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Looking for somewhere special to celebrate Easter with the family, or a great getaway to enjoy with your other half? You’ve come to the right place. York is gorgeous in spring, and there’s loads going on to keep you occupied throughout your trip. if easter family fun is your thing, then head to one of the fantastic easter egg hunts, trails or other eggs-iting activities (sorry) taking place at the top attractions in the city. if you’re more interested in the chocolate side of things, then you’re in luck – the York chocolate Festival takes place from

29th march – 1st april, and makes the city even more of a chocolate haven than usual! with the scrumptious York chocolate market, the chance to invent your own chocolate bar at the cocoa house and the birthday celebrations at York’s chocolate story, you’ll be spoilt for choice. of course, march isn’t just about chocolate. we’re incredibly excited to welcome the York dungeon back to our streets! The attraction will reopen this month, bigger and better than ever, after it was hit by flooding last year. There are new scripts, costumes and room layouts, so it’ll be like nothing you’ve seen before! alongside all that, it’s there’s a fantastic programme of events going on here in York to celebrate international women’s week and the York Literature Festival – there really is something for everyone this month! Whatever you decide to do, enjoy your stay. Until next month!

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EVERY DAY NEWGATE MARKET, 9am – 4pm (4.30pm Sat and Sun). 110 stalls including a wide variety of goods, fruit and vegetables, as well as a good selection of fresh fish and meat. Call 07887 754455. YORKWALK, from Museum Gardens Gates, daily at 10.30am and 2.15pm (weekends only during January). Entertaining historical walks. www.yorkwalk.co.uk

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CAPITAL OF THE NORTH, Yorkshire Museum, 9.30am5pm. Featuring some of the most prestigious medieval objects ever found in Britain, this exhibition tells how York once ruled the north. Visit www.yorkshire museum.org.uk RICHARD III MUSEUM, Monk Bar, 9am-5pm. An entertaining and informative look at the Richard III controversy! Children enter free when with an adult. Call 01904 634191.

TOY STORIES, York Castle Museum, 9.30am-5pm. A brand new exhibition, Toy Stories allow you to relive your childhood memories in a gallery crammed with nostalgia. Visitors will be able to take a trip back to their childhood and rediscover bikes, bath toys, computer games and beautiful hand-made dolls that are among the toys on show from the last 150 years. Visit www. yorkcastlemuseum.org.uk

EVERY MONDAY SELBY MARKET. The whole family will find something within the beautiful market town. The Selby Farmers Market is also held on the first Wednesday of every month. Call 07808 768186.

EVERY NIGHT GHOST TRAIL OF YORK, West Doors of York Minster. Dare you cross the centuries and discover York’s spine-chilling history? Visit www.ghosttrail.co.uk or call 01904 633276. FEBRUARY

UNTIL 3rd MARCH: SNOWDROP SPECTACULAR, Burton Agnes Hall, 11am-4pm. Wander through a wonderful blanket of snowdrops in the woodland walk and enjoy warming meals in the café as well as new stock in the gift shop. Call 01262 490324. 27th: JAMES GILCHRIST, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, York University, 7.30pm. James Gilchrist is an incomparable tenor, and this concert marks the performance given by Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten at one of the very first professional concerts given in the ‘new’ University of York. Call 322439.

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1st MARCH UNTIL 3rd NOVEMBER: BENINGBROUGH AT WAR, Beningbrough Hall. 70 years on from opening its doors as a billet to the Canadian Air Force, a major new exhibition remembers some of the tales and histories of the men and women who stayed at Beningbrough during the Second World War. Take a moment to remember the men who never came back from their perilous flights by the memorial tree in the American garden. This new project for Beningbrough will uncover histories, but also provide a new schools programme, family workshops, events and opportunities to get involved. Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ beningbrough

1st: WOMEN’S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER, Friends Meeting House, Castlegate, 2pm. A service led by Rev. J Nattress. Call 705479. 2nd – 3rd: ORCHID FESTIVAL, Burton Agnes Hall, 11am-4pm. A stunning collection of orchids centred around the Great Hall, along with sales and advice on growing your own orchids. Call 01262 490324.

2nd: LATE MUSIC, Saint Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, 7.30pm. Richard Casey will wow you on the piano while Nicholas Cox will be playing the clarinet. Visit www.latemusic.org or call 01904 430106 2nd: IT’S IN THE BAG GIFT FAIR, The Guildhall, St Helen’s Square. Expect an excellent range of gifts, crafts, ladieswear, childrenswear, original artwork, beauty products, jewellery, handbags, homeware and more – all under one roof and not available on the high street. Call 07889 899958. 2nd: TREASURERS HOUSE REOPENING. To mark the 60th anniversary of local man Harry Martindale seeing a ghostly Roman legion march through the cellar, the attraction will offer a free cellar tour to York residents who present the leaflet on 2nd-3rd March. See the advert on p5. Call 01904 624247. 3rd: EXCLUSIVE WEDDING FAIR, Castlegate House, opposite Fairfax House. York’s newest venue offering exclusive products and services in a beautiful Georgian building. Exclusive packages coming soon. Call 656622. 5th: WALK FROM MONK BRIDGE TO HAXBY, meeting at Monk Bridge, 10am. A walk of about 4.5 miles led by the River Foss Society. Call 764702.

6th: EBOR LECTURE, York Minster, 7pm. Lecture by Dr Giles Fraser, the Priest in charge of St Mary’s Newington and a columnist with The Guardian. Dr Fraser will be delivering a lecture entitled ‘The Trouble with Community’. Booking is required. Call 01904 876474. 7th: KNOCK KNOCK COMEDY, The Post Office Club, Marygate, 7.30pm. The comedy club welcomes The Brethren of Levity, as well as other great acts. Visit www.facebook.com/ KnockKnockComedyPresents 8th-9th: AN ETHICAL YORK, Newgate Market. An opportunity to buy some green, ethical produce, from the ever popular market in the heart of the city. Call 01904 551355. 9th + 30th MARCH: CHOCCY AND SWEETIE TOUR, Museum Gardens Gates, 10.30am (23rd Feb, 30th March), 2pm (23rd Feb, 9th Mar). Join YorkWalk on a delicious tour of the city to hear the history of Terry’s and Rowntree’s, visit chocolate and sweetie shops and taste free samples! Call 01904 622303.

6th + 20th: COMEDY OPEN MIC, The Gillygate, 8.30pm. York’s only open mic night dedicated to stand-up comedy returns to The Gillygate. Go along and see some quality new acts, or even give it a go yourself! Visit www.cscddc. blogspot.com

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9th – 10th: DIESEL ELECTRIC SHUNTER WEEKEND, National Railway Museum, 10am-6pm. A chance to get up close to the railway workhorses that carry out the hard jobs behind the scenes. Climb on board, take a ride in the cab and have a go at driving. Visit www.nrm.org.uk

9th-10th: BLACK MAGIC 80TH ANNIVERSARY, York’s Chocolate Story. Explore the elegance of Black Magic in Chocolatier-led demonstrations especially for the occasion. See – and taste – delicious chocolate truffles being hand-made as they would in days gone by. Visit www. yorkschocolatestory.com

Minster Choir’s powerful performance of Bach’s sacred oratorio, St John’s Passion on 23rd March and with a supporting programme from the region’s top musicians. Call 0844 9390011. 9th: THE SCOTTISH FIDDLE ORCHESTRA, York Barbican, 7.30pm. Scotland’s foremost traditional fiddle orchestra promises a lively evening of jigs, reels and strathspeys, interspersed with heart-rending slow airs and tone poems. Call 0844 8542757. 9th: YORKSHIRE TERRIER 10KM, Newburgh Priory. The Notorious Night Run Series is a collection of off-road running events that takes you into the night, beyond your comfort zone, and into notoriety! Join Rat Race Adventure Sport for a night dash through the famous priory. For this muckiest of romps, fancy dress is positively encouraged. Visit www. notoriousnightruns.com 9th: BACH’S ST MATTHEW PASSION, York Minster, 7.30pm. York Musical Chorus and Orchestra will perform, with David Pipe conducting as usual. Call 0844 9390015. 10th: Make something for mum, Beningbrough Hall, 1-3pm. Enjoy a family day out and join a special artrageous workshop to make something special for the mum in your life. Even better – treat her to a delicious Sunday lunch in the restaurant beforehand! Call 01904 472027.

9th – 24th: THE FESTIVAL OF THE PASSIONS, York Minster. Over two weeks, the dramatic story of the Passion of Christ will be told through a series of special musical concerts. Including the York

group head to Stoke Rochford Hall, a magnificent example of a Victorian mansion in a sumptuous Elizabethan style. Then on to Spalding to Ayscoughfee Hall, which is a late medieval gem housing a fine museum. Call 622303 11th-12th, 17th-18th: 197th SPRING EXHIBITION, The Guildhall, St Helen’s Square, 12noon-4.30pm. The latest exhibition of unique paintings by members of the York Art Society. Visit www.yorkartsociety.com 12TH +19TH MARCH; 2ND+9TH APRIL FREE INTRO TO GOLF FOR LADIES, Sandburn Hall, 6-7pm. Steve Robinson PGA will lead a free introductory session to the sport. Call 01904 469929. 13th: UNIVERSITY CHOIR AND YORKSHIRE BAROQUE SOLOISTS, York Minster, 7.30pm. University of York Choir perform Haydn’s The Creation – the supreme example of Haydn’s ability to restore faith and hope in mankind. Call 01904 322439. 14th: THE WAY OF THE DRUM, National Centre for Early Music, 7.30pm. Experience the thundering and exhilarating rhythms of Taiko in a dynamic and engaging show, and gain a unique insight into this powerful art form. Call 01904 658338.

10th: STOKE ROCHFORD HALL AND AYSCOUGHFEE HALL COACH TRIP. For Yorkwalk’s first visit of the year the

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easter Weekend FUn Friday 29 March to Monday 1 April 2013

Traditional Easter Fair | Themed Woodland Trail | ‘Meet’ Molly the Rabbit | Face Painting | ‘Lamb National’ Sheep Racing | Sheepdog Displays | Children’s Illustrated Trail Booklet | Adventure Playground All activities included in the admission price. Open daily from 10am. www.castlehoward.co.uk Telephone 01653 648333 Castle Howard, York YO60 7DA

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n The comprehensive guide to what’s on in York 16th: MUSIC AND READINGS FOR PASSIONTIDE AND EASTER, The Bar Convent, 7.30pm. The Stamford Bridge Singers present this concert on which will include music by wellknown composers such as Rutter and Elgar. Call 01904 643238. 15th: SMOKIE, York Barbican, 7.30pm. The internationally successful British pop group Smokie, with chart-topping hits like Living Next Door to Alice, Lay Back in the Arms of Someone and If You Think You Know How to Love Me, enjoy constant tours of the UK and Europe. Smokie are one of the most popular bands in the world today, so tickets are sure to go fast. Call 0844 8542757.

15th: PASCAL ROGÉ, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York, 8pm. BMS York present Pascal Rogé, one of the great interpreters of French piano music. Visit www. bms-york.org.uk 16th-17th: THE GREAT ANTIQUES FAIR, Wetherby Racecourse, 8am-5pm (9am-5pm Sun). This great fair is set in the fabulous Bramham Hall Exhibition Centre and Millennium Grandstand with numerous outside pitches. Visit www.jaguarfairs.com 16th-17th: YORKSHIRE CRAFT FAIRS, St Williams College. An arts, craft and gift fair set in the evocative surroundings of the medieval hall. Call 01274 835588.

16th: FUN QUIZ, York Railway Institute, 7.30pm. Teams of four with wine for the winners and a hot supper included. Tickets available from the Railway Institute, RSPCA Animal Home on Landing Lane and RSPCA shop, Gillygate. Call 01904 654949. 17th: Conservation in Action, Beningbrough Hall, 12 noon-4pm. Join the house conservation team for a day of tamping the rugs as they remove debris, built up over years, whilst caring for the fabric and checking its condition. Call 01904 472027. 17th: JEWISH HERITAGE TRAIL, from Museum Gardens Gates, 10.30am. A walk by Yorkwalk recalling the Jewish contribution to York’s history, visiting sites connected with medieval and modern Jews. Call 01904 622303. 17th: ANTIQUES AND COLLECTORS FAIR, Driffield Showground, 9am-4pm. A great mix of stalls, offering everything a treasure hunter would wish for. Call 01377 254768.

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19th – 24th: YORK LITERATURE FESTIVAL, Across York. The York Literature Festival is for everyone, with a range of diverse events for adults and children at venues all over the city. The programme includes author and speaker events, performances, workshops, poetry, theatre, cinema, reading groups, and any relevant literature-related artistic activity. Highlights this year include appearances by Carol Ann Duffy, Will Self and Tony Hawks live at City Screen on 20th March. Visit www.yorkliteraturefestival. co.uk

19th: MARTIN CARTHY & PETER ROBINSON, National Centre for Early Music, 7.30pm. York Literature Festival presents a rare chance to see two unique talents on stage together. Call 658338. 22nd – 23rd: THE GREAT YORKSHIRE MOTORHOME AND CARAVAN SHOW, Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate, 9.30am-4.30pm. Whether you’re looking at upgrading or trading in your current motorhome or caravan this show will provide a huge range of both new and pre-owned models. Visit www. greatyorkshiremotorhomeshow.co.uk

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n The comprehensive guide to what’s on in York 22nd: COMEDY NIGHT, York Racecourse, 7.30pm. The evening’s line-up includes Markus Birdman, Mickey Sharma and Sy Thomas. Join them for a great night out with curry and comedy. The bar stays open until 11pm so eat, drink and laugh at the fantastic acts. Call 638971.

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23rd – 24th: ROBOTS LIVE, National Railway Museum, 10am-6pm. Celebrate National Science and Engineering week with a weekend of action-packed science events. Enjoy amazing demonstrations from a ropeclimbing robot and another that can drive a buggy. Visit www.nrm.org.uk 23rd: THE ART OF WINTER, The Rogues Atelier, Fossgate, 12noon-5pm. People recovering from mental health illnesses have been brought together to learn skills such as drawing, painting and print making. Call 07541 070785. 23rd: MEDIEVAL SCIENCE, DIG, 1.30-4.30pm. A chance for visitors to DIG to speak to a medieval scholar, whose ideas on medicine, magic and the cosmos will enlighten and surprise you! A National Science and Engineering Week event. Visit www.digyork. com

Easter eggs being made by hand by skilled Chocolatiers. Visit www. yorkschocolatestory.com

24th: SPRING WEDDING FAIR, The Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, Fossgate, 11am-3pm. Join them at the stunning hall for a wedding fair and be inspired for your special day with a variety of wedding experts. Call 654818. 27th: HERITAGE OF CATHOLIC YORK, The Bar Convent, 7pm. A talk by John Rayne-Davis about his recently published book. Call 643238. 28th: Laurent PERRIER CHAMPAGNE TASTING EVENING, Best Western Plus Dean Court Hotel. Taking place in the gorgeous surroundings of D.C.H. – the restaurant, the evening will introduce diners to six champagnes as well as tapas food. Call 01904 625082. 29th March – 1st April: EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA, Beningbrough Hall, 11am – 5.30pm. Hunt the lost chicks and giant eggs on the trail for a chocolate prize. Join a special artrageous workshop, 1-3pm, to decorate an egg character. Competition judging and prizes at 3.30pm. Plus games, races and play kit to enjoy! Call 472027. 29th MARCH – 14th APRIL: EASTER ANTICS, York’s Chocolate Story. As the UK’s home of chocolate, York is the perfect place to visit this Easter. Take part in egg decorating classes and see giant

29th MARCH – 14th APRIL: RAILWAY DETECTIVES, National Railway Museum, 10am6pm. Get hands-on with activities and learn all about railway crime past and present on the warehouse tour. As well as all this detective fun, you’ll enjoy regular school holiday activities including explosive science shows, live theatre performances and rides behind a real steam engine. Visit www.nrm.org.uk 29th MARCH-14th APRIL: EASTER EGG-STRAVAGANZA, Piglets Farm Cart, The Farmer’s Park, 10am-5.30pm. The annual Easter Egg-stravaganza running throughout the Easter holidays! Take part in the Great Easter Egg Hunt, feed the newborn lambs, have a go at chicken flapping, egg decorating and all the other farm park activities. After all that Easter fun refuel with tasty food from Bunny’s BBQ. The Great Easter Egg Hunt is open every day. Call 499700. 29th MARCH – 1st APRIL: EASTER TRAIL, Burton Agnes Hall, 11am-5pm daily. Children can enjoy an Easter trail around the magnificent grounds of the hall, solving clues while exploring the extensive gardens. Every child will receive an Easter treat. On Easter Sunday and Monday, children can seek thousands of chocolate Easter eggs hidden in the hall’s woodland by the Easter Bunny, and even meet the bunny himself! Call 01262 490324.

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29th MARCH – 1st APRIL: YORK CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL, across the city. The York Chocolate Festival program is full of chocolate dinners, workshops, tastings, lectures, Easter egg hunts and demonstrations from the region’s premier chocolatiers. An indulgent schedule perfect for any chocolate lover. Email info@yorkchocolatefestival. co.uk See our guide!

29th MARCH - 1st APRIL: EASTER WEEKEND FUN, Castle Howard, 10am. Castle Howard’s popular Easter fair returns with vintage rides, sweet stall, face painters and Molly the Rabbit is back with an enchanting woodland Easter trail. New attractions include a ‘Lamb National’ – an entertaining and thrilling display of racing sheep, where you will see Woolly Jumper, Sheargar and Red Ram compete for glory. Visit www.castlehoward. co.uk

29th MARCH – 1st APRIL: EASTER WEEKEND FUN, Newby Hall, Ripon, 11am-5pm. As the stately home and gardens opens up once more since the

winter, visitors can enjoy Easter fun and games as well as a spring plant fair on Sunday and Monday. Visit www.newbyhallandgardens.com 29th: GRAND REOPENING, Yorkshire Museum of Farming, Murton Park. The museum reopens after the winter break and is back with an exciting new exhibition. ‘Feeding the Nation: A Celebration of the Women’s Land Army’ will display objects from, and reveal the story of, the driving force behind agriculture during World War Two. See genuine uniforms, farming equipment and the letters written by the women. www.murtonpark. co.uk 29th: THE NEW DUNGEON, York Dungeon. After being closed for several months due to flooding, the Dungeon is back – complete with a make-over, new costumes, sets and scripts. It will be less ‘ham’ and more Hamlet. York’s most infamous rogues, villains and rascals, like Guys Fawkes and Dick Turpin, will still be in evidence, but they too will have enjoyed a makeover to suit a new more dynamic and thrillfilled journey through York’s murky past. www.thedungeons.com/york

30th MARCH – 1st APRIL: YORK MODEL RAILWAY SHOW, York Racecourse, 10am-5pm. 120 stalls as well as demonstrations by modelling experts and lots of refreshments to enjoy. Call 01469 531954

30th-31st: RIPLEY ANTIQUE FAIR, Ripley Village Hall, 9am4pm. A quality fair with decorative antiques, pottery, porcelain, glass, paintings and much more. 01423 899163.

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30th: THE LORD MAYOR’S EASTER EGG HUNT, Starting from Jorvik, 10am-1pm. Collect your treasure sheet from the Viking Centre and set out on a on a city-wide quest for chocolate. Solve the puzzles to visit locations around York with a treat at each stop. Call 543400. 31st MARCH – 1st APRIL: EASTER COURTYARD CRAFT AND PRODUCE MARKETS, Castle Howard, 10am-4pm. Over 30 stalls selling a unique range of handmade crafts and local produce. Visit www.castlehoward.co.uk 31st MARCH-1st APRIL: EASTER EGG TRAIL, The Balloon Tree Farmshop, 9.30am4.30pm. Children can learn about the produce grown onsite as they take a walk around the farm, following the ‘wabbit’ and answering the clues. A new animal viewing area has been erected so you can see and feed the goats, chickens and the two micro pigs. Visit www.theballoontree.co.uk

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2nd: EASTER FAMILY FUN DAY, New Earswick Bowls Club, 10.30am, 1.30pm & 6.30pm. In conjunction with City of York Council the club will be providing free fun taster sessions to encourage families to take up a sport they can all play and enjoy together. Call 750230

4th: KNOCK KNOCK COMEDY, The Post Office Club, Marygate, 7.30pm. Sarah Pascoe headlines, supported by other hilarious acts. Visit www.facebook. com/KnockKnockComedyPresents

6th: LATE MUSIC, Saint Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, 7.30pm. Robert Rice, a baritone, will perform alongside William Vann the piano. Visit www.latemusic.org 13th: AUCTION OF PROMISES, St Edward the Confessor’s Community Hall, Tadcaster Road, 7.30pm. Raising funds for major refurbishments to the hall. Promises and goods will be auctioned and light refreshments will be available. Call 709111.

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20th: A NIGHT AT THE MOVIES MUSICAL TRIBUTE, York Racecourse, 7.30pm. The perfect night out for movie buffs and fans of some of the greatest musical movies of all time. Enjoy their musical tribute to the films Dirty Dancing, Mamma Mia, Saturday Night Fever and Grease, featuring professional singers and dancers. Your ticket includes a delicious three course carvery meal, with individual tables to suite to size of your party and a disco until 1am. Call 620911.

27th: CHARITY BALL, Royal York Hotel. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner, casino, drinks reception and live entertainment from Paula Rendall as Dame Shirley Bassey – all in aid of the worthwhile charity. Call 01904 780880.

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17th: EBOR LECTURE, York Minster, 7pm. A lecture by Professor Keith Ward of the University of Oxford. The title is ‘The Rise of New Atheism’. Booking is required. Call 876474.

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Theatre THE rOCKY HOrrOr sHOW (8th – 13th April)

THEATRE ROYAL THE WOMAN IN BLACK (25th February – 2nd march)

This play combines the intensity of live theatre with a cinematic quality inspired by the world of film noir, transporting the audience into a terrifying and ghostly world. To book: 623568.

OLIVEr (5th – 16th march)

The York Light opera company presents the classic tale that puts a musical ‘Twist’ on the dickens story. it will be a raucous riot of delightful singing and dancing that will leave you wanting more! To book: 623568.

THE 39 sTEPs (26th – 30th march)

we follow the incredible adventures of our handsome hero richard hannay, as he encounters dastardly murders, double-crossing secret agents, and, of course, devastatingly beautiful women. To book: 623568.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE THE WINTEr’s TALE (19th – 23rd march) The royal shakespeare company returns with one of the bard’s best loved plays. Leontes has everything a man could want: power, wealth, a loving family and friends. But inside he harbours a bitter jealousy that drives him to destroy all he holds dear. To book: 0844 8713024.

sAVE THE LAsT dANCE FOr ME (2nd-6th april)

rETUrN TO THE FOrBIddEN PLANET (21st – 23rd march)

PrIsCILLA QUEEN OF THE dEsErT – TOUr (13th-18th may)

TrIAL BY JUrY (6th april)

The show will take you back through the ‘music and magic’ of the early 60s, a time when each passing week brought another rock ‘n’ roll classic. To book: 0844 8713024.

priscilla is the heart-warming, uplifting adventure of three friends who hop aboard a battered old bus searching for love and friendship. To book: 0844 8713024.

FRIARGATE THEATRE HErE’s LOOKING AT YOU, KId (22nd march)

This two hour show features a collaboration between helen Burke, poet and playwright, richard ormrod, a multi-instrumentalist and peter spafford, a Leeds poet and musician. To book: 613000.

JOSEPH ROWNTREE THEATRE BLITHE sPIrIT (7th – 9th march)

The rowntree players present this tale of charles condomine, a successful novelist who arranges for an eccentric medium, madame arcati, to hold a séance at his house. To book: 07927 026071.

Join Flying ducks Youth Theatre as shakespeare’s Tempest meets 1950s science fiction film Forbidden planet – with a large dose of rock n roll thrown in! To book: 768963.

Jorvik gilbert & sullivan present the classic show, along with a selection of gilbert & sullivan favourites. a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. To book: 623568.

ME ANd MY GIrL (9th-13th april)

This lively rags-to-riches tale from York musical Theatre company follows cheeky and loveable cockney Bill snibson as he discovers he’s the heir to an earldom. To book: 623568.

YORK BARBICAN

To book call: 0844 854 2757.

rAPUNZEL (7th-8th april)

Join rapunzel and her prince in this wonderful, all new, professional production of the classic Brothers grimm fairy-tale.

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A Musical Masterpiece for all the family. ‘Glorious, Timeless – still as fresh as ever’

Box Office Tel: 01904 623568 or book online @ www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk

Oliver! 5 – 16 March 2013

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Produced for the Broadway stage by David Merrick and Donald Albery Based on Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens An amateur production by arrangement with MusicScope Ltd

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York International Women’s Week 2nd-10th March International Women’s Week marks a celebration of the economic, social, cultural and political achievements of women. The growing international women’s movement has helped make the week special for promoting women’s rights. For full listings visit www.yorkwomen.org.uk Highlights include: 2nd March: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S WEEK MARCH, St Helen’s Square, 2pm. Join York Feminist Network for a march around York city centre in celebration of women. Call 07752 249434. 4th-5th March: DEMENTIA AND ME, Quad South Hall, Lord Mayor’s Walk, 7pm (with an additional performance at The Bar Convent on 8th, 7pm). The Real People Theatre Company present a show about the new taboo subject – dementia. Call 488870. 4th-8th March: HEALTH, SPINE AND POSTURE CHECK, LiveWell Chiropractic, Gillygate, 9am-6pm. Free health checks for pregnant women, mums and children, as well as a series of talks on health on 5th March from 6pm. Call 620620.

5th-6th & 8th-9th March: TUINA & CHINESE REFLEXOLOGY, Touch Tuina Treatment Centre, 11 St Saviour’s Place, 10am-6pm (until 8pm on 8th). Treat yourself to a pamper session of a herbal foot soak with a neck and shoulder massage, followed by foot reflexology! Call 07535 646400. 8th-9th March: YORK FESTIVAL OF FAIRTRADE – FAIR TRADE MARKET, Parliament Street, 10am-5pm. Find out about Fairtrade projects working with women’s co-operatives in the developing world and how you can support Fairtrade. Visit www.fairtradeyork. com or call 07923 915724. 9th March: GARDENING DELIGHT, Brunswick Organic Nursery, 10am – 1pm. Learn to

garden without straining joints and muscles, find ways to maintain energy, relax and rejuvenate. Booking essential – call 414793. 9th March: GROW YOUR OWN IN A SMALL SPACE, York Environment Centre, St Nicholas Fields, 10am-12noon. Jane Thurlow of York Organic Gardeners’ Association explains how to get the most out of your small garden or yard when growing your own fruit and vegetables. Booking essential – call 412861. 9th March: GET RECREATIVE! York Environment Centre, St Nicholas Fields, 1 – 3 pm. Learn to turn a broken umbrella into a funky shopping bag and other ‘rubbish’ into useful items. Booking essential – call 411821.

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York Chocolate Festival 29Th march - 1sT apriL factory. visit www.nationaltrust.org. uk/goddards CHOCOLATE MAKING, York cocoa house, 10am-4pm. watch the chocolatier at work in the house. visit www.yorkcocoahouse. co.uk The York Chocolate Festival programme is full of chocolate dinners, workshops, tastings, lectures, Easter egg hunts and demonstrations from the region’s premier Chocolatiers. Find out more at www. yorkchocolatefestival.co.uk Highlights include: EVErY dAY: CHOCOLATE WALKING TRAIL, across the city. discover how rivers, railways and Quakers brought chocolate to York. download the trail from www. visityork.org/chocolate MANSION HOUSE. during the festival the mansion house will give daily tours, including a viewing of the kitchen where you can see a victorian cook prepare the banquet table. call 552036. GODDARDS, off Tadcaster road. visit the former home of noel goddard Terry of the famous York chocolate-making firm, Terry’s of York, and get a glimpse into the family home and working chocolate

EVErY sATUrdAY ANd TUEsdAY: INVENT YOUR OWN CHOCOLATE BAR, York cocoa house (10am & 4.30pm sat; 4pm Tues). visit www. yorkcocoahouse.co.uk EVErY sUNdAY ANd WEdNEsdAY: CREATE YOUR OWN CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES, York cocoa house (1.30pm sun; 4pm weds). visit www.yorkcocoahouse.co.uk 28TH-30TH MArCH YORK CHOCOLATE MARKET, st sampson’s square and parliament street, 9.30am-5.30pm. stock up on hand-made chocolate treats, many of which are made in York. including interesting products such as chocolate chilli jam, vodka and savoury chocolate food. 28TH & 30TH MArCH CREATE YOUR OWN EASTER EGG, st sampson’s square (2pm on 28th; 11.30am on 30th). The York cocoa house team help you to make and mould filled chocolate easter eggs.

29TH MArCH – 14TH APrIL: EASTER ANTICS, York’s chocolate story, king’s square. Take part in egg decorating classes and see giant easter eggs being made by hand by skilled chocolatiers. visit www. yorkschocolatestory.com or call 0845 498 9411. 30TH MArCH, 1sT APrIL + 4TH APrIL: GUIDED CHOCOLATE WALK, museum gardens gates, 10.30am and 2pm. 30TH MArCH: LORD MAYOR’S EASTER EGG HUNT, from Jorvik viking centre, 10am1pm. set out on a city-wide quest with a treat at each stop! 31sT MArCH: FIRST BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS, York’s chocolate story, king’s square. expect party bags, giant cakes and special ticket offers. visit www.yorkschocolatestory.com or call 0845 498 9411. 2Nd APrIL: ROUND THE WORLD IN CHOCOLATE, York’s chocolate story, king’s square, 7pm. This will give you an insight into how the taste of chocolate can change. visit www. yorkschocolatestory.com or call 0845 498 9411. Visit www.yorkchocolatefestival. co.uk

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