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We sent Millie Douce to the ballet to review Sleeping Beauty at the Grand Opera House…
“Goodnight Mister Tom” written by Michelle Magorian (1981) has inspired for generations. The director David Wood stays loyal to the…
This year’s “Illuminating York” was a modern version of Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland by a surrealist, Vic Reeves’ point of…
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.
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 Johnny Cash Story showed this week at The Grand Opera House. Here are our thoughts.
Arab Strap’s Aidan Moffat played with musician Bill Wells a collaboration of the pairs music together.
On Friday night Beans on Toast played Fibbers, supported by a trio of three fabulous acts.
Last night at The Basement saw a trio of acts, we went down to give it our verdict.
Wednesday night saw the ridiculously talented Roberto Fonseca playing The Theatre Royal.
Last night saw Bowling for Soup do an acoustic set at The Duchess.
Noah and The Whale played York Barbican last night to a mixed crowd of all ages; their catchy folk-rock tunes appealing to both young and old.
Last night One&Other had the chance of spending an evening with Howard Marks.
Last night we saw the exceptional “How to Disappear Completely and Never be Found” at The Theatre Royal.
Stomp has been making a racket on theatre stages for over 20 years. This week they came to York’s Grand Opera House and stomped up a storm.
Last night One&Other were graced with seeing The Magic Band, we spoke to a few members after the show to hear about their impressions of York and life post Beefheart.