23 FEBRUARY–17 MARCH
SOCIETY OF WOOD ENGRAVERS ANNUAL EXHIBITION
Zillah Bell Gallery, Thirsk
More than 150 prints from the acclaimed Society of Wood Engravers will be displayed at the 80th edition of the group’s work. Wood engravings, woodcuts and linocuts will all be shown at this highly-thought of exhibition.
Courtyard Theatre, Leeds
0113 213 7700
British actress Sharon Small takes on the role of Alice in this stage adaptation of the award-winning novel by Lisa Genova. Still Alice explores the effects on one woman suffering from early-onset Alzheimer’s and this promises to be an uncompromising yet tender rendition.
UNTIL 3 MARCH
York Theatre Royal
Don’t miss this new take on Graham Greene’s gripping noir thriller, adapted for the stage by Bryony Lavery. In short, two 17-year-olds, Pinkie and Rose, find themselves caught up in a vicious gang war in Brighton, and while the police are impassive, the courageous Ida Arnold takes it upon herself to reveal the truth.
UNTIL 10 MARCH WAR HORSE
The Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
The modern classic that combines puppetry and live action returns to The Alhambra Theatre for an acclaimed run of shows that promises to leave you with tears in your eyes.
UNTIL 1 APRIL
FROM FOREST TO COAST
The Bruce Arms, West Tanfield
York-based artist and former English teacher Lesley Birch’s works capture the Yorkshire countryside in paint – usually oils – and will be displayed at The Bruce Arms in West Tanfield