GRISLY JOY FROM PIG-KICKING BOY
Scorching young theatre company Kill The Beast brings its smash Fringe hit, The Boy Who Kicked Pigs, based on the novella by Doctor Who's Tom Baker, to Harrogate Theatre.
WE'LL HAVE A (DEACON) BLUE CHRISTMAS
Big hitters in the late 80s and early 90s, in the last couple of years, Deacon Blue have made a remarkable comeback onto the music scene. Brighten up December by catching their optimistic, sunlit indie at the HIC.
THE CLOCK'S TICKING TOWARDS CHRISTMAS
Cinderella shall go to the ball, with much-loved Tim Stedman back as Buttons in his 15th Harrogate Theatre pantomime.
NEW HARROGATE YOUTH THEATRE GROUPS GET HIVE BUZZING
HYT groups for budding performers aged 3-5 yrs and 6-8 yrs launch in our new education and outreach space, Hive, this autumn. Sign up those burgeoning thesps now.
CINDERELLA SAYS RELAX
Harrogate Theatre holds its first ever relaxed performance in January 2015, encouraging people with learning disabilities, Down's syndrome, autism spectrum condition or sensory and communication disorder to enjoy our Christmas spectacular.
GET YOUR LAUGHING GEAR ROUND THIS LOT
Harrogate Comedy Festival celebrates being six by being awesome.
HCF14 boasts big names, old hands, young bucks, silent heroes, musical mayhem, sketch, skits, solid gold gags and the third annual search for the hottest new thing in comedy. You'd be a fool to miss it.
WINTER IS COMING...
Okay, so Harrogate is far from Westeros, but thanks to the exciting new programme spanning September 2014 to March 2015, it’s just as action-packed – but without the violence and nudity. The brand new Harrogate Theatre brochure landing on doormats across the district is another bumper edition. Spanning September to March, it’s packed with co-productions, great music, drama, dance, children’s shows and the sixth Harrogate Comedy Festival. And that’s just until Christmas.
CINDERELLA SHALL GO TO THE BALL - THE PARTY JUST STARTS A LITTLE BIT LATER
The first performance of our 2014/15 pantomime Cinderella will now be a school performance on Tuesday 2 December, with our official opening night on Thursday 4 December (rather than opening on Friday 28 November, as stated previously).
NEW YEAR - SAME HIGH STANDARDS
Harrogate Theatres' stonker of a season storms into 2014.
HARROGATE THEATRES DELIVERS MORE THAN GREAT ENTERTAINMENT
Culture Secretary Maria Miller makes no apology for basing her case for the arts on purely economic grounds. Here at Harrogate Theatres (a not-for-profit organisation with charity status), we're making no bones about its hugely positive economic impact on the District – and the UK as a whole.