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We explore the magical Vic Reeves Wonderland in the Museum Gardens.
Britain’s most haunted city is coming alive for Halloween.
A group of York DJs hope to help battle heart disease with 24 hours of soul.
It’s almost that time of year again when we throw the effigies on the pyre of York’s infamous gunpowder plotter, Guy Fawkes, who tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament on 5 November, 1605. Bite into toffee apples and watch the fireworks sparkle and crackle as they boom and take up the sky, as Bonfire Night is almost upon us.
October 2012 is the birthday of a Saturday night that is the monthly highlight of a few hundred real fans of underground house and slo-mo disco from across the north of England.
Here’s the thing … Since before skinny jeans were cool, Up The Racket has been playing the best and most…
PHAT FRIDAY’S VAN’S PARTY! NO SH*T!! WE HAVE LOADS OF VANS SHOES TO GIVE AWAY! BE THERE TO WIN A…
At first glance, the Blind Swine is one giant contradiction. We sat down one Saturday evening to its 9-course tasting menu and drinks pairings, and an obligatory soundtrack of Metallica et al. Here’s our review…
Stewart Francis played the Grand Opera House over the weekend to great applause. Here is what we thought.
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 delectable Lucy Rose is on good course to stealing our hearts. She played The Duchess this week to huge response. Here is what we thought.
Wednesday 9 May saw the triumphant return of Maximo Park to a sold out Duchess crowd in York.
Late Music Concerts last night, Saturday 5 May, presented the Ligeti String Quartet at the Unitarian Chapel, in a concert of Glass, LeFanu, Lancaster, Crowther and Adams. Late Music presents a series of concerts every year of living composers.
The University of York has announced a new partnership with one of the UK’s principal museums of historic buildings.
Professor Chris Thomas has been elected a Felloe of the Royal Society, one of the world’s top scientific honours.
Tickets went on sale at 2pm yesterday for Canadian singer, songwriter, pianist and opera composer Rufus Wainwright to play at the Barbican York.