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‘I didn’t really notice the music’ is a comment you don’t hear very often when it comes to Danny Elfman’s…
In recent years audiences have come to expect more from cinema with innovative screenings popping up across the UK, from…
York has revealed itself as the first UK city outside the capital to apply to lead a US Cities of Service style movement this side of the pond. Launched in 2009 in New York by Mayor Bloomberg, the initiative has since spread to 169 cities across the United States.
Tourism businesses in York and Yorkshire are being encouraged to grab a bigger slice of the tourism pie by attending the Visit York Annual Tourism Conference; ‘Tourism Insights’, later this month.
Last weekend saw York Designer Outlet launch its first ever ‘The Art of Denim’ campaign. The event, which will run simultaneously across McArthurGlen’s 21 centres throughout Europe, will celebrate all things denim.
Actress Pauline Quirke opened a branch of her performing arts academy in York over the weekend.
Does the future of our libraries revolve around books? What other services would you like York’s libraries to offer? These are just some of the questions asked by the latest challenge on York’s crowdsourcing platform, GeniUS!
York has been named amongst the top 5 ‘crappiest’ towns in the UK by the self-proclaimed ‘Genuine Rough Guide to Britain’.
With York hosting the oldest active convent in England, Bar Convent is a site that is a unique part of…
Jo Hutchings went to the Barbican to see chart-topper Ellie Goulding during her UK tour. Here’s her review….
Miles Watts went to see Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine at City Screen. Here are the thoughts.
Four -time Oscar nominee, composer Danny Elfman is looking forward to visiting Leeds with a unique orchestra event next Tuesday. …
City of York Council has commissioned Bauman Lyons Architects for the upcoming £1.5m transformation of York’s iconic Newgate Market.
York based charity New Visuality is working in concert with white cube gallery According to McGee to source exhibition experiences…
The coming fortnight sees a flurry of York-musicians unite in the name of charity, with two Oxjam gigs taking place in the city.
While many may know the famous Aesop’s fable “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”, few may know that this fantastical fable…