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We take a look at Straight Line Theatre’s Fringe project, Jason Robert Brown’s “Songs for a New World”.
Upon attempting to coax Guardian reviewer, Lyn Gardner, to see my show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year she…
What started off as a stall called “Habertrashery” in the north laines of Brighton has quickly transformed into local art-house Rag & Bone, the brainchild of York based artist and illustrator Laura May.
After a hugely successful launch, the second ‘The Little Festival of Everything’ weekend is back at The Fauconberg Arms, Coxwold from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 June.
We take a look at how York is preparing for the Edinburgh Fringe.
A collaboration between Paines Plough and Kate Tempest was always going to generate hype. Wasted has received great acclaim from critics and ordinary theatre goers alike, we take a look at why.
‘The Aesthetica Short Film Festival is a celebration of independent film from across the world, and an outlet for supporting…
The talent of graduating Faculty of Arts’ students will be on display between Monday 14 May and Saturday 2 June as York St John University and select venues across the city exhibit work as part of the University’s Create festival.
This June all things weird and wonderful are set to come to York.
Popular local band Blackbeard’s Tea Party are set to become a national hit, with 10 major festival bookings already for this Summer.
So spring is here (well sort of) and the great British music festival season is just around the corner, so we’re going to take a look at some of the best festivals around so you’ll know your End of The Road from your Hop Farm.
Celebrations for York 800 have been boosted by the news that Aviva is to sponsor the upcoming York Science and Innovation Grand Tour 2012.
Shift Happens – the renowned conference for Arts, Learning and Technology sectors – has revealed the line-up its fourth such event this summer.
The first acts of this year’s Bingley Music Live festival have been revealed, with an old favourite set to return to Myrtle Park.
August bank holiday is already looking a corker courtesy of the Leeds and Reading festival lineup.
By the year 2020, Bradford aims to build on their granted title of City of Film, creating an environment synonymous with film production, history and opportunity.