Matt cartoon exhibition hopes to draw in the crowds

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9:18am Monday 1st September 2014

A STATELY home in Ryedale is getting ready to stage an exhibition of one of the country's best loved cartoonists.

Music and art combine at Inspired by...Gallery

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4:08pm Thursday 28th August 2014

SALTBURN artist and musician Andy Broderick will host an evening of music and conversation at the Inspired by… Gallery at The Moors National Park Centre, Danby, on September 6.

Kate Rusby, Scarborough Spa, October 4; York Barbican, December 12

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10:38am Thursday 28th August 2014

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Sounds In The Grounds, Castle Howard, Malton, August 30

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10:20am Thursday 28th August 2014

SOUNDS In The Grounds brings together a Minster FM line-up of bands, family entertainment, games and food and drink stalls at Castle Howard, near York, on Saturday.

Review: Whitby Folk Week, Whitby, August 16 to 22

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2:50pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

OSCAR Wilde said "Nothing ages like happiness", and driving back over the moors after another Whitby Folk Week, his words had never had more resonance.

Filey Fake Festival, Filey Brigg Country Park, August 30

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 27th August 2014

SOME of the country’s biggest tribute acts will be appearing at the first Filey Fake Festival on Saturday.

Late addition to Remember Scarborough exhibition

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 27th August 2014

A LATE addition has been made to the new exhibition at Scarborough Art Gallery, Remember Scarborough, which opened last month.

Roundelay, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, September 4 to October 4

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8:00am Wednesday 27th August 2014

ALAN AYCKBOURN marks his 75th birthday year with the world premiere of his 78th play at Stephen Joseph Theatre next week.

Anton de Beke and Erin Boag in That’s Entertainment, York Barbican, March 14, 2015

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 27th August 2014

ANTON DU BEKE and Erin Boag have announced they are taking part in a spectacular new show, That’s Entertainment.

Palace Cinema news: Something to shout about

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 27th August 2014

WE have been looking at Trip Advisor and found that we are the number two attraction in Malton. Now this might not normally be something to shout about, but the number one attraction is the excellent Eden Camp.

Spirited Wildlife, Inspired by… gallery, The Moors National Park Centre, Danby, until September 16

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3:15pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

THE wildlife of the North York Moors National Park worked in wire and willow, cast in bronze and portrayed in watercolours is the subject of the exhibition at the Inspired by… gallery at The Moors National Park Centre, Danby.

69 Shades Of Black, York Barbican, April 30, 2015; Scarborough Spa Pavilion Theatre, May 3, 2015

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10:40am Tuesday 26th August 2014

STEPS singer and actress Faye Tozer is to star in the new comedy for a girls' night out, 69 Shades Of Black, visiting York Barbican on April 30 in next year's 44-date tour.

Review: Galtres Parklands Festival, Duncombe Park, Helmsley

Gazette & Herald:

10:21am Tuesday 26th August 2014

The Galtres Parklands Festival has come a long way since it started as a beer festival at The Durham Ox pub in Crayke ten years ago.

Fired, Drawn, Painted exhibition, Pickering Memorial Hall, August 29 to September 1

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 20th August 2014

A PICKERING artist is teaming up with the two people who inspired her career for a three-day showcase of their work. Kezy Feaster is exhibiting her work along side Sally and Brian Tozer at Pickering Memorial Hall from August 29 to September 1.

That Vile Train: World War One Ambulance Train Travel, Scarborough Art Gallery, August 29

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 20th August 2014

THE next in a series of lunchtime talks at Scarborough Art Gallery focuses is on the ambulance trains of the First World War.

Jethro, Whitby Pavilion, September 23

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 20th August 2014

CORNISH comedy legend Jethro is back at Whitby Pavilion’s theatre on Tuesday, September 23.

Palace Cinema news: The weather can’t stop a film

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 20th August 2014

THE weather continues to disappoint us and people are looking for inside activities so we are nicely busy. We are continuing to change films around so that we keep a varied programme, while keeping the films that are still bringing audiences in. Milton Rooms Music in the Studio has Blackheart on Friday.

Harrogate Festival Chorus annual concert, Ampleforth Abbey, August 23

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1:04pm Tuesday 19th August 2014

A THOROUGHLY Yorkshire flavour will be brought to Ampleforth Abbey this weekend with Harrogate Festival Chorus’s annual concert.

Scarborough Jazz Festival, September 26 to 28

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3:18pm Thursday 14th August 2014

TICKET sales are at a record level for next month's Scarborough Jazz Festival, say the organisers, who report rapid business for the September 26 to 28 event.

Big names help Galtres Festival celebrate 10th year

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3:02pm Thursday 14th August 2014

GALTRES Parklands Festival takes place at Duncombe Park, Helmsley, next week, marking its tenth anniversary in style.

Whitby Folk Week, August 16 to 22

Gazette & Herald:

12:29pm Thursday 14th August 2014

It’s time for Whitby, the festival no music-lover can afford to miss, as Natalya Wilson reports

Blackheart, Milton Rooms, Malton, August 22

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11:51am Thursday 14th August 2014

BLACKHEART, winners of the Best British Duo accolade from the Exposure Music Awards, are appearing at the Malton Milton Rooms on August 22 as part of their Beautifully Acoustic Tour.

Summer Rockin’ Event, Scarborough Spa, August 16 and 17

Gazette & Herald: Scarborough Spa

11:49am Thursday 14th August 2014

TEDDY boys and girls from the four corners of the British Isles, as well as overseas, will descend on the Scarborough Spa this weekend for the annual Summer Rockin’ Event.

Castle Howard Proms Spectacular, August 16

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11:46am Thursday 14th August 2014

EXUBERANT conductor Jae Alexander is back on baton duty with the English National Orchestra at the Castle Howard Proms Spectacular on Saturday night.

The Boy Who Fell Into A Book, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, until August 31

Gazette & Herald:

4:49pm Thursday 7th August 2014

ALAN AYCKBOURN directs a new musical version of his 1998 play The Boy Who Fell Into A Book, which premieres at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre (SJT) in his 75th birthday year.

Within This Landscape - audio walk with art installations at Coxwold

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12:10pm Thursday 7th August 2014

IT begins at The Fauconberg Arms pub in Coxwold and ends in the village churchyard where Hannah Davies's mother is buried.

Tony Jameson, Scarborough Spa, November 23

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11:00am Thursday 7th August 2014

FOOTBALL Manager addict and rising north east comedian Tony Jameson will bring his debut Edinburgh Fringe show to Scarborough Spa on Sunday, November 23.

Auditions for Snow White at Kirk Theatre, Pickering

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11:02am Thursday 7th August 2014

PICKERING Musical Society’s 2015 pantomime at the Kirk Theatre, Pickering, will be Snow White And Her Seven Dwarfs.

Scriptwriting workshop at Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, August 16

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10:39am Thursday 7th August 2014

BUDDING writers, aged 18 to 35, are invited to a free scriptwriting workshop at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, on August 16 from 2pm to 5pm.

Blake, Scarborough Spa, October 3

Gazette & Herald:

10:37am Thursday 7th August 2014

BRIT award-winning vocal harmony group Blake will return to Scarborough Spa on their 20-date autumn tour.

Yorkshire coast comes under fire during First World War

Gazette & Herald: HISTORIC PAPERS: Debbie Seymour, chief executive of Scarborough Museums Trust , with the Winston Churchill letter Picture: Tony Bartholomew

4:39pm Thursday 31st July 2014

A LONG-lost World War I letter in which Winston Churchill brands the German navy as ‘the baby-killers of Scarborough’ has been unearthed during research for a major new exhibition at Scarborough Art Gallery.

Yorkshire Art Trail, Helmsley Summer Celebration, August 2

Gazette & Herald:

3:52pm Thursday 31st July 2014

THE Yorkshire Art Trail will paint a picture of life in the Broad Acres at Helmsley’s Summer Celebration on Saturday (August 2).

Making a weekend of Yorkshire Day

Gazette & Herald: Em Whitfield Brooks,  the new artistic director of Helmsley Arts Centre

3:03pm Thursday 31st July 2014

HELMSLEY’S Summer Celebration will run from Friday to Sunday, extending Yorkshire Day into an entire weekend with a White Rose county theme.

Esk Valley Theatre presents One For The Road, Robinson Institute, Glaisdale, near Whitby, August 7 to 30

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10:52am Thursday 31st July 2014

ESK Valley Theatre has picked Willy Russell's One For The Road as the Yorkshire moorland company's tenth anniversary production.

Review: The Boy Who Fell Into A Book, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

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10:30am Tuesday 29th July 2014

ALAN Ayckbourn's The Boy Who Fell Into A Book is now also Paul James, Cathy Shostak and Eric Angus's The Boy Who Fell Into A Musical Book.

Stornoway, Deer Shed Festival, near Thirsk, July 25 to 27

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1:50pm Thursday 24th July 2014

STORNOWAY'S headline set on Sunday at the Deer Shed Festival must have seemed a million miles away when the phone rang at Brian Briggs's house.

Scarborough Seafest 2014, July 25 to 27

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1:42pm Thursday 24th July 2014

RISING York band The Buffalo Skinners are not only a late addition to Scarborough Seafest 2014, but they also will be the headliners, topping Saturday night's music bill at 10.10pm after the ten o'clock fireworks.

Musical Theatre Summer School at Helmsley Arts Centre, July 28 to Aug 1

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10:50am Thursday 24th July 2014

THE Musical Theatre Summer School at Helmsley Arts Centre will run from Monday to Friday, led by 19-year-old director and choreographer Jolley Gosnold, whose talent and experience belies his age.

Keith Blessed exhibition, Grays Court, Chapter House, Street, York until October 1

Gazette & Herald:

3:37pm Thursday 17th July 2014

WHITBY artist Keith Blessed is exhibiting his pastels at Grays Court, Chapter House, Street, York until October 1.

Just A Quickie with...Alan Ayckbourn

Gazette & Herald:

2:51pm Thursday 17th July 2014

Alan Ayckbourn's world premiere of a musical adaptation of his 1998 play The Boy Who Fell Into A Book opens in Scarborough tomorrow.

Foundation giving young musicians a Jumpstart

Gazette & Herald:

2:33pm Thursday 17th July 2014

IMAGINE if you had the musical talent but not the means to maximise it.

Singers and dancers in fundraising spectacle

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7:52am Thursday 17th July 2014

A STARLIGHTERS spectacular is being planned by multi-talented students to raise money for their performing arts school.

Review: Cox & Box - Mrs Bouncer's Legacy, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, on various dates until August 30

Gazette & Herald:

2:47pm Monday 14th July 2014

IF the over-loaded Last Train To Scarborough ran close to derailment last month, Chris Monks now surpasses himself with his second convoluted adaptation of the summer, but with ultimately more enjoyable results.

Rural Arts exhibition, Old Courthouse, Thirsk, until September 6

Gazette & Herald: Made in Yorkshire artwork by Hilary Simms

4:00pm Thursday 10th July 2014

CHEESE, ale and the perfect pudding for any roast – all of these are made in Yorkshire. Art, however, you may be forgiven from missing off the list.

Scarborough Seafest, July 25 to 27

Gazette & Herald: Costumes, colour and calypso will bring a flavour of the Caribbean to the 16th annual Scarborough Seafest.

3:27pm Thursday 10th July 2014

COSTUMES, colour and calypso will bring a flavour of the Caribbean to the 16th annual Scarborough Seafest.

Stape Silver Band and Malton District Male Voice Choir, Pickering Memorial Hall, July 19

Gazette & Herald: Malton District Male Voice Choir and Stape Silver Band in Pickering are joining forces for a rare combined voice and brass concert to celebrate Yorkshire Day.

3:21pm Thursday 10th July 2014

MALTON District Male Voice Choir and Stape Silver Band in Pickering are joining forces for a rare combined voice and brass concert to celebrate Yorkshire Day.

Vashti Bunyan, Band Room, Low Mill, Farndale, October 11

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10:34am Thursday 10th July 2014

CULT folk singer-songwriter Vashti Bunyan will make her Band Room debut at Low Mill, Farndale, on October 11 in the week she releases Heartleap as her first album in nine years.

Kimber’s Men, Helmsley Arts Centre, July 12

Gazette & Herald: The Kimber's Men concert starts 8pm Friday, South Petherton.

3:19pm Thursday 10th July 2014

FOLLOWING successful tours last year, Kimber’s Men will be appearing at Helmsley Arts Centre on Saturday.

Palace Cinema news: 12 years of big screen magic

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4:01pm Thursday 10th July 2014

Well what an interesting and varied time we are having – last week Malton Show, this week cabaret at Milton Rooms and Ryedale Youth Theatre.

Julie Vernon exhibition, Bils and Rye gallery, Nunnington, until 31 July 2014

Gazette & Herald: Reforms are Needed by Julie Vernon

4:29pm Wednesday 9th July 2014

A VISION of our not-so-perfect world is the inspiration of a new exhibition of work by Julie Vernon.






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