Theatre Takes Centre Stage

Harrogate Theatre’s Emergency Appeal has moved past the £40,000 mark. I would just like to thank the amazing people of Harrogate for all their contributions. These are extraordinarily difficult times, and everyone connected to the theatre is immensely grateful for every single donation and also the good wishes that we continually receive.

Theatre and the arts took centre stage in the ne Read More

We hit a milestone at Harrogate Theatre this week

We hit a milestone at Harrogate Theatre this week - the Emergency Appeal has now hit £40,000 since we launched at the end of March. This is an incredible number, given the times we are in and the uncertainty we all continue to face.

This amount has been generated through a combination of standalone donations, new White Rose Memberships, and our Spo Read More

We continue to face huge challenges ahead

Unsurprisingly theatres come right at the end of the new Government roadmap. In a nutshell the reopening of hospitality and leisure spaces sits within step three, which will come into play no earlier than 4th July, with the commencement of each new step depending entirely on the outcomes of the previous. 

At Harrogate Theatre we have now updated ou Read More

Coronavirus & Harrogate Theatre

UPDATE: 12.05.20

As we continue to monitor the UK Government updates and advice, Harrogate Theatre will now be closed until at least early July 2020. This will be reassessed again inline with the next government review and we will update this statement again then.

If you have a ticket for a performance during this period, please b Read More

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