YORK filmmaker Daniel Maule will screen the premiere of his new short film, Form, at the home of Orillo Productions, in 3 Apollo Street, York, on Sunday night.
BIFFY Clyro's eagerly awaited seventh studio album Ellipsis hits all the right notes.
REINVENTION in music is held up as the ideal, but it is not necessarily immediately effective.
LIKE HEDBEN Bridge, Lewes has a fertile creative scene. From here springs Bess Atwell. Just 24, her debut album is both accomplished and mature.
AS far as Michael Kiwanuka seems to be concerned, nostalgia ain’t what it used to be. On his 2012 debut Home Again, he struck a not-entirely-convincing pose as Muswell Hill’s answer to Bill Withers, seemingly in thrall to early 1970s soul and…
FRENCH music may be all the rage anew with Christine And The Queens and M83, but until Air emerged out of thin air 20 years ago it had not been tres chic since the Sixties of Serge Gainsbourg, Francoise Hardy and even Brigitte Bardot's Bonnie And…
WHEN Jimi Hendrix was asked what it felt like to be the best guitarist in the world, he said, "you better ask Rory Gallagher". Go even further back and you will find a band that, almost unbelievably, boasted the top three. At various times Jimmy Page…
K T Tunstall will release her fifth album KIN on September 9, two years after she thought she was done with making music.
THE Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, will visit a North Yorkshire village church on Sunday morning to mark its historical links to the English leader of the anti-slave trade movement, William Wilberforce.
The pub has undergone a £150,000 refit
ALEXIS Dubus has been on the comedy scene since 1999, flirting with big names on The John Bishop Show, C4’s Derek starring Ricky Gervais, and Sky Atlantic’s Set List.
YORK City Knights will complete their season after all, a statement from the Rugby Football League has said.
YORK RI RUFC ladies' captain Shannon Little insists her side can take plenty of positives despite falling short of lifting silverware in the inaugural 24/Sevens national final.
50 YEARS AGO: TEAM spirit was a crucial reason behind England's World Cup victory.
IN the week when a federal judge has granted the release of Ronald Reagan's would-be assassin, John Hinckley Jr, quite by chance Pick Me Up Theatre are staging Assassins, the Stephen Sondheim musical about all the American presidential…
A NEW leader has been appointed to take charge of NHS commissioning in York.
THE Great Yorkshire Fringe has launched the 6 of the Best Beer & Cider Festival to complement The Feastival street food celebration, comedy, music, theatre, cabaret and family entertainment on the Parliament Street village green in York.
YOUNGSTERS from across the region have been bidding farewell to their school days in style.
NORTHERN Broadsides and York Theatre Royal are teaming up for a second time to mount a touring production of J B Priestley’s 1938 northern comedy When We Are Married.
MEASURE For Measure is already known as Shakespeare's problem play, but now there is another problem to add to this timeless tale of morality, intrigue and lust when Magnificent B***ard Productions visit the Great Yorkshire Fringe this weekend.
A PLAN has been unveiled to transform former farm buildings on the North York Moors into a leisure complex.
THE results of a £200,000 scheme to improve Thirsk and Sowerby Leisure Centre have been unveiled.
A CYCLIST who collided with a lorry in York city centre has internal and facial injuries, and also 'various' broken bones, say police.
THE Great Yorkshire Fringe has launched The 6 of the Best Beer & Cider Festival to complement The Feastival street food celebration, comedy, music, theatre, cabaret and family entertainment on the Parliament Street village green in York.
REECE McMahon is in his 14th successive Stage Experience summer-school musical at the Grand Opera House in York; Sophia Bonini, her first. Neither would have missed it for the world.
YORK Theatre Royal artistic director Damian Cruden is directing a new retelling of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective novel The Hound Of The Baskervilles with pantomime villain David Leonard spending his summer as Sherlock Holmes.
WET Wet Wet are heading to the Yorkshire coast on Saturday to play Scarborough Open Air Theatre for the first time.
SELBY Town Hall's new season prompted queues down the road on the morning tickets went on sale in response to an autumn line-up of folk, blues and pop musicians, comedians, authors and theatre makers.
NOEL Gallagher’s High Flying Birds head for the seaside on August 3 for a one-off concert at the Scarborough Open Air Theatre.
A MAN who played music so loudly it made his neighbour's floor vibrate has been been ordered to pay more than £1000.
SELF-PROCLAIMED tiny-handed son of Pocklington Richard Herring whipped through his stand-up career to a packed White Rose Rotunda on Tuesday night, with his Best Of preview.
RODERICK Williams, currently at the very top of baritone recitalists in Britain, gave his first professional performance of Schubert’s Winterreise on Monday evening in the beautifully preserved Gilbertine priory church of Old Malton.
A COBBLER'S shop which has been running for 30 years is set to close its doors for the final time.
DRIVERS are warned to be on their guard after an apparent roadside scam.
A WHOLE day’s festival for Yorkshire Day in York is to be held in Parliament Street on August 1, with family fun from 11am to 4pm and The Lord Mayor’s Secret Ball & Chain, a combination of music and comedy for an adult audience, from 5pm to 11pm.
ADULTS who helped out during the Boxing Day floods have already been rewarded with medals. Now it is the younger generation’s turn for a reward.
THERE have long been concerns about the growing number of bars and restaurants in York city centre, and the corresponding decline in shops.
When we are out walking I am often frustrated by my inability to identify wild flowers.
A POLICE chase ended with a vehicle crashing into a wall.