Whats on: Your guide to events in and around the Harrogate district area across the next seven days.

Thorner Comedy Festival at Thorner Victory Hall with top stand-upcomics on Friday and Saturday, February 23-24.

Looking for something to do in and around the Harrogate district from Thursday, February 22 to Wednesday, February 28?



Theatre: John Godber’s Up N Under at Harrogate Theatre. Until February 24.

Festival: Banff Mountain Film Festival at the Royal Hall.

Exhibition: Horace Panter’s Americana exhibition at RedHouse Originals gallery, 16 Cheltenham Mount. Until March 3.

Exhibition: Silson Contemporary Gallery’s Winter Show at Harlow Oval. Until April 13.

exhibition: Picturing Women - An Exhibition celebrating 100th anniversary of votes for Women at Mercer Art Gallery, Swan Road. Until June 17.

Muisc: Live music with The Phil Dean Trio at the Blues Bar.

Music: Live music with Kolton at The Knox, Bilton. 8pm.

Music: Acoustic jam session hosted by Ade Payne at Charlies Place, Otley Road. 8pm. Weekly,

Music: Acoustic night at the St Roberts Social Club, Roberts Street. Second and fourth Thursdays of the month. 8-10.30pm.

Music: Weekly karaoke at the Hales Bar from 9pm.

Quiz: Christie’s Bar Quiz from 8.30pm. £1 entry.

Exhibition: RHS Garden Harlow Carr - Women in Horticulture Exhibition and Bath House Gallery - Japanese Gardens Exhibition. Normal garden admission applies. Until February 25.


Coffee morning: Ripon Community Link coffee morning in Ripon Town Hall 10am-noon.


Coffee Morning: The Children’s Society coffee morning and book sale from 9am at Wetherby Town Hall.



Comedy: Comedian Ed Byrne at the Royal Hall.

Music: MFOR at Monteys Rock Café, The Ginnel. 8pm.

Music: Soulful vinyl night at St Robert’s Club with DJs Ian Smith + John Lee. 8pm-midnight.

Music: The Petra Flowers at the Blues Bar.

Music: Reggae with Majesty at The Den, Cambridge Street.


Festival: Thorner Comedy Festival at Thorner Victory Hall with top stand-upcomics. Also Saturday.


Cinema: All The Money In The World - Fri: 4.30pm. Mon: 4.30pm. Tues: 7.30pm. Phantom Thread - Fri-Sun: 7.30pm. Mon: 12.30pm, 7.30pm. Tues: 4.30pm. Wed: 4pm. Thurs: 2pm (Senior Screen), 7.30pm. Early Man - Sat-Sun: 2pm. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - Sat-Sun: 4.30pm. The Royal ballet presents The Winter’s Tale - Wed: 7.15pm. Visit www.wetherbyfilmtheatre.co.uk.

Quiz: Wetherby twinning Association quiz night at St Josephs Church Hall 7.30pm. Tickets from Tel 07810 008927.


Cinema: Ritz Cinema Thirsk - Darkest Hour. Daily 7.30pm. Wed: 2.30pm. Visit www.ritzcinema.co.uk.



dance: Studio 3 Dance Workshop presents Dance Krazy 2018 at the Royal Hall in aid of Yorkshire Air Ambulance. 7.30pm.

Music: The Jed Thomas Blues Band at the Blues Bar.

Music: Acoustic night with Rob Reynolds at The Den, Cambridge Street.

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Music: Jazz in the Spa presents Café Society at the village hall.


Concert: Paulinus Singers’ concert ‘Glorious and Powerful’ at St John’s Sharow, 7.30pm.


Fair: Wetherby Antique and Collectors Fair, Town Hall, Market Place. Free admission. Browse, buy and sell 01937 582803.

Exhibition: Artists Around Wetherby exhibition at Wetherby Town Hall 9am-4pm.


Dance: Felliscliffe Young Farmers annual buffet dance with music by The Directors. Darley Memorial Hall 7.30pm-12.30am.



Music: Blues Bar presents Alex Graham & the Concords (3pm), Wilson McGladdery (6pm).

Music: The Great Amercian Songbook with the Mike Westerman Quartet at Harrogate Arms. 7.30pm.

Music: Martin Rose’s acoustic session at The Regency.

Music: Acoustic at Hales Bar.

Club: The Friends of Harrogate and District Museum lecture at The Old Swan Hotel, Harrogate 2.30pm ‘Nostell Priory the history and the collections’. Pay at the door.

Event: celebration to mark St David’s Day at West Park United Reformed Church, Victoria Avenue at 4pm.

Coffee Morning: RSPCA volunteer coffee morning 11.30am-1.30pm at Harrogate Fire Station, Skipton Road.


Open garden: Snowdrops and Hellebores at Moor End Farm, Arkendale Road, Staveley. Starts at 2pm. Further information 01423 3419892.



Theatre: Comedy trio The Pretend Men present Police Cops in Space at Harrogate Theatre Studio.

Music: Open mic at Blues Bar.



Music: Singer Jennie Hammond with the Brendan Duffy Quartet at The Empress. 8.15pm.

Music: Acoustic session at the Blues Bar.

Choir: Stray Sound Ladies barbershop choir at Starbeck Methodist Church. 7.30-9.30pm. Weekly. More info from Sue Lynch at suelynch443@gmail.com



event: Imagined Things presents An Evening with Graphic Novelist Antony Johnston at Starling Beer & Coffee House. 7pm.

Music: The Paul Middleton Angst Band at the Blues Bar.

Music: Matt Anderson’s Acoustic Underground + guests at Retro bar, Commercial Street.

Open day: The Royal Hall open day 10am- 4pm. Free admittance. Guided tours at 11am and 2.30pm.


Bingo: The Friendship and Leisure Centre in Knaresborough Market Place hosts Bingo on Wednesday evenings 7-8.15pm.



Club: Arthritis Care Harrogate Branch - Thursday, March 1 Pat Osborne talk ‘Tutenkhamun, Carter and the latest developments in Egypt’ at Granby Care Home, Granby Road. 2-4pm. Contact Nanci Downey 01423 330428.

fair: Refreshments and stalls by Woodlands Methodist Church.

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