Are you looking for something to do over the next few days? Here’s our weekly what’s on guide:
The Phil Dean Trio at the Blues Bar.
Dr Al Addin and the Missing Medicines. Hospital panto for all the family at the Frazer Theatre, 7.30pm, running until Saturday. Tickets adults £10, children £5 available from the Harrogate District Hospital general office or www.justaddtickets.co.uk.
The Children’s Society are holding a coffee morning and mega book sale in the town hall from 9am. There will be bacon butties, teas, coffee, cakes, books, bric a brac and a tombola. Come along and bring your friends.
The Della Grants at the Blues Bar.
Lucy Mizen with The Watermelon Men at The Crown Bar.
Tom Jones Vegas Tribute at the Viper Rooms.
Blues pianist/vocalist Dan Burnett (residency) at The Ivory, The Ginnel.
Garden Walk – The Harlow Carr Winter Walk, 10am-12.30pm. RHS members £26, non-members £34. Call 020 3176 5830 to book your place.
Competitive Festival for Music, Speech and Drama at Harrogate Ladies’ College, until Sunday and on March 4-6 and March 12-13, starting at 6pm Fridays, 9am Saturdays and 9.30am Sundays. Visit www.hcfmsd.co.uk or follow #HCFMSD on Twitter.
The Wakeman Lecture Spring Series continues at 10am, Thorpe Prebend House, David Winpenny - How to Write a Fake: Literary Forgeries. Limited availability for non-members £8 on the door. Visit www.wakemanlectures.co.uk.
Last Chance Saloon country club with Lainey West at Park Place Social Club.
Live Lounge at The Orange Grove, Market Place. David Ward Maclean 9pm.
Richard & Adam at Sant Angelo restaurant.
Badapple Theatre presents The Daily Bread at the village hall.
Bilton WMC - The Rozzers, tribute to Sting and The Police.
Night of Free Spirits with Da Vida and The Free Spirits and John Davey at King’s Suite, HIC. 8.30pm.
The Jed Thomas Blues Band at the Blues Bar.
DJ Scooby presents Metal Sans Frontieres at Harlow Hill Club.
Open day at Lear Fitness, Montpellier Street. Meet the team, 10am-2pm. Book your place on 01423 709844.
Harrogate and District Green Party are at the King’s Suite, Harrogate International Centre, for A Night Of Free Spirits, 8.30–11.30pm. Visit www.greenparty.org.uk/conference, or see the Harrogate and District Green Party page on Facebook.
Leeds Symphony Orchestra will celebrate the 400th anniversary of the founding of King James’s School in a concert at the school at 7.30pm. Tickets are available from Castlegate Books, 13 Market Place and on the door. Adults £10, children free.
Jazz in the Spa presents Dave Mott’s Jazz Classics at the village hall.
Live music at Cross Keys, Cheapside - 9 Bar.
LSO plays Brahms’ Symphony no 4 in E Minor at King James’s School.
Singer Mark Wylde at Park Place Social Club.
Felliscliffe Young Farmers Annual Buffet Dance at Darley Memorial Hall. Music by The Directors, 7.30pm-12.30am. Adults £18, children 14 and under £10. Tickets from Kathryn 01423 780811 and Nicola 01423 771172.
Wetherby Methodist Church Women’s Group coffee morning, 9.30am-12.30pm in the Methodist Hall, Bank Street. It is being held in support of the group’s charity this year, which is Target Ovarian Cancer.
Antiques and Collectors Fair. Every Saturday at Wetherby Town Hall from 9am-4pm. Free admission. Wheelchair access and lift. For bookings and information, contact Dawn on 01937 582803.
Martin House Strictly Get Dancing event at The Engine Shed, 7pm. Visit www.martinhouse.org.uk.
Ripon City Photgraphic Society presents an illustrated talk by Michael Pitts, award winning underwater cameraman at 2pm at Ripon Grammar School. Adults £10, 16 and under £7. Visit www.riponcityphotographicsociety.co.uk.
The St Cecilia Orchestra will perform all six Brandenburg Concertos in Ripon Cathedral at 7.30pm. Tickets £20 (concessions available) on the door.
Thirsk and Northallerton Methodist Circuit Missions Committee presents a concert by Northern Voices. Northallerton Methodist Church, 7.30pm. Tickets £6. Call 01609 772620.
1st Northallerton Scout and Guide Group fundraising ceilidh held in Sacred Heart RC Church Hall on Thirsk Road, 7.15-10.30pm. Tickets (£10 adults, £5 children) include a pie and peas supper. Contact Gareth on 07929 869269 or email@example.com.
Candlelighters are holding teas and full refreshments from 11am-4.30pm at Fewston Parochial Hall. Also tomorrow, Sunday.
Sunday: The Friends of the Harrogate District Museums meeting at The Old Swan 2.30pm. Talk on In and Under the Vatican.
Sunday: Three live acts at the Blues Bar including The Craig Brauns Band (3pm) and 70s Cop Show (tea time).
Sunday: Dan Burnett’s Open Mic night at The Ivory (weekly). 8pm.
Tuesday: Madam Butterfly with a local touch at The Royal Hall. The Russian State Opera returns with the perfect tragic opera featuring a local youth theatre boy. Call 01423 502116.
Tuesday: Swing and jive with Phil Lyons and the Jon Taylor Quartet at The Londesborough Club.
Wednesday: Tea Dance at Granby Court, Granby Road, 2.30-4.45pm. Entry £3.50 includes afternoon tea. Sequence and ballroom.
Wednesday: Dan Burnett residency at Ten Devonshire Place, Skipton Road.
Wednesday: Matt Anderson’s Acoustic Underground and guests at Retro bar, Commercial Street.
Monday: Badapple Theatre presents The Daily Bread at the village hall.
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