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Category (May 2019) - Media

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  • Wuthering Heights comes to Castle Howard

    Wuthering Heights comes to Castle Howard

    In an exciting new venture, the team behind Lamplighter’s unanimously acclaimed The Life and Times of Fanny Hill, join the OSC to co-produce April de Angelis’ striking stage adaptation of Emily Bronte’s spell-binding Wuthering Heights.

  • Ambitious plans outlined for positioning York on a world stage

    Ambitious plans outlined for positioning York on a world stage

    Plans for marketing and developing York will be outlined today (Wednesday 15 May) at the annual Make It York stakeholder meeting, to be held at the Principal Hotel.  300 business leaders from across the digital, railtech, bioscience, creative, food and drink and tourism sectors will meet to network and to hear from Sean Bullick, Make It York’s new Managing Director.

  • Media - Blog - Only In York Campaign

    New Tourism Drive – #Only in York

    Issue date: Thursday 9 May Issued by: Visit York York woos visitors from London Promotions for York have appeared across the London Underground today, as part of Visit York’s latest tourism drive t..

  • Casting Announced For York Summer Of Shakespeare

    Casting Announced For York Summer Of Shakespeare

    Casting has been announced for the 2019 York company of SHAKESPEARE’S ROSE THEATRE, the award-winning pop-up Shakespearean Theatre, which makes a triumphant return to the foot of Clifford’s Tower in York this summer with new productions of Hamlet, Henry V, The Tempest and Twelfth Night. The plays have been selected from across the genres, offering something for everyone, and will be performed in repertory by two companies of actors.

  • UK’s first tree health centre to be built at the Yorkshire Arboretum

    UK’s first tree health centre to be built at the Yorkshire Arboretum

    The Yorkshire Arboretum, located near Castle Howard in North Yorkshire, has raised funds to build the UK’s first purpose-built facility to expand public awareness about the threats to our trees posed by an increasing number of pests and diseases, and the need to keep our trees as healthy as possible. Funding for the project has come from the Peter Sowerby Foundation, the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund and £286,000 of the Government’s Local Growth Fund, secured by the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding (YNYER) LEP. Construction is expected to begin in July this year.

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