Emily Maguire, Helmsley Arts Centre, April 27

Gazette & Herald: Critically-acclaimed singer Emily Maguire to play Orpington Cafe

12:36pm Thursday 17th April 2014

EMILY Maguire once spent four years living in a recycled wood and tin shack in the Australian bush, and it was there that the London-born songwriter made her first two albums, Stranger Place and Keep Walking.

On Our Turf presents Icarus, All Saints Church, Helmsley, April 19 and 20

Gazette & Herald: The cast of Icarus gather in Pocklington

12:06pm Thursday 17th April 2014

IF community theatre is all about spreading wings, then the first commission for York Theatre Royal's On Our Turf project could not be better chosen.

Art and Soul exhibition, St Mary’s Church, Ebberston, April 19-22

Gazette & Herald: Little Barn by Angie McCall

3:53pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

AN ART exhibition featuring work by 22 local artists will be held at St Mary's Church in Ebberston.

REfined, Phoenix Dance Theatre, Milton Rooms, Malton, April 25; Kirkbymoorside Memorial Hall, April 26

Gazette & Herald: Phoenix Dance Theatre which will be appearing at Malton and Kirkbymoorisde thanks to Rural Arts.

3:50pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

PHOENIX Dance Theatre have recently been celebrated as one of Britain’s leading contemporary dance companies having been chosen as one of the headline events at the Yorkshire Festival, part of the festivities for the Grand Depart.

Chu Ma Shu join forces with local bands for a night of music

Gazette & Herald: Chu Ma Shu, join forces with local bands for a night of music

8:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

RYEDALE is in for a treat on Friday when one of the most popular local bands, Chu Ma Shu, join forces with some of the best bands in North Yorkshire for a night of no-nonsense musical entertainment.

Palace Cinema news: Movies and plays keep it local

Gazette & Herald: Rio 2, which features Anne Hathaway as Jewel and Jesse Eisenberg as Blu

8:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

IT is funny to think that there are a lot of first-class national businesses in Malton, which may have some staff who don’t live locally, but assume that it is not as good as where they live.

Scarborough Poetry Walk goes live

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3:39pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

THE Live Canon ensemble is heading to Scarborough to give a one-off performance at the Stephen Joseph Theatre (SJT) o launch a new audio poetry tour of the town, available from Saturday, April 19.

Dawn French, York Barbican, July 12

Gazette & Herald: Dawn French

12:35pm Thursday 10th April 2014

DAWN French is to play York Barbican this summer on her first solo tour. The actress, novelist and comedy queen’s new show, 30 Million Minutes, is based on her life and career.

Get all aboard for a starlight show

Gazette & Herald: The cast of Starlight Express

2:58pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

GET your skates on for the hottest tickets in town on a train journey like no other.

Jesus Christ Superstar, YMCA Theatre, Scarborough, April 10-16

Gazette & Herald: Rehearsals for Jesus Christ Superstar

2:11pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

EXPERIENCED director Duncan Lewis is staging Jesus Christ Superstar as a rock opera at the YMCA Theatre, St Thomas Street, Scarborough, from tomorrow until April 16.

Former library in Kirkbymoorside to host exhibition

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10:09am Wednesday 9th April 2014

THE former library in Kirkbymoorside’s Market Place, which is nearing the end of a major refurbishment, will be reopened as a community meeting place on Saturday, May 3, as part of the Tour de France 100-day cultural festival.

Artist paints life in Malton

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10:05am Wednesday 9th April 2014

HISTORIC buildings and scenes of Malton life have been captured by a professional artist who will exhibit his work next month.

Malton's April food market to be al-fresco

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3:52pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

APRIL’S monthly food market in Malton will have Michelin-star appeal.

Palace Cinema news: Get ready for a super showing

Gazette & Herald: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

3:45pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

THERE hasn’t been a lot out of the ordinary happening at the cinema this week so a chance to consolidate.

Local artists united in the natural world

Gazette & Herald: Low Horcum in Winter by  Richard  Burdon

3:27pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

THE exhibition Naturally Inclined brings four local artists, sculptor Jennifer Tetlow, from Lastingham, photographers Janet and Richard Burdon of Pickering and Helmsley-based jeweller Louise Dwyer together for the first time.

Teechers, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, April 7 and 8

Gazette & Herald: A biting, witty modern comedy from the BAFTA award-winning writer of Bouncers, Perfect Pitch and The Debt Collectors is heading to the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

3:19pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

A BITING, witty modern comedy from the BAFTA award-winning writer of Bouncers, Perfect Pitch and The Debt Collectors is heading to the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough on April 7 to 8.

Eclectic line-up for Helmsley Arts Centre

Gazette & Herald: Soprano Bibi Heal

3:15pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

AN eclectic mix of quality music and comedy drama is coming to Helmsley Arts Centre leading up to Easter.

Multi-choir charity concert in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care

Gazette & Herald: Malton District Male Voice Choir who will be joining 200 singers from across North and East Yorkshire  to raise their voices in a multi-choir charity concert in Scarborough in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.

3:12pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

MORE than 200 singers from across North and East Yorkshire will raise their voices in a multi-choir charity concert in Scarborough in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Union J, Scarborough Open Air Theatre, August 23

Gazette & Herald: BOY band Union J will be the final concert to join this year’s line up at Scarborough Open Air Theatre.

3:10pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

BOY band Union J will be the final concert to join this year’s line up at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Saturday, August 23.

Theatre celebrates 75th birthday of Alan Ayckbourn

Gazette & Herald: Alan Ayckbourn

3:08pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

THE Stephen Joseph Theatre is celebrating a milestone birthday of Alan Ayckbourn in a special concert and party night on Sunday, April 6.

Kate Rusby, Scarborough Spa, October 4

Gazette & Herald: Kate Rusby

11:10am Thursday 3rd April 2014

BARNSLEY folk nightingale Kate Rusby will play Scarborough Spa’s Grand Hall on October 4 as the only North Yorkshire concert of her 12-date autumn tour of England and Scotland.

Peter Pan on Ice, Scarborough Spa, April 9, to April 12

Gazette & Herald: THE world-renowned Russian Ice Stars visit Scarborough Spa in April with a spectacular new adaptation of JM Barrie’s famous fantasy adventure story of the boy who never grew up.

4:14pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

THE world-renowned Russian Ice Stars visit Scarborough Span next month with a spectacular new adaptation of JM Barrie’s famous fantasy adventure story of the boy who never grew up.

Taking Charlie, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, April 10

Gazette & Herald: Taking Charlie

4:09pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

THE Stephen Joseph Theatre is delighted to welcome new work by the Goofus theatre company on its very first tour.

James Walsh to support Boyzone at Scarborough Open Air Theatre, July 26

Gazette & Herald: Frontman of multi-million selling band Starsailor, James Walsh, who is supporting Boyzone at Scarborough Open Air Theatre

3:53pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

JAMES WALSH, frontman of multi-million selling band Starsailor, will support Boyzone at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Saturday, July 26.

Celebrating the sea, Staithes Gallery, April 5 to Sunday

Gazette & Herald: Evening on the Thames by Alan Runagall RSMA (watercolours)

3:46pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

STAITHES Gallery is to host an important national exhibition of paintings by members of the Royal Society of Marine Artists.

Discover a feast of talent at 2014 York Open Studios

Gazette & Herald: Sculptor Sally Arnup at work

3:43pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

DISCOVER a feast of creative talent at the 2014 York Open Studios this April. With open across two weekends this is a great chance to visit over 70 working artists and see the quality of artwork that is being created in York: sculpture, printmaking, painting, traditional crafts, illustration, textiles and ceramics.

News from The Palace Cinema: Puppets, pianos and couture

Gazette & Herald: Muppets Most Wanted continues at the Palace Cinema, in Malton, for the next fortnight

10:00am Wednesday 26th March 2014

THE Beer Town Festival was a great success last weekend and must surely mark Malton as a place where quality beer is brewed by Bad Seed Brewery and Brass Castle Brewery.

Jesus Christ Superstar, YMCA Theatre, Scarborough, April 10 to 16

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4:15pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

WITH just weeks to go before Scarborough’s pre-Easter production of Jesus Christ Superstar, the show’s director says audiences are in for something special.

The Palace Cinema a "fantastic independent cinema”

Gazette & Herald: Cajun Festival in Malton

3:40pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

WELL it is official – it must be, it was in the Sunday Times – The Palace Cinema is “a fantastic independent cinema”. Oh yes and it is part of Malton, which must include Norton, being the 49th best place to live out of the top 101.

Three more bands set for Willowman Festival

Gazette & Herald: Punk band The Blockheads who will be appearing at The Willowman Festival

3:36pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

A TRIO of classic punk and new wave bands have joined the bill at North Yorkshire’s Willowman Festival.

Singing Farmers on tour

Gazette & Herald: The Singing Farmers

3:20pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

THE Singing Farmers are about to leave their sheep and cattle behind for the next couple of weeks and pick up their guitars and microphones as they embark on their 11th annual tour of Yorkshire.

Rudra, Helmsley Arts Centre, April 5

Gazette & Herald: A NEW re-imagination of the mythological tale of Shiva and Kama, told through contemporary kathak dance and Indo-bass, beats and electronica, Rudra is appearing at Helmsley Arts Centre next month,

3:18pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

A NEW re-imagination of the mythological tale of Shiva and Kama, told through contemporary kathak dance and Indo-bass, beats and electronica is appearing at Helmsley Arts Centre next month,

Local colour: paintings of Yorkshire and beyond by Ross Moore, Joe Cornish Galleries, April 4 to 30

Gazette & Herald: Ross Moore's painting "In Hawes".

3:14pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

JOE CORNISH Galleries is hosting a solo exhibition by Yorkshire-based painter Ross Moore this month.

John Hegley’s New and Selected Potatoes, Stephen Joseph Theatre, March 22

Gazette & Herald: John Hegley’s New And Selected Potatoes

3:11pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

COMEDY’S poet laureate is heading back to Scarborough and bringing with him his greatest hits and best of golden oldies compilation...and some new stuff, too.

The Memory of Water, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, March 26 to April 5

Gazette & Herald: The Stephen Joseph Theatre welcomes The Memory of Water from the New Vic this month.

2:59pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

THE Stephen Joseph Theatre (SJT), in Scarborough, welcomes a big-hearted, bittersweet play from the New Vic this month.

Talk about Sir John Sitwell at Scarborough Art Gallery

Gazette & Herald: Sir George Sitwell unmasks a fake medium – from The Graphic newspaper, 7 February 1880

2:56pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

THE life of one of Scarborough’s most famous and unconventional residents is the subject of the next lunchtime talk at Scarborough Art Gallery.

The Typhoons, Milton Rooms, Malton, March 28

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3:27pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

HOT blues and rock band The Typhoons are coming to the Milton Rooms, in Malton, on Friday, March 28.

Stunning wildlife photographs go on display at Nunnington Hall

Gazette & Herald: A little owl walking, by photographer Austin Thomas

10:28am Saturday 15th March 2014

AN EXHIBITION of the most stunning wildlife photographs of 2013 is to go on display at a North Yorkshire country house.

Seann Walsh, The Lie-In King, Selby Town Hall, March 15; Scarborough Spa Promenade Lounge, March 21

Gazette & Herald: What's On module top link image

12:41pm Thursday 13th March 2014

SEANN Walsh will have to get out of bed once more to demonstrate to the world why he is The Lie-In King at Selby this weekend.

Paolo Nutini, Bridlington Spa, May 28

Gazette & Herald: Paolo Nutini last performed at T in the Park in 2010

12:10pm Thursday 13th March 2014

PAISLEY singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini will play Bridlington Spa on May 28 as one of eight dates on his spring tour.

Neil McBride: The Crowd Pleasers, Courthouse Gallery at Rural Arts, Thirsk, until March 29

Gazette & Herald: Work by British visual artist Neil McBride

4:13pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

THE Courthouse Gallery at Rural Arts in Thirsk has recently opened an exhibition featuring the work of Yorkshire-based visual artist Neil McBride.

Royals: Then And Now, Beningbrough Hall, until 2 November

Gazette & Herald: Beningbrough Hall volunteer Natasha Sinton with the the portrait of Prince William and Prince Harry by Nicky Philips

4:08pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

VISITORS to a North Yorkshire stately home will come face to face with royalty this year.

Tom Wrigglesworth, Helmsley Arts Centre, March 15

Gazette & Herald: Tom Wrigglesworth

4:02pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

DIRECT from a sell-out run at last year’s Edinburgh festival, multi-award winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth takes to the road with a new show.

We Will Be Free, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, March 18

Gazette & Herald: We Will Be Free at the Stephen Joseph Theatre

3:59pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

FOLLOWING the hit sellout production The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, Townsend Productions returns to the Stephen Joseph Theatre (SJT), in Scarborough, on Tuesday with the premiere tour of We Will Be Free.

How To Be Immortal, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, March 15

Gazette & Herald: How To Be Immortal is being performed at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, in Scarborough

3:56pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

FROM the creators of highlyacclaimed, innovative shows, including The Bitches Box, The Missionary’s Position and Etherdome, comes a new show exploring one of the great moments in scientific discovery – the eternal human cancer cells.

Raven, Milton Rooms, Malton, April 4

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3:53pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

A FEMALE six-piece instrumental group will be appearing at the Milton Rooms, in Malton, on Friday, April 4.

Catch violinist Andre Rieu on screen

Gazette & Herald: Andre Rieu

4:15pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

I HAVE spent a lot of time on the fight against the supermarket on Wentworth Street car park. There was a vote on Thursday to have the planning decision decided by the full council. Sadly, two Norton councillors voted against and it was lost. However, it is not likely to impact on us here at the cinema.

Archive films to be shown at Pickering event

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10:16am Tuesday 11th March 2014

YORKSHIRE Film Archive will present a film show at the Potter Hill Methodist Church, Pickering, at 2pm tomorrow.

The Last Train To Scarborough production to feature in Yorkshire Festival

Gazette & Herald: Matthew Booth, who plays detective sergeant Jim Stringer in the Stephen Joseph Theatre Production of Last Train to Scarborough, gets into character at the National Railway Museum

10:47am Tuesday 11th March 2014

The Stephen Joseph Theatre’s forthcoming world premiere of the new production of The Last Train To Scarborough has been selected to feature in the Yorkshire Festival 2014.

Little Mix, Scarborough Open Air Theatre, July 27

Gazette & Herald: Little Mix, Scarborough Open Air Theatre,  July 27

4:30pm Thursday 6th March 2014

ONE of the UK’s most popular girl bands, Little Mix will take to the stage at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Sunday, July 27, with special guests Scouting for Girls.






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