On Saturday 22nd October York Toymaster will hold its Grand Opening celebrations at 22-24 Market Street York with special guest appearances by Toby Toymaster and Waddles the Beanie Boo!
Details have been released today about Fringe events taking place during this year’s illuminating York Festival, which runs from Wednesday 26 to Saturday 29 October, with twilight opening, candlelit tours, spooky films and even Gregorian chant planned across the city over the four nights.
‘York Celebrates Difference’ is an inspiring new city-centre event celebrating York’s cosmopolitan mix of cultures and faiths.
A new game is set to hit the streets during this year’s illuminating York festival. Families will be pounding the pavements playing Bunny Bingo, which challenges them to find some of the 50 decorated bunny lamps which will be on display in shop windows throughout the city.
Former chef, wine merchant and hospitality consultant Matt Beevers has vowed to turn York Theatre Royal into a “destination for food and hospitality” following his appointment as Enterprises Manager.
York Art Gallery has today been announced as the Family Friendly Museum 2016 by renowned charity; Kids in Museums, sponsored by Philip Mould Gallery and Association of Leading Visitor Attractions.
The National Railway Museum in York is launching a new, fun and interactive exhibition, ‘Future Engineers’, to encourage children to discover their ‘hidden engineer’ and find out how they can shape the railways of tomorrow.
Goddards House and Garden, the former home of the Terry family, will be holding special activities to mark national chocolate week on 12 – 16 October.
Aquarists at The Deep have finally been able to discover the sex of the two penguin chicks which hatched back in June this year from DNA in a tail feather.
Christmas Special 2016