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We are amazed at the resilience of people and our communities.

As we continue to track the current situation, many of those I’ve spoken to have found this last week one of the hardest. We are now deep into the lockdown and closure period, and yet as of today none of us have any definite answers.

I’m sending you my best wishes if your own feelings mirror these. – keep going. There’s no doubt we face on going challenges – and perhaps some of our bigg Read More

Harrogate Comedy Festival is coming!

Many of you may be winding down for a summer break, but at Harrogate Theatre we have our eyes firmly fixed on autumn, with our biggest flagship events only a few weeks away.

Harrogate Comedy Festival is coming – and this year is the 11th year of this fabulous festival of funny talent. The festival takes place every October and has become an institution for the town, putting H Read More

The Other City - A Podcast

Part of 2's Company

For the 9th year running, Harrogate Theatre is hosting a unique festival which allows you to get up close and personal to the shows and performers. This year we see two very different artistic experiences as part of the series. The first is Down the Pub with Nunkie, an intimate storytelling experience in Hales Bar.

The second is this Podcast, Read More

REP is back!

REP IS BACK!

Following a successful return of repertory in 2018, HT Rep is back again for autumn 2019 to thrill audiences with another three classic shows over a three-week period at Harrogate Theatre.

 Did you know that Dame Judi Dench, Sir Ian McKellen, Imelda Staunton, and Vanessa Redgrave all began as actors in repertory theatre?

Traditional Read More

Harrogate Theatre confirmed as UCI cultural world festival partner

Harrogate Theatre will collaborate with key cultural and tourism partners to deliver a world festival and more in Harrogate this summer, ahead of the UCI cycling championships later this year.

In order to celebrate Harrogate on the international stage, a world carnival will take place with music and dance events, food zones and carnival floats, plus lighting installations and projection Read More

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