What's On In Yorkshire
22nd to 28th July 2017
Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival
20th to 23rd July
A specialist event with some of the top crime writing authors in attendance, presenting talks, workshops and readings.
28th to 30th July
The Bradford Festival brings a vibrant, colourful and multicultural programme of the very best international, British and local theatre, art, music and dance right into the heart of the Bradford.
The festival runs from 4-9pm Friday, 12-9pm Saturday and 12-8pm Sunday, 28-30 July.
The Bradford Festival is mostly staged in Bradford's multi-award winning public space, City Park.
21st to 23rd July
Shefield's inner-city music festival is back, with an impressive line up on 5 stages including 3 revamoed outdoor venues.
Ryedale Jazz Festival
23rd to 29th July
Ryedale Jazz is back for another year with a series of concerts mainly based in Pickering
Art In The Pen -Thirsk
22nd & 23rd July
Art in the Pen was established in Skipton, North Yorkshire in 2005 and has gone from strength to strength ever since. Each year, artists transform cattle pens into galleries from which they sell original works of art. Art in the Pen features the best in modern, conceptual and contemporary art in friendly and innovative venues. Come and spend an enjoyable day exploring a diverse range of art and crafts for every budget.
Great Yorkshire Fringe
21st July to 13th August
The Parliament Street Family Feastival will present a summer season of family shows and live music, while retaining the street food stalls, each now with their own “garden space” on the Parliament Street village green.
Dirty Hero - a 10 or 5 mile obstacle course challenge to test the true hero in you. Majestic obstacles, stunning scenery and fantastic camaraderie create an amazing atmosphere that everyone will enjoy. At Duncombe Park, Helmsley
Leyburn 1940's weekeknd
21st to 23rd July 2017
Leyburn turns back it's clocks around the Market town for a 2 day event, a spectacular event with lots of activities happening across the weekend.
Offshore: Artists Explore the Sea
Saturday 1 April - Monday 28 August
Artists John Akomfrah, Tacita Dean, China Mieville, Martin Parr and Marielle Neudecker feature in a new exhibition of internationally renowned artists, writers, scientists and filmakers curated by Invisible Dust.
Exploring sea-related themes, including monster myths, local fishing communities, Hull's role as a maritime city and the implications of climate change, Offshore includes ambitious new art commmissions that relate to the museums' collections.
On Sunday 23rd July, Burton Agnes Hall will host a Superhero and Princess Party, for visitors of all ages to enjoy free activities including pirate magic shows, princess pampering, bouncy castles, balloon modelling, and popular characters will make an appearance on the day!