Yorkshire

The Wind in the Willows (York Theatre Royal)
By Dan Meyers · 6 Aug 2014

Toad and the gang return to the Theatre Royal stage in Mike Kenny's adaptation

Rehearsals for A Farewell to Arms begin in Doncaster
By Ron Simpson · 31 Jul 2014

Acclaimed theatre makers imitating the dog bring their unique vision to Hemmingway's seminal novel

SheffieldTheatres' Lyceum closes for £1.9 million redevelopment
By Dan Meyers · 24 Jul 2014

Major refurbishment aims to increase attendances by 15% in the next 5 years

The Sheffield Mysteries (Crucible Theatre)
By Ruth Kilner · 18 Jul 2014

Responding to the medieval mystery cycles, The Sheffield Mysteries offer a frank and funny celebration of the human spirit, with a distinctly Yorkshire flavour.

West Yorkshire Playhouse announces new season
By Ron Simpson · 18 Jul 2014

Autumn/Winter in Leeds promises a mix of challenging new work and family favourites

Cox & Box - Mrs Bouncer's Legacy (Stephen Joseph Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 10 Jul 2014

Sir Arthur Sullivan's one act comic opera is reinvented with a brand new second act.

Yorkshire Festival Blog: 100 amazing days
By Henrietta Duckworth · 9 Jul 2014

Henrietta Duckworth, executive producer of the Yorkshire Festival, reflects on an incredible three months

Yorkshire Festival: A French idyll in Huddersfield town centre
By Elise Rohde · 4 Jul 2014

Commuters at Huddersfield train station got quite a surprise this morning when they discovered a French farm had magically appeared overnight

Krapp's Last Tape (Studio Theatre)
By Sophie Bush · 4 Jul 2014

Sheffield Theatres' production of Beckett's renowned play is more for the aficionados than the uninitiated

Beryl (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
By Ron Simpson · 3 Jul 2014

As cycling fever hits Yorkshire, the Playhouse presents Maxine Peake's account of the life of one the region's great cycling heroes