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Illuminating York 2013 is set the be the biggest spectacle yet, and the volunteering team are looking for people who’d like to join in the experience.
Record tourism figures were announced at Visit York’s annual Tourism Conference this morning, where two hundred businesses gathered to listen to an expert panel of speakers.
Two York businesses have been recognised as social pioneers, having been named in the Top 10 for Social Impact in the Smarta 100 list. Now they need your vote to win £10,000!
Joseph Rowntree Theatre are looking for an individual to join their board of directors and act as a trustee of the charity, seeking a volunteer Stage Crew Director.
Storyteller Helen M Sant greets the coming Halloween with tales of ghosts in York.
Alice Utley Parker reviews underground indie heroes Spector at The Duchess. Featuring photos from Mike Powell.
As Easingwold-born singer-songwriter, producer and all-round creative force David Lawrie counts down to the release of the video for his new single ‘Storm Petrel’, One&Other is delighted to bring you a series of exclusive first looks at a set of stripped back live performances, filmed in an evocative forest setting.
Guy Fawkes and the gunpowder plot is being produced into a feature film, which is expected to be filmed on location at a number of UK destinations including York, the birthplace of Guy Fawkes.
Please Please You unveil a new season of live music in York and Leeds, featuring the legendary likes of Superchunk and Robyn Hitchcock.
‘Interactive community theatre’ is a term that would have most Britons’ upper lips stiffening with distaste. Wouldn’t they rather sit…
York Theatre Royal have announced the appointment of architect and design team De Matos Ryan, who will work on the Capital re-development project that will see the theatre’s public spaces transformed during 2015.
This week is National Chocolate Week and with York’s unrivaled 150 years of chocolate history there is plenty of chocolate indulgence over the next seven days.
Promising a combination of real ales, craft beers, pizza and live music, The Hop on Fossgate is due to open its doors this Friday following a £300k investment.
Fundraisers at York Minster are hoping that a combination of art and ceramics will help raise money to support the maintenance of the medieval cathedral, as a new limited edition mug goes on sale for the first time.
Asda in York has been chosen as the first store location that will trial a miniature 3D printing service, with prices starting from £40 upwards.
Pilot Theatre are have announced that there will be a webcast stream of their critically acclaimed, sold–out collaborative production with Slung Low and York Theatre Royal, Blood + Chocolate on Thursday 17th October from 6.30pm.