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City of York Council Cabinet last night approved the investment £873,000 towards the delivery of the Tour de France Grand Depart Stage 2 in York.
Bill Kenwright is most famous for producing successful West End musicals that tour at national and international levels. This time…
Sculptor Brendan Hesmondhalgh is one of the founders of Make it Up North, happening this weekend. He however also has…
Teachers in schools across York are today striking in an ongoing row against pay, pensions and working conditions. Find out why and view the full list of school closures and partial closures in the area.
Star of the stage Sam West visits York Theatre Royal to support the important new campaign My Theatre Matters!
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.
As the weeks are ticking by we are growing in anticipation for the first ever Make it Up North event. The…
McArthurGlen’s York Designer Outlet has announced the opening of world renowned fashion and lifestyle brand VANS. The opening boosts the centre’s ever-expanding collection of leading fashion and lifestyle brands.
We catch up with local DJ and producer Andy Solz to talk about his up-and-coming underground electronic music clubnight, Basementality.
In York’s relationship with chocolate there is a great deal to celebrate. There is also much to lament, and much to resolve. A week-long festival organised by the Centre for Applied Human Rights commencing this Saturday (September 27th) seeks to achieve all of the above, also aiming to provide a fascinating educational experience and forum for debate for all comers.
Sophie Howard reviews the excellent ‘Billy With His Boots On’ from Hull-based Middle Child theatre company.
Aesthetica Short Film Festival returns for its third year from the 7 – 10 November, transforming venues across the city into boudoirs for film makers and viewers from across the globe. And we’ve got an opportunity for you that can’t be missed….
Cliff Wright’s workshop’s at Make it up North is set to be something of a thrill, and as a preview Vicky Parry interviewed him about his career so far.
As we reported earlier in the year the Yorkshire Museum fears losing two historical items of significance if they cannot…
York Theatre Royal launches their Autumn Main House Season with Philip King’s 1940s slapstick comedy See How They Run, directed…
Today, our gaze turns south, towards the ever artistic city of London. A replica of one of the most stunning…