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Agatha Christie's Go Back for Murder
Agatha Christie Theatre Company present the Queen of Mystery's classic thriller, packed with red herrings and suspense til the very end.
Wed 19 Jun
Sharp observational humour from the Dublin-born stand-up and actor best known for his television sitcom roles in Channel 4's Father Ted and BBC1's My Hero.
Ben And Holly's Little Kingdom
- Directed by: Richard Lewis
- Written by: Mani Svavarsson (music)
Richard Lewis's adaptation of the award-winning television animation set in a miniature world of fairies, elves and insects. The production features original music by Mani Svavarsson, with original lyrics by Matt Lewis.
Wed 12 Jun
The sextet, which includes fiddle-players Allan Henderson, Iain Macfarlane and Jenna Reid, perform lively folk.
Chas & Dave
Londoners through and through, this duo have been filling both the charts and concert halls for years with their Rockney songs. However, long before the likes of Gertcha or The Sideboard Song featured in the Top 20, Chas Hodges had been tinkling the ivories for Joe Meek and backed Jerry Lee Lewis on stage. He was also a…
Chris Ramsey: The Most Dangerous Man On Saturday Morning
Stand-up from Fosters Comedy Award nominee and star of sitcom Hebburn. Plus support.
Sun 16 Feb 2014
£16.50 / 01423 502116
The Crucible: Woodlands Drama Group
- Written by: Arthur Miller
The Crucible is Arthur Miller's powerful dramatisation of the Salem Witch Trials. Children of a Puritan village in Massachusetts are suspected of witchcraft. To protect themselves from burning at the stake they accuse others. Events spiral out of control and many innocent villagers are tried, found guilty and perish.
Daniel Bye: The Price Of Everything
The stand-up gives a performance lecture about value.
Daniel Kitson: After The Beginning. Before The End
Offbeat humour and inventive storytelling from the multi-award winning stand-up.
Thu 30 May
£10 phone for availability / 01423 502116
The Dreams of Philomina: Lunabug Theatre (Over 4s)
A children's puppet show with live music, telling the story of a lonely widow and her departed husband. A gentle investigation into grief that is suitable for all ages.
Wed 29 May
£8.50 (Children £7.50; £30) / 01423 502116
Thu 30 May
£8.50 (Children £7.50; £30) / 01423 502116
End To End
- Directed by: Tilly Branson
The Gramophones Theatre Company presents the story of three womens' journey from Land's End to John O'Groats in 18 days, exploring friendship, personal risk and momentary connections.
An Evening With Sandi Toksvig
New stand-up from the Copenhagen-born radio regular, novelist, actor and broadcaster.
The Great Spavaldos
A mini-festival of theatre adventures, presented by Il Pixel Rosso.
Grimethorpe Colliery Band
Under the musical direction of Brian Grant, the National Brass Band-winning ensemble plays popular classics.
Hal Cruttenden: Tough Luvvie
Observational humour from the writer and trained actor.
Harrogate Gilbert & Sullivan Society: The Mikado
- Written by: W S Gilbert
Members of the local G&S society perform the comic-opera on their 40th anniversary. Donald Stephenson plays The Mikado and Rachel Warren sings the part of Yum-Yum.
Wed 22 May
Thu 23 May
Fri 24 May
Hyena Comedy Club
Storytelling and upbeat anecdotes from Sheffield-born stand-up and Chortle's Best Show Award winner 2010, Tom Wrigglesworth. Also featuring Sol Bernstein and Martin Bigpig Mor.
Hyena Comedy Club
Anarchic magical comedy and sleight of hand from stand-up, author and regular contributor to BBC1's Don't Miss A Trick, Pete Firman. Also featuring Rob Rouse, Barry Dodds and Ray Peacock.
Ifs, Buts & Babies
- Written by: Jill Neenan
A contemporary drama about the highs and lows of parenthood. From making the decision to have a baby to dropping them off for their first day at school, Jill Neenan and Avelia Moisey are there every step of that journey in this two-woman-show.
Observational wit and wisdom.
Jimmy Carr: Gagging Order
The deadpan one presents his new crude, rude, but clever show, no doubt packed with puns aplenty and jokes that teeter on the verge of acceptability.
Les Hommes Vides
- Written by: Liz Walker (adapt)
A short piece of table-top puppetry, mixed with surrealism and slapstick humour, with Invisible Thread offering a strange look at the world of puppet and object theatre. Created by Liz Walker. Not suitable for ages below 12.
Matt Richardson: Hometown Hero
Intelligent and energetic observational humour from the 2012 winner of Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival Best New Show award.
Ultravox hits, solo work and covers from the man behind Band Aid.
Murder, Marple And Me
- Directed by: Stella Duffy
- Written by: Philip Meeks
Stella Duffy directs Janet Prince in Philip Meeks's biographical drama telling how actress Margaret Rutherford almost didn't land her most iconic role, owing to a personality clash with a woman whose will was almost as strong as her own.
My Heart Is Hitchhiking Down Peachtree Street
- Written by: J. Fergus Evans
J Fergus Evans's solo performance, combining storytelling and animation, which considers the impact of his childhood in Atlanta, Georgia.
Fri 7 Jun
My Robot Heart
- Written by: Molly Naylor
Theatre-maker Molly Naylor presents her solo show consisting of three linked stories about love and fear, interspersed with poetry, autobiography and research extracts. Features a live soundtrack created by The Middle Ones.
The Noise Next Door: Boys On Tour
Fast-paced and improvised characters, scenes and sketches from the Brighton-based troupe, inspired by suggestions from members of the audience.
Oliver Reed: Wild Thing
- Directed by: Kate Bannister
- Written by: Mike Davis
Seabright Productions presents Rob Crouch's solo show paying tribute to the hell-raising actor, legendary for his drink-fuelled chat-show appearances. Directed by Kate Bannister.
Only Yesterday: The Carpenters Tribute
Soft rock and pop covers in tribute to the Karen Carpenter-fronted band.
The author and broadcaster relates poems, stories, jokes, anecdotes and snippets from her best-selling books, Surgically Enhanced, With These Hands and The Works.
Peter Pan: Upstage Academy
The magical story flies you to Never Land where you will meet the famous Peter Pan, Tinkerbell and many more. The delightful score adds to the charm of the original classic and will endear the theatrical fantasy to both old and new audiences.
Piff The Magic Dragon In…Jurassic Bark
Deadpan humour and magic tricks from the stand-up dressed in a dragon suit and his companion Mr Piffles, the World's First Million Dollar Chihuahua.
Cheeky and upbeat humour and offbeat observations about life from the South East London-born stand-up and 2010 Amused Moose Laugh Off winner.
Royal Hall 110th Anniversary Celebratory Open Day
Activities include films, a photographic exhibition, costume displays, guided tours, a children's quiz and trail as well as an illustrated talk by local historian Malcolm Neesam.
Sing Sing Sing: St Andrews Players
The amateur drama group presents a concert based on popular numbers from stage and screen musicals.
The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
- Written by: Robert Louis Stevenson (Adaptation)
Hull Truck Theatre presents Nick Lane's adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's gothic novella about a respectable doctor, who unwittingly summons his brutal alter ego as a result of scientific experiments. Not suitable for under 11s.
Tue 16 Jul
Wed 17 Jul
Thu 18 Jul
Suggs: My Life Story In Words And Music
The Madness frontman stars in an autobiographical show about his early roots and his riotous showbiz life, joined on stage by a pianist and a variety of guests.
This Is Just To Say
Hannah Jane Walker's immersive solo piece exploring the very British art of the apology. The performance is delivered to a maximum of 15 people seated around a table. Co-devised with Chris Thorpe.
Fri 7 Jun
The Time Machine
Nunkie Theatre, in association with Harrogate Theatre and The Lowry, presents a solo adaptation of HG Wells's late-Victorian sci-fi thriller.
Tubular Bells For Two: Mike Oldfield Tribute
The Australian duo of Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts performs the musician's hit 1973 album Tubular Bells in its entirety.
A musical tribute to the stars of the 1950s and 1960s, featuring a live band, comedy and dancing.
- Written by: Jim Cartwright
'As long as many mouths are clacking at many glasses and the tills keep on singing, what more could a publican want?' Jim Cartwright's incisively witty play throws the spotlight on English pub life, revealing a soft underbelly of emotion and drama. Performed by one of Harrogate's most dynamic amateur Theatre Companies.