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Wednesday 1 February to Friday 14 April 2023
Mon to Sat 10am to 4.30pm
Venue: The Green Howards Museum
What's On, January, February, March, April
Special exhibition exploring the creation of art in turbulent times.
Saturday 4 March
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
What's On, Display in Sidebar, March
Award-winning folk musicians provide a fun night of singing and playing.
Saturday 11 March
An exciting production of Louisa May Alcott's much-loved novel.
Monday 13 March
Venue: Saint Francis & Saint Xavier Church Hall, Newbiggin
Hannah Russell will be talking about 'Little Alfie' her pony.
Tuesday 14 March
Richmond School Theatre Company Junior Group presents an exciting double bill of drama.
Wednesday 15 March
Set in Robben Island, the top security prison where Nelson Mandela was held, The Island is one of the most famous plays of the second half of the 20th century.
Venue: Influence Church, Victoria Road
Outstanding young violinist performs Beethoven, Janacek, Ravel and Max.
Thursday 16 March 2023 & Friday 17 March 2023
Top comedian Tom Davis returns to his stand-up roots and takes to the road to try out his brand new material.
Friday 17 March
7.30pm (doors open at 7.15pm)
Venue: The Town Hall
A traditional family Ceilidh - with the Blind Panic Ceilidh Band - in aid of Richmondshire Landscape Trust.
Thursday 23 March to Saturday 25 March
Richmond Amateur Dramatic Society present a play about Elizabeth I, the only unmarried woman to have ever ruled England.