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February 2020
Saturday, 15th February 2020 - Wednesday, 26th February 2020
Up to Now
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of acrylic paintings, inspired by a passion for wild places, vibrant colour and the love of all things animal.

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‘Up to now’ is the exciting first exhibition by Vicky Tucker - an eclectic mix of stunning paintings that mark where Vicky’s artistic journey has taken her ‘up to now’.

Initially training as a textile designer, Vicky returned to her grass roots of drawing and painting. Vicky specialises in animal portraits and over the last twelve years has accrued a large customer base both nationally and internationally.

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Thursday, 20th February 2020
Half Term Crafts
Venue: The Station
with The Creation Station

Join Vanessa from The Creation Station for fun half term crafts that children of all ages can enjoy!

Suitable for ages 2 - 11 yrs.

Session Times:

10 - 11am

11.15am - 12.15pm

12.30pm - 1.30pm

2pm - 3pm

£7 per child.

Booking essential. Tickets can be purchased from The Shop at The Station. 01748 828263

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Thursday, 20th February 2020 - Saturday, 22nd February 2020
Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood
Venue: Booth Hall Memorial Institute, Catterick Village
Time: 7.30pm
Catterick Village Theatre Company presents Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood

Join Catterick Village Theatre Company for their acclaimed annual pantomime, Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood.
Become one of the Merry Men and help Robin Hood defeat the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and win the heart of Maid Marian. Packed with slapstick comedy and local humour, the traditional pantomime promises to delight audiences young and old.
Dancers provided by Charlotte Jacqueline School of Dance.
Tickets available from Village Pharmacy, Catterick Village, via the Catterick Village Theatre Company's Facebook page or at the Box Office on: 07985 536177. Advance ticket purchases highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

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Thursday, 20th February 2020
Paul Sinha
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
"One of our most thoughtful and enjoyable comedians." The Times

Thus far, Paul has lived his life content in the understanding that stability and emotional happiness were lovely ideas but not really for him. Nonetheless, several decades of cheerfully bearing witness to the narratives of others can slowly change a man. And so can a prosecco-fuelled Christmas.

Rose d'Or winner for radio comedy and Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Paul has appeared on Radio 4’s Just A Minute and The News Quiz and on television’s QI, Would I Lie to You? and Taskmaster. Paul also stars as 'The Sinnerman', on the ITV quiz show, The Chase.

Tickets £16 from the Box Office on 01748 825252 or online at www.georgiantheatreroyal.co.uk

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Thursday, 20th February 2020
Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club
Venue: Colburn Village Hall DL9 4LZ
Time: 10am
Welcomes serving personnel, veterans, and their spouses/partners.

The club meets EVERY Friday, there are no membership fees/subscriptions. Contact 01748 832894 for further information. Now over 300 breakfast clubs worldwide, in 14 different countries. Find us at WWW.AFVBC.net

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Saturday, 22nd February 2020
Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club.
Venue: The Bread Bowl Cafe
Time: 10am
Welcomes serving personnel, veterans, and their spouses/partners.

The club meets EVERY Saturday, there are no membership fees/subscriptions. Contact 01748 850625 for further information. Now over 300 breakfast clubs worldwide, in 14 different countries. Find us at WWW.AFVBC.net

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Sunday, 23rd February 2020
Mass Cockapoo Walk
Venue: Richmond Racecourse
Time: 11.00am
Dog walk

This Sunday, the 23rd. February is our monthly walk, celebrating the start of our third year. Usual time of 11.00am, at the usual place, Richmond Racecourse, meet at the Jubilee Car Park, Whashton Road. Maybe the wind and rain will have stopped! This is ( now) our famous Mass Cockapoo Walk, but any well behaved dogs and their owners are welcome. See you there.

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Tuesday, 25th February 2020
Pancake Day
Venue: The Station
Time: 4pm-7pm
At The Station Café | Bar

Bring the children down to The Station Café | Bar this Shrove Tuesday for a delicious pancake tea.

£3.50 per child* plus lots of yummy toppings to choose from!

01748 825967

*3 pancakes per portion

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Saturday, 29th February 2020 - Wednesday, 11th March 2020
My Back Yard
Venue: The Station
A collection of paintings inspired by the surrounding Dales landscape.

Having grown up in Wensleydale, artist Lynn Ward has never been short of stunning views to influence her creativity. With an impressionistic style, Lynn tries to capture the humble magnificence of the dales landscape, as reflected in this collection of original pieces and prints.

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Saturday, 29th February 2020 - Wednesday, 11th March 2020
Artschool Gallery
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of contemporary sculpture by Guy Masterman.

Guy Masterman has been engaged with sport all his life. A former international racquetball player, professor and author, he has now turned to art. As an artist, he uses the mediums of wire, wood and concrete and looks to capture form, movement and balance in sculpture. Guy crosses the boundaries between art and physical activity, with an eye to sometimes deceive and defy.

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Saturday, 29th February 2020
Arabella Weir: Does My Mum Loom Big in This?
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
The mother of all confessional shows from the bestselling author and star of The Fast Show and Two Doors Down.

Does My Mum Loom Big In This? is for everyone who’s had a mother or been a mother and features hair-raising hilarious true stories from Arabella’s dysfunctional childhood and her life as a single working mother.

Devastatingly funny, excruciatingly honest and definitely embarrassing for all of Arabella’s relatives, not to mention herself, this is a helter-skelter tour of appalling – and appallingly funny – maternal behaviour.

“Arabella Weir has a unique knack of making appalling (and true) stuff funny.” – Sandi Toksvig

“Arabella Weir is simply sensational.” – Joanna Lumley

“She’s a mother, she’s a comedy godmother, and her show is mother******* marvellous.” - Miranda Hart

“Mirth, motherhood, misery. Arabella is brilliantly funny in her new show.” - Paul Whitehouse

Tickets cost £18 and are available from the Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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March 2020
Monday, 2nd March 2020
Meeting of Richmond Sight Loss Group
Venue: The Lounge, Ryders Court, Richmond DL10 4LT
Time: 10.30
How do you continue doing activities and hobbies (such as gardening, painting, crafts, music etc_) in spite of failing sight?

Free for anyone with sight loss or their escorts

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Friday, 6th March 2020
Strangers on a Train Set
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Comedy drama from LipService theatre group.

Challenging a youth to turn down his music, Irene Sparrow, inventor of the left-handed crochet hook (patent pending, as seen on Dragon’s Den) finds herself under suspicion of murder after the train emerges from a tunnel with the young man dead.

But this is no ordinary train, each passenger is reading a book, each book is a portal into a parallel universe of train-related crime fiction.

With clever use of projection and multiple train sets, LipService (who brought the hilarious Mr Darcy Loses the Plot to the Georgian in 2017) give you a whistle stop tour that will leave you breathless and racing for the refreshment coach.

So, don’t blow your stack, this show is just the ticket to help you let off steam and overuse many more railway metaphors. A show that appeals to crime aficionados and narrow gauge railway enthusiasts alike.

“LipService - The Laurel and Hardy of literary deconstruction” The Independent

Tickets £11 to £16 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Saturday, 7th March 2020
The Strange Case of Jekyll & Hyde
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Based on the novella by Robert Louis Stevenson.

2020. The president of the United States has fallen, impeached for corruption and now awaits trial. As the American senate slides into chaos, election fever grips the nation. In the wake of yet another mass shooting, Mayor Henry Jekyll, a bold, young, liberal independent, announces his candidacy to run for the Oval Office. His one promise: to end America’s toxic love affair with guns. Emboldened by a landmark level of public support, Jekyll’s victory seems almost inevitable.

However, as voting day draws ever nearer, Gabrielle Utterson, Jekyll’s press secretary grows increasingly suspicious of her mayor’s close friend – Mister Edward Hyde. As the rumours and accusations multiply, Utterson must race to uncover exactly what power Hyde holds over Jekyll – culminating in a final dark night, where all secrets are told, all truths are found, and a dreadful reckoning will take place.

Fifteen-time Off West End Award-nominated Arrows & Traps Theatre brings its
critically-acclaimed modern twist to Robert Louis Stevenson’s iconic gothic classic,
reimagining to the stage as a gripping political thriller set in the halls of American power.

This bold new adaptation stays true to the original text’s themes, making it a great night of entertainment for fans for the novella; a thrilling and clear physicalisation for students of the text; and the perfect launching point for newcomers to the tale.

Contains violence and strong language. Suitable for 14+

Tickets £11 to £16 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Saturday, 7th March 2020
Book Signing with local author, Rod Flint
Venue: Castle Hill Bookshop
Time: 11am-1pm
Local Author, Rod Flint, will be signing copies of 'The Year 1072: Retribution', 3rd in his trilogy 'The Harrying of the North' & chatting.

Free

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Monday, 9th March 2020
North Yorkshire Wine Society
Venue: Richmondshire Cricket Club
Time: 19:30
Wine tasting with Master of Wine Rebecca Gibb

Visitors welcome £18

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Thursday, 12th March 2020
The Canterbury Tales
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
A new version of Geoffrey Chaucer's timeless classic.


Six of the best-loved tales will be told in a variety of styles packed with colourful characters and strange situations. Taking visual inspiration from medieval mystery plays and complete with a touring set which has been specially constructed to resemble a period travelling theatre, the three-strong cast use drama, verse, physical theatre and song to bring Chaucer's characters to riotous life.

This is definitely not a dry academic take on English literature. The show is fast, furious, occasionally filthy and invariably funny!

Please note - The show is unsuitable for under 12s (and serious scholars of the late Middle Ages...)

Tickets £11 to £16 are available from Box Offce on 01748 825252 or online.


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Friday, 13th March 2020
Snake Davis with Chris Bannister
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
An exhilarating and varied set of wonderful songs, presented in this most intimate of settings.


Snake Davis is the sax-man on the hits by M-People and Lisa Stansfield and in particular played the iconic opening riff on A Million Love Songs. His soulful sound has been heard with many great artists, from McCartney to The Eurythmics and Klingande to Calvin Harris.

Chris Bannister is a singer-songwriter-guitarist of immense talent and class. The two met when Chris was invited to play an opening set on a Heather Small tour some years ago. They bonded immediately, both socially and musically. Various collaborations followed, including in Snake’s ‘Classic Sax Solos’ show, but this show sees their first performance as a duo. Like Snake, Chris’s influences are broad, encompassing folk, pop, soul, country and more.

Tickets £18 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Saturday, 14th March 2020 - Wednesday, 25th March 2020
Feather & Ink
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of linocuts by Holly Scott

Holly is self-taught print-maker. She creates intricate, sensitive lino cuts inspired by the natural world. Her process is long and complex, and is very much shaped by her daily life and inner world.

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Saturday, 14th March 2020
Solitaire - A tribute to The Carpenters
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Capturing the sounds of Karen and Richard Carpenter.


Led by Chloe Foston’s astonishing vocals, Solitaire pays homage to the unforgettable music of Karen and Richard Carpenter, with authenticity at the heart of the show.

Dedicated to recreating the original Carpenters live experience, this five-piece band recreate classic songs including Top of the World, Close to You, Only Yesterday, Goodbye to Love, Rainy Days and Mondays, Jambalaya, Please Mr Postman and many, many more.

With a huge back catalogue of amazing music, and a live band sharing a collective passion for recreating the Carpenters sound, Solitaire has delighted audiences all over the country.

Tickets £16 are available from the Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Saturday, 14th March 2020
Book Signing with Mike Tweddle.
Venue: Castle Hill Bookshop
Time: 11am-1pm
Local author, Mike Tweddle, will be signing copies of his new book 'The Secret of Feedback' and will be happy to chat about writing it too.

Free.

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Wednesday, 18th March 2020
Richmondshire Concerts present the Carice Singers
Venue: Influence Church, Victoria Road
Time: 19:30
Songs by Howells, Bax, Ireland, Janáček, Elgar, Berg, Ross Edwards, Grieg and Finzi.

A 14-strong choir of professional singers. In the words of Gramophone magazine, "Few can match the Carice Singers for musicality and beauty of tone".

Tickets are £16 online, or at Castle Hill Bookshop, or at the door

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Thursday, 19th March 2020
Talk: The sounds of war
Venue: The Green Howards Museum
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Take a musical journey through conflict.


Explore the way recordings have been used to capture key moments in history in the pre-digital age.

From bombing raids to morale-boosting speeches, you’re guaranteed a totally marvellous immersive experience with one man and his gramophone.

Tickets: £5. Reserve online or book at the museum or on 01748 826561.

Donation bar.

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Thursday, 26th March 2020 - Saturday, 28th March 2020
Arcadia
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Tom Stoppard's comedy masterpiece about sex, death.... and algorithms.


In 1809, in an English country house, Thomasina is a precocious teenager with ideas about mathematics, nature and physics well ahead of her time. She and her tutor delve into intellectual and romantic issues.

In the present, two competing scholars are researching a possible scandal at the estate in 1809 involving Lord Byron. As their studies unfold, the truth about what happened in Thomasina's time is gradually revealed.

Tom Stoppard’s brilliant and absorbing play takes us back and forth between the centuries and explores the nature of truth and time, and the disruptive influence of sex on our life orbits - ‘the attraction which Newton left out’.

Arcadia won the Olivier and New York Drama Critics Circle Awards for Best Play in 1994/5.

Presented by Richmond Amateur Dramatic Society by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd. Directed by Kath Torbet.

Tickets £7.50 to £14.50 are available from the Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Saturday, 28th March 2020 - Wednesday, 8th April 2020
Yorkshire Pride
Venue: The Station
with Sue Dewhurst and Rosemary North.

Sue Dewhurst will be presenting a mix of her latest 'Owd Lasses - introducing 'Donna Kebab' and friends - alongside her Dales Barn paintings. Rosemary North will be showing her latest contemporary takes on the area, its architecture and landscapes.

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Saturday, 28th March 2020
Casino Night
Venue: The Station
Time: 19:30
Channel your inner James Bond and join us for our Casino Night!


Dress to impress and enjoy a fantastic evening of food and entertainment.

£25pp including buffet and desserts PLUS £100 of fun money to spend!


Booking essential on 01748 825967

Please state dietary requirements on booking

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Saturday, 28th March 2020
The Station Singers- ‘All around JAZZ’
Venue: St Mary’s Parish Church
Time: 6.30.pm (doors open from 6.00.pm)
The Station Singers present their spring concert, ‘All around JAZZ’. A lively evening’s music celebrating all things jazz!

Supporting Friends of Richmond Friary Community Hospital and Marie Curie Swaledale Fundraising Group.

Tickets £ 9 - £11 on the door- to include seasonal refreshments. Children free (ticket required).

Available from Castle Hill Bookshop, choir members, The Wives Kitchen, St. Mary’s Church, King St. Kitchen and Gift shop + supporting charities.

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Sunday, 29th March 2020
Richmondshire Orchestra Concert
Venue: Richmond School
Time: 3.00 pm
Spring Concert

Conductor: Peter Stallworthy

Soloist Barbara White, piano

Ippolitov-Ivanov: Procession of the Sardar
Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No 2
Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade

Tickets £12, children free, available from WWW.richmondshireorchestra.org.uk - orchestra members and on the door.

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Monday, 30th March 2020
Book Launch with, local poets, George Jowett & Jo Colley
Venue: Bishop Blaize's back room
Time: 7.30pm
With music from Ed Woods, local poets George Jowett & Jo Colley launch their new books 'The Gypsy & the Candy Floss Queen' and 'Sleeper'.

Free

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April 2020
Saturday, 4th April 2020
Comedy Club 4 Kids
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 2.00pm
A family version of an adult comedy club.


Since 2005, Comedy Club 4 Kids has been getting the best stand-ups and sketch acts from the international circuit to do their thing for an audience of children and their families… but without the rude bits!

Over a decade later, the company has expanded from one London residency to being countrywide, running shows and workshops all over the UK from Peebles to Portsmouth, even producing a book on how to write and perform stand-up.

The show is family friendly, but without any patronising idiocy. In fact, it's just like a normal comedy club, but it's on in the day and the kids are allowed in. This is cracking entertainment for everyone over six years old.

‘A highlight for children... giving them a taste of some of the biggest names in comedy with the fun, rowdy feel of a real comedy club.’ The Guardian

Tickets £9 available from the Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Monday, 6th April 2020
North Yorkshire Wine Society
Venue: Richmondshire Cricket Club
Time: 19:30
Wine tasting of wines from Italy with Margaret Reay and Nigel Slater

Visitors welcome £18

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Thursday, 16th April 2020
Talk: Treasures in store
Venue: The Green Howards Museum
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Personal passions, clever collecting, and of course, some spoils of war.


Join the museum team to discover just how we’ve come to hold such precious history in our care. We’ll also reveal the highlights in our current exhibition, where some very special objects are being given their time to shine.

Tickets: £5. Reserve online or book at the museum or on 01748 826561.

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Thursday, 16th April 2020 - Friday, 17th April 2020
Blithe Spirit
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Where life and the afterlife get immensely complicated!


Noel Coward’s classic comedy follows a dinner hosted by novelist and socialite Charles Condomine. Hoping to gather material for his next book, he invites the eccentric clairvoyant, Madame Arcarti, to conduct a séance. However, he gets more than he bargained for when the temperamental spirit of his first wife, Elvira, is inadvertently summoned and attempts to disrupt Charles’s marriage to his second wife, Ruth, who cannot see or hear the ghost.

Written in 1941, Blithe Spirit became one of the West End’s longest-running shows and its inventive wit and farcical humour continues to entertain audiences of all generations.

Blithe Spirit is the debut performance of The Butler Company, The Georgian Theatre Royal’s new young professional Theatre company.

Tickets £11 to £16 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Saturday, 18th April 2020 - Sunday, 19th April 2020
One-Act Play Festival
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: various
A bumper weekend of theatre featuring some of the finest acting talent in the region.


On offer will be entries from theatre groups competing in the preliminary Northern round of the All-England Theatre Festival, the only countrywide elimination contest for one-act plays in performance throughout England. The AETF provides a brilliant opportunity for amateurs to compete against like-minded groups and to benefit from expert adjudication to improve the quality of their performance.

So that people can judge the performances for themselves, the Theatre is offering a discounted festival day ticket as well as tickets for individual shows.

Show details and times will be announced nearer the time.

Tickets £10 per show, £15 per day or £20 for the weekend. Available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Friday, 24th April 2020
Troy Hawke - Tiles of the Unexpected
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Comedian Troy Hawke returns to The Georgian following last year’s hugely successful 1001 Moments with Troy Hawke.


This season’s offering promises to be equally entertaining and follows a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Having previously exposed supermarket chain Aldi’s links to the illuminati and the murder of Princess Diana, everyone’s favourite 1930’s throwback scrabble-based investigator now puts Swedish furniture giant IKEA under his microscope…

Troy Hawke was 2019 Fringe World Best Comedy nominee, 2019 Fringe World Comedy Weekly Award Winner, Top 40 Best Reviewed comedy shows Edinburgh 2019 and Top 30 Jokes of the 2019 Fringe (GQ Magazine, The Telegraph)


️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Troy Hawke must be one of the most accomplished and enjoyably daft character comics on the circuit today” ⭐ Wee review 2019

“ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Elaborately concocted, funny and brilliantly bonkers”
Beyond The Joke 2019

Tickets £13 from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Saturday, 25th April 2020 - Wednesday, 6th May 2020
Richmond Camera Club
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of photographs showcasing the diverse image making abilities and talent of the members of Richmond Camera Club.

Richmond Camera Club’s annual exhibition showcases the work and image making skills of its members. The club is based in Richmond and meets every Tuesday evening, between September and April, in the Methodist Church school room (see website for full details and programme). New Members and visitors are always welcome.

www.richmondcameraclub.co.uk

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May 2020
Thursday, 7th May 2020
Five Americans, Three Murders and a Poisoning
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.00pm
A production by The Georgian Theatre Royal Youth Theatre.


This fast-paced comic 'whodunnit'by Robert Bloomfield and Rebecca Preen is in the style of all your favourite sleuths, with enough plot twists to keep any audience on its toes.

Tickets £9 available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Saturday, 9th May 2020
Only Fools at Fawlty Towers
Venue: The Station
Time: 19:00
at The Station Café | Bar

The Station Café | Bar is excited to bring you another comedy dining event, this time merging two iconic shows - Only Fools & Horses and Fawlty Towers!

Boycie has organised a surprise 50th Birthday party for Del Boy and has booked the function suite at Fawlty Towers. Basil is not happy, but Sybil is looking forward to a fabulous night. Rodney and Cassandra have got the message that it is a fancy dress party. Any guesses who they will arrive as? Uncle Albert tries to organise a sing-a-long, as only he can! Then enjoy a grand finale with Raquel and Tony - don’t miss this!

All the above and a superb three course meal for £37.50pp*

Book early to avoid disappointment on 01748 825967

*£10pp deposit required on booking.

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Monday, 11th May 2020
North Yorkshire Wine Society
Venue: Richmondshire Cricket Club
Time: 19:30
Wine tasting of eclectic wines with Paul Tate-Smith from Malton

Visitors welcome £18

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Thursday, 14th May 2020
The Death on the Smug Juggler
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.00pm
A production by The Georgian Theatre Royal Youth Theatre.


This classic murder mystery is perfect for fans of Agatha Christie and Conan Doyle. Will Inspector Credit and Sergeant Shilling catch the killer in time or will they risk their own necks in the process?

Tickets £9 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Friday, 15th May 2020
Don't Shoot Me, I'm Only the Piano Player
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Australian pianist David Scheel is one of the finest solo musical comedy performers in the world.


A runaway success in London’s West End, successive Edinburgh Festivals, the Melbourne Comedy Festival and right across the USA, this entertaining show is a hilarious send-up of classical music.

You can expect to hear anything from a well-known folk tune played in the styles of various famous composers; two different pieces played with different hands at the same time; and a medley of the 20 worst tunes ever written. His raconteur-style includes hilarious stories of pianos that he has played, accompanied by sharp-edged commentary on the lives of various celebrities and politicians.

“As funny as any, wittier than most, and, uniquely, a concert pianist of international stature...He stands alone, in a class of his own.” - BBC Arts Review

“The only show in town that can satisfy lovers of classical music and comedy alike.” - San Francisco Chronicle

Tickets £15 from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Saturday, 16th May 2020
Chaplin: Birth of a Tramp
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
“What a sad business, being funny” - Limelight (1952)


For over 100 years, Charlie Chaplin has been the world’s best-loved clown. His brilliant comic creation of The Little Tramp is the first and most recognisable cinematic icon in history. But his remarkable story of stardom and success has a darker side.

Raised in the horrific, grinding poverty of a Victorian slum, Charlie never knew the security of a stable family. Whilst his parents destroyed themselves with disastrous ambition and unshakeable vice, Charlie was thrown at the mercy of the workhouse. Desperate to escape his feral existence on the streets of South London, Charlie became captivated by the shining lights of vaudeville, and gradually began to see a way out.

Critically-acclaimed Arrows & Traps theatre company return with an examination of the relationship between experience and creativity, and invite you to discover how Chaplin spun personal tragedy into universal comedy, in a psychological exploration of one of the world’s most remarkable lives.

Written and directed by Ross McGregor, this production is being produced with the full endorsement of the Chaplin Estate and the Chaplin Family.

Tickets £11 to £16 from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Saturday, 16th May 2020 - Wednesday, 27th May 2020
Place and Time
Venue: The Station
Time: 9am - late daily
An exhibition of digitally painted black and white photographs: 1930s - 1970s


Bronia Gardner's work seeks to convey the deeper narrative of quietness found in mid-twentieth century, black & white photography. Her subjects often depict a vanished, more naive time and world found in both urban and rural images.

All her work is digitally produced on her iPad, utilising a specific colour palette designed to to introduce a softer perspective to potentially challenging images.


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Wednesday, 20th May 2020 - Saturday, 23rd May 2020
The Sound of Music
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm (with an additional performance at 2pm on Saturday 23 May
Richmond Operatic Society present one of the greatest musicals of all time.


Based on Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, The Sound of Music tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings to their thrilling escape to freedom as their beloved Austria becomes part of the Third Reich at the start of World War II.

The unforgettable score – featuring music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein – includes some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including Edelweiss, My Favourite Things, Do-Re-Mi, Sixteen Going on Seventeen, Climb Ev’ry Mountain, and of course, the title song – The Sound of Music.

Tickets from £7.50 to £17 from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Thursday, 21st May 2020
Talk: 1940: A year of retreat
Venue: The Green Howards Museum
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
It’s the 80th anniversary of the evacuation at Dunkirk and the German invasion of Norway.


Find out what happened to the soldiers who saw action at both these pivotal moments in the early stages of the Second World war, and discover how sometimes the stark facts of failure and defeat can be moulded into moments of glory.

Tickets: £5. Reserve online or book at the museum or on 01748 826561.

Donation bar.

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Saturday, 23rd May 2020 - Wednesday, 3rd June 2020
Recycling
Venue: The Station
A Swaledale Festival exhibition

Swaledale Festival’s successful collaboration with Risedale Sports & Community College continues with an exciting new exhibition by talented Year 8 and GCSE students of artworks referencing the crucial subject of Recycling.

www.swalefest.org

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Saturday, 23rd May 2020 - Wednesday, 17th June 2020
5756 Miles from Richmond to Kyoto
Venue: The Station
with Jill and Andrew Clay

Richmond and Kyoto are special to both Jill and Andrew. They combine their skills to show you what it is about each place they love. Andrew shows this through his photography whether capturing sheep in Swaledale or the enigmatic geisha in Kyoto. Jill on the other hand uses watercolour and the Japanese art of Chigiri-e. Chigiri-e is the art of using torn hand made Japanese paper, which Jill uses onto glass.

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Wednesday, 27th May 2020
People Show 137
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 4.00pm
A Swaledale Festival event.


Forty years ago, People Show Cabaret toured the world. It was an amazing show which turned everything cabaret on its head, and the four protagonists were dubbed “the Beatles of performance art”.

Now, decades later, the youngest one, Chahine Yavroyan, has sadly died and the other three - Mark Long, Emil Wolk and George Khan - along with their brilliant friend Bill Palmer, have reassembled to make a new show. Well, new…and on the other hand…old.

Years of tumbling, verbal and musical gymnastics are revisited and taken to the next dimension…where the black hole of life is finally challenged.

“Thought-provoking, sidesplittingly funny and really not boring” Stamp Collecting Monthly

Age recommendation: 16 years+

Tickets £12 to £16 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

Tickets for this event are available only from the Georgian Theatre Royal and not from Swaledale Festival.



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Friday, 29th May 2020
Brighde Chaimbeul
Venue: St Agatha's, Easby.
Time: 4pm
Gorgeous solo Scottish small pipes.

4pm - 5pm.
Tickets - £10, U25s £3.

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Friday, 29th May 2020
Hallé Cellos
Venue: St Mary’s Parish Church
Time: 7.30pm
Eight top cellists play Rossini, Wagner, Villa Lobos and Gershwin.

7.30pm.
Tickets - £10, U25s £3.

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Saturday, 30th May 2020 - Sunday, 31st May 2020
Introduction to beekeeping
Venue: Field centre, Foxglove Covert Local Nature Reserve, Catterick Garrison, Richmond
Time: 09.50
A 2-day theoretical and practical introduction to beekeeping course, designed especially for those with no beekeeping experience.

The Richmond and District Beekeepers Association (RDBKA) will be running its population 2-day course on the theory of beekeeping combined with practical 'hands-on' experience at the Foxglove Covert Field Centre in Catterick. Everyone is welcome but places are limited, so please book early. No previous experience is needed. The aim is to learn about honeybees and the art of beekeeping. It is a taster session for those who might like to keep bees in the future or for those who would just like to find out more about honeybees. The cost is £50 per person or £80 per couple. Application can be made via the RDBKA website.

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Saturday, 30th May 2020
Pneûma
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 4.00pm
Pneûma:ˈnjuːmə, noun, Philosophy, Greek = wind, breath, spirit, that which is blown or breathed.


A captivating and beautiful performance in which dance, movement, sound, light and visual imagery combine magically to evoke the poetics of the invisible, life-giving force that is breath.

By dance artist Miranda Tufnell, visual artist David Ward and musician Sylvia Hallett, with dancers Cai Tomos, Eeva Maria Mutka and Simon Whitehead, and musician Jonah Brody.

“A feast for the ear, eye and imagination. Wonderful!” - Hugh Brody, writer and anthropologist

Tickets from £12 to £16 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online. Under 19s are half price.


Tickets for this event are available only from the Georgian Theatre Royal and not from Swaledale Festival.



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Saturday, 30th May 2020
Miranda Tufnell's Pneûma Dance Project
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 4pm
Stunning, atmospheric dance and lighting.

Book through The Georgian Theatre.

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Saturday, 30th May 2020
Swale Singers
Venue: St Mary’s Parish Church
Time: 7.30pm
Faure and Duruflé from Dales choir.

Tickets - £8, u25s £3.

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June 2020
Wednesday, 3rd June 2020
Acoustic Triangle and Sacconi Quartet
Venue: Influence Church, Victoria Road
Time: 7.30pm
Innovative melodic jazz with classical elements.

Tickets - £18, U25s £3.

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Saturday, 6th June 2020 - Wednesday, 17th June 2020
Bryn Turner: Life's Little Moments
Venue: The Station
Time: 9am - late daily
A collection of photographic images that demonstrate the often unseen beauty around us.

‘Life’s Little Moments’ is a collection of photographic images that attempts to highlight just how easy it is to miss the subtle moments of beauty that surround us in everyday life. This could be as simple as the way in which a cloud casts its shadow upon the barren hillside or the way in which a wall curves with effortless ease, offering a sense of mystery about what will appear next.

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Saturday, 13th June 2020
Richard Durrant: Music for Midsummer
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Guitarist, composer and ukulele virtuoso Richard Durrant presents a blend of original guitar music, British flavoured folk, JS Bach.


Richard is taking part in Cycling Music 2020 which sees him travelling all the way from St Magnus Cathedral, Orkney to Brighton Open Air Theatre in time for the summer solstice, performing at a whole range of venues on the way.

The tour is his way of reducing his carbon footprint whilst playing music in some wonderful places and drawing attention to the climate crisis.

In September, the Cycling Music pilgrimage continues onwards from Dieppe to Santiago de Compostela.

If you would like to cycle with Richard to Santiago de Compostela, please contact info@richarddurrant.com

“One is left with the impression of a man who loves music and life in equal measure.”
Gramophone Magazine

“Brimful of technically impressive guitar playing on the folk/ classical cusp, with nimble runs, deft arpeggios and quicksilver fingering.”
The Independent

"Exceptional ability and artful arrangements to add to the jaw dropping (and humorous) live performance." Guitar & Bass Magazine

Tickets £18 from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Thursday, 18th June 2020
Talk: 2020 vision: reconnaissance and the regiment
Venue: The Green Howards Museum
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The 161st Reconnaissance Regiment started life as a battalion of the Green Howards.


Learn more about the soldiers who become the eyes and ears of the military, and the vital importance of a reliable recce in any campaign.

Tickets: £5. Reserve online or book at the museum or on 01748 826561.

Donation bar.

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Thursday, 18th June 2020 - Friday, 19th June 2020
Arrival - The Hits of Abba
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Back by popular demand!


Last year (for the seventh year running), Arrival was voted 'Best Abba Show' and 'Most Authentic Abba Show' by the UK Abba Fan Club. Widely regarded as the world’s no.1 Abba tribute band, Arrival has performed to millions of Abba fans across the globe in over 30 different countries.

Combining stunning vocals, beautiful harmonies, lavish replica costumes and choreographed dance routines, Arrival is a full live band that creates a truly authentic Abba experience. Abba fans new and old can look forward to songs such as Mamma Mia, Waterloo, Dancing Queen, The Winner Takes It All and Thank You for the Music. A true celebration of Abba!

Tickets £21 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.


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Saturday, 20th June 2020
Good Old Days Music Hall
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Marske Choir presents an evening of magic, melodrama, mischief and mellifluous music!


So, stick a feather in your hair, pull on the corset, dig out the coat and tails and join us for a veritable ‘pot pourri’ of performers assembled for your entertainment and delight.

The Master of Ceremonies of this old-fashioned Music Hall-syle event is Mr Peter Roe and his magnificent gavel.

Tickets from £11 to £16 are available from the Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Sunday, 21st June 2020
Richmondshire Orchestra Concert
Venue: The Garden Rooms at Tennants Leyburn
Time: 3.00 pm
Summer Concert

Conductor: Peter Stallworthy

Soloist: Andy Long, violin

Wagner: Mastersingers Overture
Bruch: Violin Concerto No 1
Dvorak: Symphony no 9 "From the New World"

Tickets £12, children free, available from WWW.richmondshireorchestra.org.uk from Tennants box office, orchestra members and on the door

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Thursday, 25th June 2020
The Marriage of Figaro
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
Mozart’s sunniest comedy is the perfect entertainment for a summer's evening.



Ravishing melodies accompany a farcical story centring on the wedding day of Seville's favourite barber, Figaro, to the winsome Susanna, maid to the Countess Almaviva.

The only fly in the ointment is the Countess's errant husband, the Count, who has designs of his own on Susanna. The plot thickens, with a randy pageboy hiding in a cupboard, a drunken gardener making a nuisance of himself, bridesmaids, letters, secret assignations in the garden, shocking revelations, and, eventually, a happy ending!

Heritage Opera, Northwest England’s professional touring opera company, returns to Richmond for the third time with this masterpiece of classical opera. Sung by a cast of nine, in an hilarious new English translation, with piano accompaniment.

Tickets £11 to £26 are avialble from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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July 2020
Thursday, 2nd July 2020
Grimm Tales for Little Horrors
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.00pm
Presented by The Georgian Theatre Royal Youth Theatre.


Four intriguing stories inspired by The Brothers Grimm.

Tickets £9 from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Friday, 3rd July 2020
Secrets & The Whispering Walls
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.00pm
Two short plays presented by The Georgian Theatre Royal Youth Theatre.

Secrets by Jacqueline Wilson and Vicky Ireland and The Whispering Walls by Aimee Shields are two fascinating plays that explore deception, imagination and the pressures of being a teenager.

Tickets £9 from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Monday, 13th July 2020
North Yorkshire Wine Society
Venue: Richmondshire Cricket Club
Time: 19:30
Wine tasting of German wines with Andrew Coghlan from Barningham

Visitors welcome £18

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Thursday, 16th July 2020
Talk: Green on Green: three centuries of Irish influence
Venue: The Green Howards Museum
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Revealing the important role of the Emerald Isle in the regiment’s history.


From an accident prone Commanding Officer to the thousands of Irish Green Howards who served all over the world, we’ll discover bravery, service and sacrifice spanning the Battle of the Boyne to the height of The Troubles.

Tickets: £5. Reserve online or book at the museum or on 01748 826561.

Donation bar.

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Thursday, 16th July 2020 - Friday, 17th July 2020
Back to Oz
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.00pm
Presented by The Georgian Theatre Royal Youth Theatre.


This is a new and exciting musical, inspired by Frank L Baum’s The Wizard of Oz that has been written by The Georgian Theatre Royal’s Youth Theatre Officer Aimee Shields and performed by the Musical Theatre classes.

Join Thea and Toto as they travel through a dark and dangerous world to find their way home.

Tickets £9 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Saturday, 25th July 2020
The History Wardrobe - What Were We Thinking?!
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
The immensely talented and ever-popular History Wardrobe return to the Theatre with one of their new presentations.


The team are skilfully adept at bringing periods of history to life through an exploration of its fashion, politics, art and literature. Words can't quite describe, come and see them in action!

In What Were We Thinking, the two Lucys (Lucy Adlington and Lucy Ridley) take on the 1970s in this hilarious new celebration of history’s most orange-and-brown decade.

What were you wearing in the seventies? We’ll have Bri-Nylon, Biba, bra-less Women’s Libbers… Disco sparkle, psychedelia, Punk, ponchos, hot pants and platforms, all with an irresistibly seventies soundtrack that will have you grooving in your Crimplene flares...

Tickets £11 are available from the Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Thursday, 30th July 2020 - Saturday, 1st August 2020
Stepping Out
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
The heart-warming comedy with two left feet.


RADS present a warm-hearted comedy with laughs, drama and pathos as a group of women ̶ and one man ̶ attempt to overcome their inhibitions and left feet in their weekly tap dancing class. Mavis, a former professional chorus girl tries her hardest to teach the enthusiastic amateurs some performance skills for an upcoming grand charity performance.

But before the dancing begins Mavis must mediate the minor dramas that erupt among this motley but loveable crew. As the play progresses, so do the dance skills, but will they have the ability to be transformed into triumphant tappers?

Stepping Out won the Evening Standard Comedy of the Year Award in 1984.

Presented by Richmond Amateur Dramatic Society by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd. Directed by Lynne Kerr.

Tickets £7.50 to £14.50 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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August 2020
Wednesday, 5th August 2020 - Saturday, 8th August 2020
Stepping Out
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Time: 7.30pm
The heart-warming comedy with two left feet.


RADS present a warm-hearted comedy with laughs, drama and pathos as a group of women ̶ and one man ̶ attempt to overcome their inhibitions and left feet in their weekly tap dancing class. Mavis, a former professional chorus girl tries her hardest to teach the enthusiastic amateurs some performance skills for an upcoming grand charity performance.

But before the dancing begins Mavis must mediate the minor dramas that erupt among this motley but loveable crew. As the play progresses, so do the dance skills, but will they have the ability to be transformed into triumphant tappers?

Stepping Out won the Evening Standard Comedy of the Year Award in 1984.

Presented by Richmond Amateur Dramatic Society by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd. Directed by Lynne Kerr.

Tickets £7.50 to £14.50 are available from Box Office on 01748 825252 or online.

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Monday, 10th August 2020
North Yorkshire Wine Society
Venue: Richmondshire Cricket Club
Time: 19:30
Wine tasting with a difference! Call my Quaff with Mike Wherrett.

Visitors welcome £18

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Monday, 10th August 2020 - Saturday, 15th August 2020
Afternoon Tea Week
Venue: The Station
Time: 3pm - 6pm
at The Station Cafe | Bar

Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week at The Station Café | Bar with our Luxury Afternoon Tea. Enjoy the classic combination of freshly prepared sandwiches, scones, cakes and pastries with tea / coffee of your choice.

£14.95 - Luxury Afternoon Tea
£19.95 - Prosecco Afternoon Tea

10th - 15th August. Available from 3pm - 6pm. Booking essential. 01748 825967

We cater for your dietary needs. Please advise us of your requirements on booking.

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Thursday, 27th August 2020
Talk: Yorkshire Mughals
Venue: The Green Howards Museum
Time: 7.00pm - 8.30pm
Exploring the role of local families, especially the Dundas’ of Aske Hall, in the establishment of the British in India.


We’ll see how they built fortunes and influence through their involvement in the East India Company and, less obviously, how India crept into Yorkshire’s culture and commerce.

Tickets: £5. Reserve online or book at the museum or on 01748 826561.

Donation bar.

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Saturday, 29th August 2020 - Wednesday, 23rd September 2020
Faces of New York
Venue: The Station
Time: 9am - late daily
New York: People, places and textures

Alan Clements has visited New York every summer for nearly a decade. This exhibition offers a selection of the images he’s taken in New York City.

Alan’s exhibition celebrates New York’s remarkable diversity of people, culture and art.

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September 2020
Saturday, 5th September 2020 - Wednesday, 16th September 2020
The Inner Landscape
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of Landscape Photography

Christine is an amateur photographer whose landscape photography covers a wide variety of locations in the North of England and Scotland, capturing mostly details and the smaller view rather that the large landscape. The exhibition will cover a range of subjects from the abstract patterns created by reflections and movement on water or the surface of ice and rock to images captured in woodland and mountain scenery.

www.chfphotography.com

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Monday, 14th September 2020
North Yorkshire Wine Society
Venue: Richmondshire Cricket Club
Time: 19:30
Wine tasting of Greek wines with WSET Richard Goodacre

Visitors welcome £18

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Thursday, 17th September 2020
Talk: The Yorkshireman who made the Middle East
Venue: The Green Howards Museum
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Look at a map of the Middle East and you’ll see the perfectly straight lines of national borders.


Look at a map of the Middle East and you’ll see the perfectly straight lines of national borders. In 1916, Sir Mark Sykes, who served with the Green Howards, helped decide the fate of millions of people in this regions. Find out about the man variously described as impulsive, daring and romantic, and the ongoing repercussions of those fateful lines drawn in the sand.

“Give me a native regiment to organise, a rebellion to raise, a map to make”, implored Mark Sykes whilst languishing in a dead-end military job in Ireland.

Tickets: £5. Reserve online or book at the museum or on 01748 826561.

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Saturday, 19th September 2020 - Wednesday, 30th September 2020
Jo Garlick: Wildlife and Landscapes
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of work inspired by the wildlife and landscape of the Yorkshire Dales

Jo has lived in the Yorkshire Dales all her life and is fascinated by all elements of the natural world, especially wildlife. She works predominantly in soft pastels and loves the versatility and immediacy of the medium, using it to create vibrant pictures of British wildlife and a broad spectrum of landscapes, inspired by the character and heritage of the area. A keen interest in both history and walking has influenced some of her more recent landscapes. She is currently exploring and developing a new range of work focusing on printmaking and illustration.

jogarlick.co.uk

Facebook: Jo Garlick Artist

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Saturday, 26th September 2020 - Wednesday, 21st October 2020
Artist in Residence: Laura Pennell
Venue: The Station
Time: 10am - 4pm
In the substation

Artist Laura Pennell will be exhibiting her original artwork and prints. She will be selling her homeware and gift collection, including cards and stationery.

Additionally, Laura will be working on commissions whilst here and is looking forward to sharing her techniques and processes with visitors.

Find Laura in the Substation (opposite Angel's Share Bakery) every day, except Wednesdays.

www.laura-pennell.co.uk

Facebook: laurapennellart

Instagram: laurapennellartist

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October 2020
Saturday, 3rd October 2020 - Wednesday, 14th October 2020
Confluence: The Joining of Two Rivers
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of oil paintings inspired by the landscape of the Yorkshire Dales.

Two Rivers: Two artists who join together to tell the story of the places and people on the banks of the River Swale and Cod Beck. The rivers, flowing from different sources in North Yorkshire, merge together before continuing their journey to the sea.

Rachel Morrell follows the River Swale from the source to the confluence with Cod Beck. She creates textiles and paintings inspired by the colours and shapes of the landscape it passes through.

Jane Wilson walks along the Cod Beck from its source in the North Yorkshire Moors, through her home town of Thirsk, until it meets and merges with the River Swale. She creates textile based work to map out her journey and raise awareness of the social and environmental context of the river.

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Saturday, 17th October 2020 - Wednesday, 28th October 2020
Darlington Society of Arts
Venue: The Station
An exhibition of art with something for everyone; comprehensive variety of prices, media and subjects.

Darlington Society of Arts was established in 1922, with the object of stimulating interest in both the creation and appreciation of Art and Craftwork in Darlington and the surrounding area.

Although this exhibition consists mainly of paintings in various mediums, members also have interests in a wide range of craftwork including ceramics, woodwork and decorative metalwork and also the use of computers to create some interesting and inventive work.

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Monday, 19th October 2020
North Yorkshire Wine Society
Venue: Richmondshire Cricket Club
Time: 19:30
Wine tasting of wines from South Africa with Dr Jamie Harrison

Visitors welcome £18

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November 2020
Saturday, 7th November 2020
'Allo 'Allo
Venue: The Station
Time: 7pm
The Station Café | Bar is delighted to bring you another comedy dining event.

"Listen very carefully, I shall say this only once... Pop along to this ‘umble cafe for a night to remember as Rene juggles the Gestapo, the Resistance, his secret affairs and his wife, Edith. A hilarious comedy dinner show not to be missed."

Our last comedy shows sold out well in advance so don't leave it too late to book!

£37.50pp including a delicious three course meal. £10pp deposit on booking.

Book now on 01748 825967

Arrival 7pm to sit down at 7.30pm

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Monday, 9th November 2020
North Yorkshire Wine Society
Venue: Richmondshire Cricket Club
Time: 19:30
Wine tasting of 'A Lifetime of Wine' with Ray Sheahan

Visitors welcome £18

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Saturday, 14th November 2020 - Wednesday, 25th November 2020
Moment in Time and Northscapes
Venue: The Station
By Pamela Crawford and Sarah Farooqi

One family, two very different artists. An exhibition of watercolours, inks, acrylics and prints; ranging from delicate watercolour florals and local views, to Northumbrian landscapes and intricate illustrated maps.



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