Everything you need to know about #TheakstonsCrime 2022
Meet Joachim B. Schmidt, author of our May Book of the Month
Our May Book of the Month is here!
This week the #TheakstonsCrime programme will be announced and second tier tickets go on sale. Find out when...
Harrogate is ‘The Glastonbury of crime’
We're getting down to earth this week
Meet #TeamHIF and get some book recommendations at the same time!
Join us to talk all things bookish again!
Revolutionary women in history, how they have paved the way for empowered women of the 21st Century, and what we can do today to avoid being side-tracked by culturally learned behaviours, will be examined at this month’s Berwins Salon North.
What price would you pay for the arts?
Programme announcement date & tickets update
Everything you need to know before you arrive at the Fire and Light Experience
Denise Mina named Chair of the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival 2022 plus Special Guests announced
Harrogate’s Valley Gardens to host sensational Fire & Light Experience
After last month's teaser column, we're full steam ahead with exciting events in the next few weeks.
It's full steam ahead with live events.
2022 could be the year of opportunity
It was once said that “No-one can whistle a symphony, it takes an orchestra to play it.”
Festivals... you’ll have often see me talk about how they fill the gaps in the town, they create community, produce events that are unique and are built around the area in which we live.
Harrogate International Festivals was delighted to welcome Arts Minister Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay to Harrogate to discuss the current state of the arts following the pandemic.