Bob’S Your Uncle (Mcbratney Magic) is a full time professional children’s entertainer and magician in Yorkshire and has worked all over the UK and parts of Europe. He performs at children’s parties for birthdays, weddings, christenings, schools, nurseries, pre schools, holiday parks – in fact anywhere where children need entertaining.
He’s a member of the Magic Circle and Equity, DBS checked, holds PL insurance and all equipment is PAT tested and risk assessed.
For more information, check out Bob’S Your Uncle (Mcbratney Magic)
Conyngham Hall is a parkland offering leisure activities, woodland and riverside walks. The hall is surrounded by an area of open parkland and offers outdoor games from March to October. Tennis, pitch and putt, crazy golf, putting, small adventure trail and a woodland sculpture walk are all fun, out-going activities to get you, your friends and your family in the fresh air.
For more information, visit Conyngham Hall Park Games.
Small specialist music shop based in Knaresborough with a clear emphasis on professional music tuition.
For more information go to: https://www.flaithulach.com/
Frazer Theatre is the primary venue for productions by the Knaresborough Players. In the last fifty years the Players have put on over 250 productions. They have transformed what was once a chilly empty shell of a building into a fully-equipped working theatre. They run a full programme of events throughout the year, including the popular annual panto, full-length and one-act plays and the occasional musical.
Frazer Theatre also hosts music gigs.
Keep up-to-date with Frazer Theatre productions on the events page of Knaresborough Now magazine every month or visit Frazer Theatre for more information.
Freedom Performing Arts is an independent school offering a variety of different classes in all areas of performing arts. Freedom have become one of the leading Performing Arts Schools in the Knaresborough area, boasting over 230 Students aged 3yrs – 18yrs of age. The school aims to provide fun classes that allow you to express yourself and have fun, as well as learning good technique and improving your confidence.
For more information, visit their website.
Good Company is a members club for unattached people, male and female, who are in their 50s, 60s and 70s -people like you who wish to broaden their social circles with others who have similar interests.
Once a member,an extensive list of carefully selected events will be sent to you. All you have to do is simply choose which events you would like to attend. The activities and events they offer are group based so you can feel safe and secure. From the moment you arrive at your event, your host will introduce to your fellow guests so you can relax and enjoy yourself.
For more information, visit Good Company.
Held on The Stray in the historic Montpellier Quarter of Harrogate town centre, this four-day festive market will be filled with high-quality Yorkshire and Harrogate products. They have various stalls, sometimes up to 200, selling everything from Yorkshire cheeses and chutneys to handmade gifts and Christmas decorations. Not forgetting Santa’s grotto and real reindeer!
Guaranteed to get you and your family in the Christmas spirit!
For more information, visit Harrogate Christmas Market .
Harrogate Fencing Club (HFC) is a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) run by a committee of enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers. The club boasts in excess of 100 members ranging in ability from junior and adult beginners to social fencers and International athletes competing on the European and World circuits.
Wheelchair fencing is very much an integral part of the club. Both junior and seniors, of all levels, are actively encouraged to take part in this programme. This form is fantastic for the improvement of blade work and hand speed.
For more information, visit Harrogate Fencing Club.
Harrogate Theatre has two performance spaces (one mid-scale and one studio), which allow for producing and presenting theatre, dance, music and comedy. The past 10 years have seen the organisation establish itself as a significant influence in the region, with a growing national profile. As well as producing an annual pantomime and a repertory company, the theatre supports artists to make their own work.
For more information, visit their website Harrogate Theatre.
Visit Harrogate Tourist Information centre for all information on Harrogate & District. They have information on accommodation, events, food and drink and shopping – everything you could need to know about the area!
For more information, check out Harrogate Tourist Information