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Visitors to the National Railway Museum’s Great Hall this autumn will be treated to a spectacular free event as Mallard and its sister locomotives are bathed in spectacular lighting as part of the Illuminating York festival and the Autumn Great Gathering.
Nestled in the rolling hills of East Yorkshire lies the small village of Fangfoss: A small, pretty community which houses…
York Cemetery is to celebrate its 175th Anniversary with an outstanding exhibition of York’s leading artists.
Emma N Double interviews smoothie drinks maestro Richard Reed, co-founder of Innocent Drinks, about a new art scheme which has plastered masterpieces all over the billboards of the nation.
Read on to learn about the 103-foot barge that’s going to facilitate a cultural revolution on the bank of the River Ouse…
Liam Morgan interviews enigmatic local artist Timothy Morrison, who is exhibiting as part of the York ReMastered exhibition at According to McGee, Tower Street.
Jade Blood of Bar Lane Studios fills us in on what’s next for the much-loved art space and print studio…
York Theatre Royal yesterday announced that Princess Beatrice has agreed to become their Patron. The Princess paid a special visit to…
The mark the opening of a new art exhibition at Beningbrough Hall and Gardens of original work by famed illustrator Ray Mutimer, we took along mini-reporters Ollie and Sarah Thornton to interview the man in question.
A new Arts Festival is coming to York. On the 10th of August, at the Guildhall on St Helen’s Square…
The future’s bright for The Arts Barge project, with a summer of activity ahead and a new river-based home on the horizon…
The diverse art of internationally renowned artist Bruce Nauman will be going on show in York St Mary’s this July.
The Grid bring us their regular update on some of the finest arts and culture experiences available in York from the past few weeks. This edition features journeys right from the Mesolithic Age, to Tibet and to the heart of local creativity.
York-based artist Richard Stuttle has announced a series of exciting workshops this summer.
The first ever UK-wide festival of family and arts events will be coming to York on 18th October – 3rd Novemeber.
York’s Aesthetica Film Festival is going places this summer as part of the V&A’s Friday Lates programme.