Raworths Recommends…Rise

Rise written by Liam Young, reads as part political essay part memoir, offering both

An Interview with Jonathan Cranston

Jonathan Cranston isn’t just your everyday vet, he’s an international veterinary practitioner, author and

Raworths Recommends…Why Mummy Swears

Many mums (and dads) are understandably beginning to look a little frazzled around the

An Interview with Henry Cole

Bonkers about bikes, friends with Liz Hurley, TV presenter, world land speed record holder,

An Interview with Gill Sims

Bridget Jones meets Peppa Pig! Gill Sims’ blog, Peter and Jane, became a cult

An Interview with Benet Brandreth

His father, Gyles Brandreth, may be an ex-MP, TV presenter and raconteur, but son

History Returns to Harrogate

Please Note: The Box Office is closed this week

The Box Office will be closed from Monday 13th to Sunday 19th August. We will resume normal

Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival line up announced…

Hubert Swainson Partners with the Festivals

One of Harrogate’s oldest family firms, Hubert Swainson, has become a Premier Partner of Harrogate

A criminally great time was had by all…

This time three weeks ago...

Yorkshire Young Achievers Foundation supports Musical Mums

Harrogate International Festivals are delighted to be in receipt of a grant from the

Review: Hallé Orchestra

The final concert of the Harrogate International Music Festival included a celebration of Tchaikovsky on

Review: Emma Johnson

Emma Johnson grew up in London and her career was launched when in 1984 at

Review: Laura Mvula

Review: Laura Mvula

Review: Meridiem Duo

Sarah Miller and Elinor Nicholson met whilst studying at the Royal Northern College of Music

Laura Mvula Support Act Announced!

A 22-year-old singer-songwriter from York, Fin Henderson, has been announced as the backing act for

Sponsor’s Spotlight: Harrogate Wealth Management

Director Ralph Zoing tells us why Harrogate Wealth Management is supporting Harrogate International Festivals.

Sailing Her Own Path – Laura Mvula

2018 was dubbed ‘The Year of Women’ thanks to it marking 100 years since the

Rudding Park Hotel Backs Festival

Rudding Park has become a sponsor of arts charity, Harrogate International Festivals, on the eve of its month-long flagship Music Festival this July.