A National Libraries Conference, due to take place later this month, featuring authors and publishers aims to ensure the service’s “continued survival” in a digital age, organisers say.
Join in our carnival workshops - there's something for everyone.
The eyes of the world will be on Harrogate as the town and wider district hosts the largest cycling event in the calendar - but it's not all about bikes.
Our Book of the Month is what it says on the tin: a book we’ve selected, each
It's time to vote! The Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year
The Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival is an immersive and busy
...and we couldn't be more excited! Here's what's coming up this week at #HIF2019...
Cellist Stephanie Tress of the Solem Quartet answers our Q&A ahead of their performance on
Harrogate could well dance away with Rio’s carnival crown this summer when it stages its own “world party in the park”.
One of the countrys best-known family jewellers is celebrating its engagement with our Harrogate arts charity.
We're looking for performers - Saturday 27th July 2019, Town Centre & Valley Gardens
A note from our Reader-in-Residence and Programming Chair Mari Hannah to all budding
At our Royal Hall Residency
At the age of 20, Eric Lu was first-prize winner at the Leeds International Piano
Get ready for an out of this world experience for the whole family…
Festival Takes Over Royal Hall for Raucous Nights Out Harrogate International Festivals is taking over
The Festivals ensures the community we live and work in is vibrant and alive, so it’s an art charity we both very much value.
Author Kate Pankhurst, a descendant of Emmeline Pankhurst, inspired over 750 schoolchildren to pen a