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Tuesday 9 May
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
What's On, Display in Sidebar, May
An uplifting, funny and empowering play about forging friendships when you're a bit weird!
Friday 19 May
The kings of improvised comedy are coming to save Richmond.
Tuesday 23 May
Richmond School & Sixth Form College presents work from the CTEC Perfroming Arts and Theatre Studies course.
Friday 26 May
A blisteringly funny self-portrait of the 20th Century's most compelling dandy.
Tuesday 30 May
Enoch Arden is a deeply touching narrative poem written by Tennyson and set by Richard Strauss for narrator and piano.
Wednesday 31 May
Performances at 4.00pm and 5.00pm
Using puppetry, the fabulous Carnival of the Animals music is brought to life.
Friday 2 June
What's On, Display in Sidebar, June
Recapturing the essence of one of the UK's most-loved comedians
Friday 9 June
Top comedian Rosie Jones stops at Richmond on her first ever UK tour.
Saturday 10 June
Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr John Watson on this riveting, hitherto unpublished case ...
Monday 12 June
Venue: Saint Francis & Saint Xavier Church Hall, Newbiggin
Northallerton Handbell Ringers will give a demonstration of their skills with a chance to have a go.
Saturday 17 June
A dramatic, humorous and emotion-filled show.
Thursday 22 June
A pirate-themed adventure performed by the Junior Group of The Georgian Theatre Royal Youth Theatre.