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Stewart Francis played the Grand Opera House over the weekend to great applause. Here is what we thought.
A collaboration between Paines Plough and Kate Tempest was always going to generate hype. Wasted has received great acclaim from critics and ordinary theatre goers alike, we take a look at why.
The delectable Lucy Rose is on good course to stealing our hearts. She played The Duchess this week to huge response. Here is what we thought.
Wednesday 9 May saw the triumphant return of Maximo Park to a sold out Duchess crowd in York.
Late Music Concerts last night, Saturday 5 May, presented the Ligeti String Quartet at the Unitarian Chapel, in a concert of Glass, LeFanu, Lancaster, Crowther and Adams. Late Music presents a series of concerts every year of living composers.
The University of York has announced a new partnership with one of the UK’s principal museums of historic buildings.
Professor Chris Thomas has been elected a Felloe of the Royal Society, one of the world’s top scientific honours.
Tickets went on sale at 2pm yesterday for Canadian singer, songwriter, pianist and opera composer Rufus Wainwright to play at the Barbican York.
Three University of York departments have received awards from Athena SSWAN Charter for their ongoing support of women in science.
The Johnny Cash Story showed this week at The Grand Opera House. Here are our thoughts.
Arab Strap’s Aidan Moffat played with musician Bill Wells a collaboration of the pairs music together.
On Friday night Beans on Toast played Fibbers, supported by a trio of three fabulous acts.
Last night at The Basement saw a trio of acts, we went down to give it our verdict.
Wednesday night saw the ridiculously talented Roberto Fonseca playing The Theatre Royal.
Last night saw Bowling for Soup do an acoustic set at The Duchess.
After the sad demise of And All that Could Have Been – James Wreglesworth has been behind the scenes creating something new and equally exciting. Exclusively he talks to One&Other about his new venture “The Blind Swine”.