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Rick Astley, Leeds Arena
Cilla With The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Wooster Sauce For The Christmas Goose
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Rick Astley, Leeds Arena

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Whoever thought of asking Gabrielle to support Rick Astley on his current arena tour was thinking along the right lines: both acts are from the same period and appeal to the same generation.
Mention…
17th Nov 2018 11:37 AM

The Staple Singers: For What It’s Worth – The Complete Epic Recordings 1964-1968

Thanks to a stunning duet with Hozier, Mavis Staples, the only member of The Staple Singers still active, has recently enjoyed a revival of interest in her absolutely stunning rich vocal. However,…
16th Nov 2018 05:06 PM

Single Spies In York

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
James Duke (Anthony Blunt) and HMQ (Karen Ascoe) photo by Robert Day
Single Spies, by Alan Bennett, is an award-winning double bill. The spooks in question, Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt, are…
15th Nov 2018 11:04 AM

Cats At York Grand

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
It was to become London’s most enduring musical, running for 21 years in the capital. It first saw the light of day on the West End stage in 1981 and this present revival presumably owes not a…
13th Nov 2018 10:32 PM

Kylie Minogue To Play Scarborough Open Air Theatre Next August

Graham Clark
Features Writer
The first headliner to play Scarborough Open Air Theatre has been announced. International pop star Kylie Minogue is to play a concert in the town on Thursday 1 August 2019.
This is another coup for…
13th Nov 2018 05:07 PM

Cilla With The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Three years have passed since the world lost the iconic Cilla Black. At the time of her passing, she had already seen her musical foundations paid homage to by Sheridan Smith in the truly impressive…
17th Nov 2018 11:13 AM

‘Ye Are Many’: Film Review - Peterloo

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
If you could measure Maxine Peake’s on-screen persona according to one over-arching trait, it would be that of stoical endurance. Adept at playing the downtrodden working class drudge, eviscerated…
16th Nov 2018 02:26 PM

Bantams, Bum Bandages And Book Signings: The Diary Of A Yorkshire Vet By Julian Norton

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Television veterinary surgeon and much published writer on the theme of delving into the back passages of cows at three in the morning, Julian Norton does not shy away from the visceral aspects of…
14th Nov 2018 04:47 PM

Michael Buble To Play Leeds Arena

Graham Clark
Features Writer
If you have watched television over the last week or so you cannot have missed seeing Michael Buble, if you did, no need to fear, you have a chance to see him in the flesh as he will be playing a…
13th Nov 2018 08:29 PM

Olly Murs - You Know, I Know (RCA Records)

Graham Clark
Features Writer
He has been one of the most successful contestants from the X Factor and Olly Murs' success looks to continue with this new album. Nearly 10 years on he still continues to deliver.
There are some big…
13th Nov 2018 01:22 PM
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Wooster Sauce For The Christmas Goose

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Thomas Richardson (Wooster) and Theo Fraser Steele (Jeeves) photo by Robert Day
York’s famous old gates were illusions of shimmering silver, artificial snow was falling prettily catching the mellow…
17th Nov 2018 10:23 AM

Northern Broadsides In The Round

Andrew Liddle
Features Writer
Dario Fo’s delightfully disturbing satirical farce They Don’t Pay We Won’t Pay is being brought to the SJT’s round by the ever-popular Northern Broadsides.
Based on a translation by Jon…
15th Nov 2018 11:21 AM

Review: Skipton Building Society Camerata, The Battle Of The Ancre, Justas Servenikas, Skipton Town Hall

To mark the centenary of The Armistice, which brought to an end the First World War, Skipton Building Society Camerata gave a special performance as part of the town's Remembrance weekend.
This…
14th Nov 2018 04:31 PM

Cliff Richard To Return To Scarborough Open Air Theatre

Graham Clark
Features Writer
The UK's most successful hit maker, Cliff Richard is to return to Scarborough on Wednesday 26 June as he plays a concert at the town's Open Air Theatre.
After a sell out show in Scarborough in 2017…
13th Nov 2018 08:10 PM

Billy Ocean, Harrogate Conference Centre

Graham Clark
Features Writer
There cannot be many artists who had hits in the mid 70's then to disappear from the music scene and then to reappear again stronger in the mid 80's, but Billy Ocean has to be the exception.
His…
13th Nov 2018 12:15 PM
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