It is appropriate in the year that marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One to bring Henry V to the stage.
Northern Ballet’s enchanting festive favourite The Nutcracker, returns to the Yorkshire stage in time for the festive season.
From tribute acts to chart-topping soloists – there is a wealth of music on offer across our region.
Julie Baxter is assistant and volunteer manager for Scarborough Museums Trust. Here she talks about her job and love of the town.
A play that won its writer Zoe Cooper the title of Most Promising Playwright in last year’s Off West End Awards receives its regional premiere at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre this autumn.
Should you be in a certain frame of mind, you could find all sorts of contemporary issues with which to burden Opera North’s latest offering: Lehar’s, The Merry Widow.
Perhaps only a French writer could pull off a 90-minute drama about three men arguing over what is, essentially, a blank canvas. Perhaps a British writer would depict the men squabbling for 90 minutes, but over a painting?
Willy Russell’s gritty musical about the fate of twins separated at birth bombed in the West End 30 years ago.
Beach Hut Theatre Company invites you to enter Scarborough’s Market Vaults and witness a new ghost story.
The 16th Scarborough Jazz Festival gets under way at the Spa on Friday September 28 with opening acts including Andchuck and a celerbation on The Kinks.
Elegant, exquisite, sophisticated, stylish, luxurious and languorous – there are dozens of words to describe the Midland Hotel in Morecambe and you need all of them to capture its charm and character.
Coffee, cake and art are now being served at Woodend in The Crescent, Scarborough.
A beautiful late summer’s walk through town – the last as a family before we headed back to school and work – offered us an impromptu lunch opportunity at Rusty Shears.
Join a zebra as cool as palm-tree leaf shade, a lion with the roar of a pussycat, a hypochondriac giraffe and a hip hippo – and you’ll have a crack-a-lackin’ time.
Check out the specials board at Sanctuary, Scarborough, including cocktail masterclasses.
After a sell-out show at Whitby Pavilion last year, people’s poet John Cooper Clarke will be performing his new show at Scarborough Spa this week.
Vocalists are usually very popular performers and this year’s Scarborough Jazz Festival has three superb, and contrasting, female singers.
West Yorkshire Savoyards presents the witty and sparkling stage show Yeomen of the Guard in the county later this year.
After 136 concerts, more than 2,000 different pieces of music and no two concerts the same, the Scarborough Spa Orchestra’s 106th year comes to an end this week.