarded as the most prestigious in UK crime fiction.
Tickets are available NOW for one of the first big events after lockdown, the Picnic Proms Summer concert series at Harewood House. The musical extravaganza is headlined by Alfie Boe and Aled Jones MBE, with the incredible Queen Symphonic and Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra.
Northern Aldborough Festival is back this June with a line-up of classical stars who will be performing during the weekend.
Lorna Snowden spent her lockdown writing a murder mystery set in a fictional North Yorkshire village. She has now retired so that she can focus on writing the rest of the series.
Jewel expert Susan Rumfitt takes a closer look at the delights of art deco jewellery, including how it developed and the key influencers.
This brown history plaque has been up on Library House in Harrogate since 2018. Only now though has a member of the public noticed a glaring error on it. Can you spot it?