Remember Scarborugh, Scarborough Art Gallery, until January 4, 2015

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

Gazette & Herald: (8757310)

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

Gazette & Herald: ©  Tony Bartholomew 
 07802 400651/mail@bartpics.co.uk
18th July 2014

PICTURE COPYRIGHT TONY BARTHOLOMEW
ALL PICTURES SUPPLIED TO THE STEPHEN JOSEPH THEATRE FOR USE IN PRESS,PUBLICITY FOR THIS PRODUCTION AND FOR USE ON ALL IN HOUSE PUBLICATIONS AND

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

Gazette & Herald: CHEF_08850.NEF (7918755)

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.

Ryedale Festival, 11 to 27 July

Gazette & Herald: La Serenissima

9:29am Wednesday 9th July 2014

TWO WEEKS of inspiring performances in the houses, churches, theatres and other venues of Ryedale gets underway on Friday.

Peter Watson, Beyond Art, Nunnintgton, until August 15

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12:09pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

NUNNINGTON gallery Beyond Art feared it would not have any paintings to display for its latest exhibition when they kept being sold as soon as they were finished.

Godfrey’s Last Stand and Give A Little Love, Fauconberg Arms, Coxwold, near Easingwold, July 17

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11:59am Thursday 3rd July 2014

TWO new one-act plays by Calderdale writer and director Alan Stockdill will be performed at the Fauconberg Arms, in Coxwold, near Easingwold, on July 17 to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Young cast present Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Gazette & Herald: Sam Lowe is playing his first  lead role asJoseph with Pickering Musical Society Youth Section

12:03pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

A CAST of over 30 youngsters will be taking to the stage this weekend in a prodcution of Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Review: Paul Weller, Dalby Forest

Gazette & Herald:

2:05pm Monday 30th June 2014

“This is better than Metallica on a Friday night” chirps Paul Weller, alluding to the heavy metal giants headlining Glastonbury in a rather bigger, and damper, field than the one we’re all standing in at Dalby Forest.

Extreme Truck Show, Pickering Showground, July 23

Gazette & Herald: Extreme Truck Show,  Pickering Showground, July 23

3:44pm Friday 27th June 2014

WHETHER you are a fan of monster trucks, motorbikes, BMX or just general mayhem, the Extreme Stunt Show Live Arena, in Pickering, will be the place to be.

Flying Cloud present The Book, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, June 25 and 26

Gazette & Herald: Flying Cloud present The Book,  Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, June 25 and 26

3:41pm Friday 27th June 2014

FOLLOWING on from the success of their debut show Napoli, Yorkshire-based theatre company Flying Cloud return to the Stephen Joseph Theatre, in Scarborough, with their new play The Book.

Bird On A Wire, The Studio Gallery, Belle Vue Parade, Scarborough, until July 13

Gazette & Herald: 'Bird on a Wire' is a contemporary textile exhibition currently showing at the  Studio Gallery in Scarborough.

3:16pm Thursday 26th June 2014

'BIRD on a Wire' is a contemporary textile exhibition showing at the Studio Gallery in Scarborough.

Eva Thorarinsdottir, Scarborough Symphony Orchestra, Scarborough’s Methodist Central Hall, July 19

Gazette & Herald: Eva Thorarinsdottir, Scarborough Symphony Orchestra, Scarborough’s Methodist Central Hall, July 19

2:22pm Thursday 26th June 2014

A young Icelandic violinist will be the soloist at the next concert of the Scarborough Symphony Orchestra, playing the renowned Sibelius Violin Concerto.

James Blunt, Dalby Forest, near Pickering, June 26

Gazette & Herald: James Blunt will perform at Epsom Downs Racecourse this summer

3:29pm Thursday 12th June 2014

JAMES Blunt is on a world tour for 15 months. Who knows, given the title of his fourth album Moon Landing, he could even land there next.

Snickets, Stones and Streams, Inspired by… gallery, June 20 - July 20

Gazette & Herald: Work by John Egerton, of Sneaton Pottery,

3:36pm Wednesday 11th June 2014

RUNNING water, moss-covered boulders, intricate geological formations and man’s stamp on the landscape combine to inspire a new exhibition at The Moors National Park Centre in Danby.

Review: The Last Train To Scarborough, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, until June 14

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12:21pm Wednesday 11th June 2014

SO many reasons abound for wanting The Last Train To Scarborough to be a chuffing good show.

Deer Shed Festival, Baldersby Park, Topcliffe, July 25-27

Gazette & Herald: Johnny Marr at The Dutchess, York, on Tuesday evening. Picture David Harrison. (6831043)

3:43pm Thursday 5th June 2014

JOHNNY Marr may break in new material when he headlines day two of the fifth Deer Shed Festival at Baldersby Park, Topcliffe, on July 26.

Helmsley Arts Centre's Writing Weekend

Gazette & Herald: (6815899)

2:49pm Thursday 5th June 2014

HELMSLEY Arts Centre's Writing Weekend celebrates the art of storytelling and the craft of writing in a participatory programme of events from tomorrow until Sunday, ranging from writer-led workshops to films, plays and audiences with authors.

Jug-gling life for new photo exhibition in Ampleforth

Gazette & Herald: (Left) Betty Fox and photographer Lucy Saggers admire the 85 year old jug that features in one of Lucy's pictures in her North Yorkshire Open Studios exhibition at Ford End House in Ampleforth.Picture : Garry Atkinson (6827578)

7:45am Thursday 5th June 2014

“OUR stockings and overalls are the best obtainable in the district.”

Galtres Parklands Festival headliners revealed

Gazette & Herald:

9:12am Monday 2nd June 2014

COUNTER-CULTURE acts Morcheeba and Tricky will be the Saturday night co-headliners for the Galtres Parklands Festival 2014 at Duncombe Park, Helmsley, this summer.

Paintings produced on former WW1 battlefields go on show in Ryedale

Gazette & Herald: Robert Perry with one of his pictures showing shattered infantry shelters at Verdun on the World War One battlefields which is one of the drawings and paintings done on site that are now an exhibition at Nunnington Hall from Saturday 17 May. Picture : Gar

3:03pm Friday 30th May 2014

PAINTINGS by an artist who produced his work on location at the former battlefields of the First World War have gone on show in Ryedale.

Film news from The Palace Cinema, Malton

Gazette & Herald: Maleficent

11:18am Friday 30th May 2014

Well no sooner did I say the sun is cracking the flagstones and the weather forecast got it right (well a day late) and we got the rain to entice people into the cinema. I promise I haven’t been doing my rain dance!

Matisse Live, Helmsley Arts Centre, June 3

Gazette & Herald: Matisse Live Dance

10:56am Friday 30th May 2014

A PRIMA ballerina and a jazz legend join those bringing Matisse’s joyous cut-outs to life in this live cinema celebration of Tate’s blockbuster exhibition.

Male voice choirs join forces for Two's Comany concert

Gazette & Herald: Malton Male Voice Choir

10:49am Friday 30th May 2014

NEWCHURCH Male Voice Choir makes its first visit to our region on Friday, May 30tto join forces with Malton District Male Voice Choir in a spring musical treat “Two’s Company”.

Only a few discounted tickets remain for Galtres Parklands Festival

Gazette & Herald: Crowds wait to get in to the Galtres Parkland Festival at Duncombe Park

10:49am Friday 30th May 2014

ONLY a few of the discounted tickets for this year’s Galtres Parklands Festival are left.

Joe Longthorne, Kirk Theatre, Pickering, June 19

Gazette & Herald: Singer Joe Longthorne will be at the Kirk Theatre, in Pickering, next month as part of his Up Close and Personal tour

10:45am Friday 30th May 2014

LEGENDARY singer Joe Longthorne will appear at the Kirk Theatre, in Pickering, on Thursday, June 19, as part of his Up Close and Personal tour.

Across The North Sea, The Dutch House, Crayke, until June 15

Gazette & Herald: Sculpture by Andrew Martin

4:45pm Thursday 29th May 2014

A NEW art gallery in the area is Going Dutch. The Dutch House in Crayke near Easingwold is opening a gallery named Kunsthuis (Art House).

North Yorkshire Open Studios, June 7 and 8; June 14 and 15

Gazette & Herald: SerenaPartridge at work

4:42pm Thursday 29th May 2014

RYEDALE artists are throwing open their studio doors this June as part of the North Yorkshire Open Studios.

Superhero Snail Boy, Pocklington Arts Centre, May 28; Helmsley Arts Centre, May 29

Gazette & Herald: (6385844)

3:32pm Thursday 22nd May 2014

ELIZABETH Muncey's fantastical family show Superhero Snail Boy looks at loss through the eyes of a child's eye.

The Little Festival Of Everything, Fauconberg Arms, Coxwold, May 9 to 11

Gazette & Herald: Dominic Allen

12:07pm Thursday 8th May 2014

THE Little Festival Of Everything returns to the Fauconberg Arms, in Coxwold, near Easingwold, from tomorrow evening until Sunday.

National Theatre Connections Festival, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, May 12 to 14

Gazette & Herald: National Theatre Connections Festival, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, May 12 to 14

4:32pm Wednesday 7th May 2014

THE Stephen Joseph Theatre, in Scarborough, will be presenting four different plays and a rehearsed reading by six different schools, colleges and theatre groups from May 12 to 14 as part of the National Theatre Connections Festival.

Rotunda Museum and Scarborough Art Gallery hold Museums at Night events

Gazette & Herald: Rotunda Museum

4:27pm Wednesday 7th May 2014

OPERA, cocktails and a family sleepover in one of the world’s oldest museums – it must be Museums at Night.

Something for all in Helmsley Arts Centre line-up

Gazette & Herald: Whitby Lifeboat Station Coxswain Mike Russell brings dramatic stories of rescues in all weathers with his talk 'RNLI: Storms at Sea' to Helmsley Arts Centre

4:18pm Wednesday 7th May 2014

WARTIME drama, young musicians and nautical tales come to Helmsley Arts Centre this week.

Geoffrey Boycott and Jonathan Agnew, York Barbican, September 25

Gazette & Herald: Geoffrey Boycott and Jonathan Agnew, York Barbican, September 25

4:20pm Wednesday 7th May 2014

GEOFFREY BOYCOTT and Jonathan Agnew will be coming to York Barbican in September for an evening of stories, banter and quick wit.






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