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Sunday Series Line-up Revealed!

World Renowned Violinist Features in Harrogate Sunday Series Nicola Benedetti, described by Classic FM as

Raworths Review – Stop The Clocks

Carmelita Ardren reviews Joan Bakewell's Stop The Clocks, 'a wry, yet tender, reflection on Joan’s life'.

Raworths Review – The Dancing Detective

Lucy Westmoreland reviews Ann's crime novel inspired by her appearance on Strictly Come Dancing.

Raworths Review – The Rise of the Outsiders

Rachel Tunnicliffe reviews a fascinating book exploring seismic shifts in the political landscape.

RHLF – Politics, Psychology, History and more…

Banish Autumn chills with four exceptional days of exhilarating literature and inspiring talks from the worlds of TV, Politics, Psychology, History and more

What you need to know!

Show Times Doors to the Royal Hall will open at 19:30. A call for Friends

Burlesque to Tantalise Harrogate

Harrogate International Festivals is tempting audiences to join one of the most exciting showgirl artists

Jay Phelps signed by ROPEADOPE

Congratulations to Jay Phelps, our Guest Curator from our Spiegeltent Festival last year, who has

Dan Brown to Make Exclusive UK Appearance in Harrogate

Tickets are now on sale for Harrogate International Festivals’ exclusive UK launch of Dan Brown’s,

Raworths Review – Village News by Tom Fort

Jonathan Mortimer explores what is happening in our village communities in the face of a changing world.

Raworths Review – 101 Gins

A very skillfully curated selection of gins, put together by a real expert on the subject.

Raworths Review – Jenni Murray

Discover the names and causes of some well-known but largely overlooked female historical figures

Raworths Review – Revolting!

What is the role of democracy in the world today and is it under threat?

Harrogate welcomes Lady Carnarvon; the real countess of Downton Abbey

Join best-selling author and the real Countess of Downton Abbey, Lady Carnarvon for a very

Raworths Review – Strange Death of Europe

The question of Europe has dominated British politics for the past two years. It is the defining issue of the current era.

Raworths Review – The Wild Other by Clover Stroud

The author, Clover Stroud, uses her expertise as a writer and journalist to bring her dark and turbulent past into vivid technicolour.

Raworths Review – Ayesha’s Gift by Martin Sixsmith

Ayesha's Gift is the story of a second-generation Pakistani woman, Ayesha Rahman, who is searching for answers to her questions.

Please Note: The Box Office is closed this week

The Box Office will be closed from Monday 7th to Friday 11th August. We will resume normal

Raworths Review – A Boy Made of Blocks by Keith Stuart

In his debut novel Keith Stuart takes us on a father's journey to understanding and

Box Office Opening Hours (31st July – 11th August)

Please note, the Box Office will be open 10am-4pm from Monday 31st July to Friday