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Gorgeous dates for your diary

May 29, 2018 No comments

Here’s our round-up of upcoming gorgeous events around Yorkshire. If you’d like to be featured, simply email gorgeousyorkshire@gmail.com Facing up to the Muses: Tony Harrison and Theatre, explore poet-playwright Harrison’s development through unique images, notebooks and drafts from his literary archive. Until June 16, Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds. Admission free.[Read More]

Gorgeous dates for your diary

May 22, 2018 No comments

Here’s our round-up of upcoming gorgeous events around Yorkshire. If you’d like to be featured, simply email gorgeousyorkshire@gmail.com The Great British Food Festival, more than 75 UK traders including artisan food producers and street food vendors, celebrity chef demos, talks, lessons, and live music, Harewood House, near Leeds, May 26-28. Tickets £12.50 adults, £7.50 children.[Read More]

Celebrate the Royal Wedding in Yorkshire style

May 18, 2018 No comments

One day to go, and if that last-minute Royal wedding invite has failed to arrive, here are some events and ideas happening in Yorkshire that might just make you feel as if you are actually right there at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. Today and Sunday (May 18 and May 20, 2018), there’s a Royal[Read More]

Gorgeous dates for your diary

May 16, 2018 No comments

Here’s our round-up of upcoming gorgeous events around Yorkshire. If you’d like to be featured, simply email gorgeousyorkshire@gmail.com Haworth 1940s Weekend, May 19-20, stylish celebration of the war years, including dancing, music and parades. See http://haworths1940sweekend.com/index.html Yorkshire’s Jurassic World. Discover lost giants at new exhibition, until May 22, York Museum. www.yorkshiremuseum.org.uk Facing up to the Muses:[Read More]

Liberty loves Katch Skinner

May 11, 2018 No comments

Wonderful news from Hebden Bridge ceramicist Katch Skinner – she has won the prestigious Liberty Open Call, thanks to her fabulously original egg cups. The top London store invited craftspeople to put their products forward for a chance to be stocked on Liberty’s shelves. Over 9,500 entries flooded in and judges were briefed to find[Read More]