General Audition Call Out

Harrogate Theatre would like to meet actors with a registered postcode within 25 miles of Harrogate who have at least one professional production credit and/or accredited drama school training.


We want to meet talented local people and widen our knowledge of local artists. Whilst we are primarily a receiving house for to Read More

Our Great Town Is Never Short On Culture

Well, we are now in-between bank holidays and school holidays – the weather took a nose dive and we are all longing for summer or counting the days down to the next (hopefully sunny) break we have booked.

We may all be slightly vitamin D deficient right now, but one thing we aren’t short of is culture and community events in this wonderful town. 

Our annual programme of year-rou Read More

Experiencing theatre without walls

I’ve found the last couple of weeks in Harrogate both incredibly uplifting and very upsetting. The events in Valley Gardens on the afternoon of Saturday, April 13 were quite horrific. For those of us with teenagers, the rumours have filtered through and they make for grim listening. Thankfully those involved appear to be recovering. I have also seen the boundless brilliance of young people in b Read More

The Odyssey

This week I wanted to share the final piece from our 2019 Young Reviewers scheme where Harrogate Theatre works with a number of students from local secondary schools.

This final review was from one of our own Harrogate Youth Theatre aged 15+ groups productions, The Odyssey, which took place on our main stage earlier this month. We sold 300 tickets for The Odyssey, which also gave our Yo Read More

Best of BE Festival

This week I’m sharing another winning review from our current Young Reviewers Scheme, this time from Best of BE Festival which was performed at Harrogate Theatre on 18th March 2019, as part of its UK tour. Sophie Robinson from St. Aidan’s was the writer of the chosen review for this show.

Hard hitting theatre misses its target, but only slightly Read More