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The Last Ship To Sail At York Theatre Royal

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
The Last Ship, the acclaimed musical by internationally-renowned musician, Sting, comes to York Theatre Royal from 25th to 30th June on its UK première tour. The production has a Tony-nominated…
25th May 2018 04:21 PM

Jersey Boys - Slicker Than An Oil Spill!

Phil Hopkins
Travel & Arts Correspondent
Sport, Mafia or music, the probable fate of New Jersey’s ‘Boys from the Hood’.
Fortunately, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons chose the latter despite a brief relationship with petty crime.

A…
24th May 2018 11:43 AM

Northern Broadsides Revels In Hard Times

Richard Trinder
Editor
Howard Chadwick as Josiah Bounderby and Andrew Price as Thomas Gradgrind. Photo by Nobby Clark
In a brand spanking new adaptation for Northern Broadsides by Deborah McAndrew (Winner of UK Theatre…
23rd May 2018 07:00 AM

Half Term Fun With A Difference At Bolton Abbey

Previewed by Chloe Vereker
What do you get if you mix fun, fur & feathers in the beautiful setting of the Cavendish Pavilion on the banks of the River Wharfe? An outdoor performance of the British…
20th May 2018 12:53 AM

Thrilling Ride For The Girl On The Train

Phil Hopkins
Travel & Arts Correspondent
The Girl on the Train is ubiquitous and, seemingly, everyone has an opinion about her or, should we say, the Paula Hawkins best-selling novel that spawned her.
As I set off for the West Yorkshire…
17th May 2018 07:51 PM

Giant Art Installation Heads To Harrogate

Visitors are expected to flock to Harrogate’s famous Stray this summer as a giant interactive art installation transforms it into a magical world.
Harrogate International Festivals presents The…
24th May 2018 04:21 PM

Mamas Gun - Golden Days (Candelion)

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Taking their name from Erykah Badu's debut album, Mamas Gun have tended in the past to be influenced by artists such as Badu, Jill Scott and other so called nu soul artists.
The London based quintet…
24th May 2018 09:46 AM

In Cod We Trust: Roger McGough At Square Chapel

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Roger McGough
You can still hear, in the tentative, kindly, and slightly breathless tone of Roger McGough’s readings, the intimations of a very brief career he embarked upon on leaving Hull…
21st May 2018 05:24 PM

Hallé Orchestra Celebrates Music Of Dance

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Preparations are already under way for something really special that is happening on Sunday 22nd July, at 2 pm in the Bridlington Spa.
It will be a rare opportunity for the public to join the Hallé…
18th May 2018 11:31 AM

Rita Ora Lights Up The North With Manchester Gig

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Rita Ora
Actress, singer and TV talent show judge, Rita Ora certainly doesn't let the grass grow under her feet. Due to all her other commitments it has been a few years since she went out on tour,…
17th May 2018 09:09 AM
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Interview With The Script's Mark Sheehan Ahead Of Scarborough Concert

Graham Clark
Features Writer
The Script
The Script are one of the biggest bands to come out of Ireland in the last decade. The 3 piece released their latest album Freedom Child last August which was followed by an arena tour with…
24th May 2018 02:51 PM

Monogamy At York Theatre Royal

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Charlie Brooks as Sally in Monogamy. Photo by Simon Annand
The great Max Miller used to deliver a particular malapropising one-liner with a roll of his eyes. ‘I get fed up with the monogamy of…
23rd May 2018 01:51 PM

Poem Of The Week: 'Forget What Did' By Philip Larkin

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Philip Larkin
Forget What Did
Stopping the diary
Was a stun to memory,
Was a blank starting,
One no longer cicatrized
By such words, such actions
As bleakened waking.
I wanted them over,
Hurried to…
20th May 2018 02:33 AM

The Fureys' Fortieth Anniversary Tour At Bridlington

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
In this age of tribute groups, how wonderful to pay tribute to the real thing. How wonderful to be in the presence of the real Fureys, the remaining members of the great Irish folk group that seems…
18th May 2018 11:26 AM

The Play That Goes Wrong At York Grand

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
If something can go wrong, it will go wrong! The name of this law might be uncouth but there is no doubting its validity – after having seen The Play That Goes Wrong, at York Grand Opera House. It…
16th May 2018 02:51 PM
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