More Theatre In York
Sunday 15 January 2017 - Sold Out!
The route is fast and flat, heading southwards through Bishopthorpe, Acaster Malbis, Appleton Roebuck and back through Bishopthorpe to finish behind the Racecourse grandstands. (www.yorkknavesmireharriers.co.uk)
Saturday 21 January 2017
7pm - 11pm De Grey Rooms Ballroom.
Dances in the De Grey Rooms ballroom have been a York institution since 1842 when the Yorkshire Hussars led by Colonel Earl De Grey had the rooms built to host their regimental balls. Our annual sell-out dance celebrating the life of Robert Burns, returns to the beautiful De Grey Rooms, come along to the biggest Burn's Night ceilidh in York! Dances are professionally called by the wonderful Great Northern Ceilidh Band. Book at (degreyrooms.co.uk Tickets from yorktheatreroyal.co.uk)
York Barbican Wednesday 25 January 2017
The Circus of Horrors celebrates its 21st anniversary as it takes to the road with its latest incarnation “The Never-ending Nightmare”. The spectacular features an amazing amalgamation of bizarre, brave & beautiful acts all woven into a Alice in Horrorland type story driven by a mainly original soundscape & performed with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek! Tickets from yorkbarbican.co.uk
House Concerts York
Not a normal venue, more like a mix of the Radio One Live Lounge, and hearing every note as if you're sitting in the corner of the artist's recording studio. If you'd like to come along it's simple:- choose a gig - have a listen - donate to the artist - we send out your personal invite - & that's it. It's by private invitation only, very limited spaces, non-profit making and all about the music not the money. houseconcertsyork.co.uk
Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 January 2017
York Residents Festival is your chance to explore the city and be a tourist for the weekend – for free! Organised by Visit York in partnership with the City of York Council, this annual Festival is our way of saying a huge thank you for the warm welcome you give to York’s 7 million visitors. It’s a great way to discover York’s visitor attractions for free and wine and dine using our discounted offers.
This year you’ll have the chance to explore behind the scenes at places not usually open to the public and take advantage of some great dining offers. We hope you enjoy the weekend.
How do I take part? - York Residents Festival is open to all York Residents who have a valid York Card – you’ll need one card per person to gain free admission to attractions and benefit from the special offers. York Student Card, this year we are also opening up the event to all students studying in the city. Remember that for some of the attractions, tours and events, you’ll need to pre-book and that some venues have limited free tickets and operate on a first come, first served basis. Please check the details for each offer here.
York Designer Outlet is a massive clothes shopping centre on the outskirts of York.
Monks Cross Shopping
Fantastic bargains to be had at Monks Cross Shopping with ease of access, free parking. Visit our great website on monkscrossshopping.co.uk
Monks Cross Drive, Huntington, York. YO32 9GX
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