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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 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]

Gorgeous dates for your diary

May 9, 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 Words in the City, a long weekend of poetry and spoken word, across Leeds, May 10-13. Includes poet and musician Linton Kwesi Johnson at Carriageworks, May 12, 7.30pm (£15/13) and a special events with poet Simon Armitage,[Read More]

Gorgeous dates for your diary

April 17, 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 York Fashion Week, runway shows, creative workshops, pop up shops, and collection launches, celebrating the city’s style and creativity. April 16-22. For details of the full programme and to book tickets online visit http://www.yorkfashionweek.co.uk 15th Birthday Celebration,[Read More]

Getting the best out of Robin Hood’s Bay

April 13, 2018 No comments

Work took me to beautiful Robin Hood’s Bay and knowing how busy this former fishing village gets, I set off before the crack of dawn.There’s an awful lot to be said for being an early bird. I’m not keen on crowds and I have a fear of not being able to park so getting there[Read More]