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French Without Tears
Terence Rattigan's sparkling 1936 comedy. After a group of young men arrive at Monsieur Maingot's French school for the summer to cram for the Diplomatic exam, their concentration is disrupted by the beautiful visitor Diana Lake. Quelle surprise, they must learn another new language: girls.
At first, it seems pretty simple. Kit loves Diana and she loves him. And Bill. Oh, and darling Alan, of course. Then there's Jack: she's in love too. Meanwhile, Babe conceals his feelings...Not so simple after all.

On: Tue 27th Sep 2016
Until: Sat 1st Oct 2016
Address: Harrogate Theatre, Oxford Street, HG1 1QF
Website: http://www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk
Musical Mums
Musical Mums is a series of free singing and music-making sessions where parents under 25 and their children have the chance to learn together in a fun environment, create positive bonds, gain new skills, improve confidence and make new friends.

Sessions run weekly at Wesley Chapel in Harrogate and are free to attend. We also reimburse your travel costs, plus regular attendees receive Early Learning Centre vouchers!

For more information, or to register your interest, please call 01423 562303, email info@harrogate-festival.org.uk or pop in to one of the sessions.

On: 13:00 Tue 27th Sep 2016
Repeating: Every Tuesday
Address: Wesley Chapel, Oxford Street, Harrogate, HG1 1PP
Contact name: Harrogate International Festivals
Phone number: 01423 562 303
Contact email: email
Website: http://harrogateinternationalfestivals.com/musical-mums/
Brandreth Bears at Newby Hall
Gyles Brandreth’s 1,000 strong collection of teddy bears is going on permanent public display at Newby Hall.
Bear lovers of all ages will be able to get ‘up close and pawsonal’ with world famous bears including the original star of the Paddington animated TV series; Sooty; Muppet Show stalwart Fozzie and Children in Need’s Pudsey Bear. Literary bears are also well represented by ‘bear of very little brain’ Winnie the Pooh and the Bear of Avon, William Shakesbeare himself, designed by Gyles Brandreth. The collection also features bear companions of the rich and famous.
The bears will be displayed in a series of specially commissioned tableaux ranging from a classic picnic and a library scene (books include Macbear, Paw and Peace, Jane Bear, The Merry Bears of Windsor, and the Encyclopedia Beartannica) to a church wedding and even an Olympics scene.

On: 11am Sat 28th May 2016
Until: 5pm Tue 27th Sep 2016
Address: Newby Hall & Gardens, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 5AJ
Website: http://www.newbyhall.com
Outdoor Events Geo-caching Tale Trail
Adventurers stanby. Using your GPS devices, hunt over hill and dale to find our hidden geocaches. They're hidden in different containers and hiding spots all over Settle. Only the bold and brave will find them all and uncover the hidden story...

Prizes to be won!

The Geocaches will be hidden all over Settle. You will be able to find the geocaches from the 20th August.

Full details visit: http://settlestories.org.uk/geo-cache

On: 9am Sat 20th Aug 2016
Until: Sat 1st Oct 2016
Address: Settle
Website: http://settlestories.org.uk/geo-cache
Dare Devil Rides To Jarama
Commissioned by The International Brigades Memorial Trust, 'Dare Devil Rides To Jarama' is a new play by Neil Gore that tells the story of the British and Irish volunteers at the beginning of the brutal Civil War in Spain, and captures the raw passions and emotions of idealism and despair, hope and anger, determination and fear, through powerful storytelling, stirring songs and poetry.

On: 7.45pm Mon 26th Sep 2016
Until: Sat 1st Oct 2016
Address: Harrogate Studio Theatre, Oxford Street, HG1 1QF
Website: http://www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk
The Roberts-Harry Invislign event- £400 off treatment
Always wanted Invisalign braces but don't want to have impressions...?

The Roberts-Harry Clinic are launching their new state of the art digital scanner at their sensational Invisalign event.

Come and find out what it's all about... book today into one of our exclusive event days and receive a free consultation and £400 off treatment!
T&C's apply-

Please call 01423 522555 for further details or to book free consultation.

On: 8.00am Thu 1st Sep 2016
Until: 13.00 Sat 1st Oct 2016
Address: The Roberts-Harry Clinic, East Parade, Harrogate, HG1 5LB
Contact name: The Roberts-Harry Clinic
Phone number: 01423 522555
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.rhclinic.co.uk
Exhibitions The Original Print Show
The pick of this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition is travelling to Yorkshire. This major exhibition, curated by Senior Royal Academician Norman Ackroyd, will include originals by some of the UK’s most respected contemporary artists including Dame Elizabeth Blackadder RA, Barbara Rae RA and Bill Jacklin RA all handpicked from this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

Open Mon to Sat 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 5pm. Closed Sun and Bank Holidays.

On: 10:00 Sat 10th Sep 2016
Until: 17:00 Sat 22nd Oct 2016
Address: Zillah Bell Gallery, Kirkgate, Thirsk, YO7 1PQ
Website: https://zillahbellgallery.co.uk/
Berwins Salon North : Magic
Berwins SALON North is a revolutionary movement for the heart and mind. The SALON events consist of a night of the most stimulating ideas in art, science and psychology designed to change your life for the better.

The format consists of an evening of three speakers, each given 30 minutes to engage the audience with their subject, interspersed with intervals allowing time for a well-crafted gin and tonic. Expect the remarkable!

Magic is the final Salon in our Memory, Music & Magic Berwins Salon North Series.

Our belief in astrology, the paranormal, aliens, ghosts and all forms of supernatural ‘magics’ have formed the basis of Prof Christopher French’s academic studies. He leads the way in the field of anomalistic psychology at Goldsmith’s University, exploring just why we have a psychological need for the paranormal and what our need for it reveals about ourselves.

Doug Segal is a British comedy performer known for his award winning live mindreading acts: I Know What You’re Thinking, How to Read Minds and Influence People and I Can Make You A Mentalist.. He’ll be in conversation with Salon North’s Helen Bagnall who will be asking him about the art of mind-reading, and just how we can learn to do it. But I guess he’ll know she’ll be asking about that!

Jo Marchant is an award winning science journalist, a former editor at Nature and New Scientist, and has conducted a rigorous investigation in to the role of the mind in health, which is the subject of her book Cure – A Journey Into the Science of Mind Over Body. Jo will explain what the mind really can do when it comes to Health, from placebos to hypnosis, and from social connectivity to meditation, it’s a kind of magic.

On: 19:30 Thu 29th Sep 2016
Address: Crown Hotel, Crown Place, Harrogate, HG1 2RZ
Website: http://harrogateinternationalfestivals.com/home-page/berwins-salon-north-magic/
Live Music FRANKLY SINATRA comes to the Royal Hall Harrogate
The world’s No1 Frank Sinatra, Stephen Triffitt, is coming to town to celebrate the golden anniversary of Ol’ Blue Eyes’ most famous recording – Sinatra Live at the Sands.
A brand-new production called Frankly Sinatra features many of the songs from the classic album, performed just the way they were back in 1966.
Regarded as the definitive Sinatra live performance, the album was Frank’s first commercially-released live recording, packed with 22 tracks including many of his best-known hits.
Frankly Sinatra’s producers say that authenticity can be assured: star of the show – Stephen Triffitt – has himself enjoyed three seasons at Las Vegas’ Sands Casino portraying Frank.
Featuring the swing, swagger and the velvet vocals of Frank Sinatra in concert, Stephen Triffitt is acclaimed worldwide as the master of his craft. He created the role of Ol’ Blue Eyes in the original West End production of The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas that toured the USA, Canada and Europe.
The lavish production is brought to the stage by Easy Theatres, the theatre show specialists responsible for hit touring stage productions like Magic of Motown, Thank You for the Music, An Evening of Burlesque and A Night of Dirty Dancing.
The company’s MD, Michael Taylor, says Sinatra’s golden anniversary is to be celebrated in “swinging style” with a nationwide tour of brand-new stage show Frankly Sinatra in 2016.
“There’s no better Sinatra,” says Michael. “Stephen Triffitt has sold out the London Palladium twice and the Royal Festival Hall with solo concert shows.
“In Frankly Sinatra he skilfully dips in and out of character to tell the fascinating tale of the greatest vocalist and most charismatic performer of our time.”
The critics agree. The London Evening Standard describes Stephen’s resemblance to Sinatra as ”unsettlingly perfect”.
With sculpted hair, twinkling blue eyes, and shiny black patent leather shoes, Stephen is famed for performing classic hits Fly Me to the Moon; Mack the Knife; New York, New York; My Way; That’s Life; Under My Skin; Lady is a Tramp; My Kind of Town; All the Way and Luck Be a Lady with all Frank’s laid back charm.
Michael says: “Stephen not only walks the walk, he talks the talk. Combining delicious vocals with a playful, laid-back stage presence, he faithfully recreates Frank’s trademark stage persona with consummate ease.”
Backed by the sound of big band swing, Frankly Sinatra brings the Chairman of the Board to town to celebrate the golden anniversary of Sinatra Live at the Sands with StephenTriffitt, described by the show’s creators as “frankly the best thing since Sinatra himself”.

On: 19.30 Thu 29th Sep 2016
Until: 22.00 Thu 29th Sep 2016
Address: Royal Hall Harrogate, Ripon Road, Harrogate, HG1 2RD
Website: http://www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk/
Live Music Frankly Sinatra
Celebrating the centenary of 'Sinatra Live at the Sands', it's the world's number one Sinatra Stephen Triffitt: 3 seasons of the Sands, the West End's original Frank, sell-out Palladium solo spectaculars . 'Fly Me to the Moon'; 'Mack the Knife'; 'New York, New York'; 'My Way'...backed by the sound of the big band swing.

On: 7.30pm Thu 29th Sep 2016
Address: Royal Hall, Ripon Road, Harrogate, HG1 2RD
Website: http://www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk
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