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Wednesday 23rd April 2014
  • Volunteering opportunities in York, April 2014

    Willow House, York: looking for helpersLooking to donate some time and skills to good causes? Here are some of the latest volunteering opportunities in the city

    April 22nd, 2014 by YorkMix in Life

  • ‘There’s a lot of giggles on the way – and moments of stillness and sadness’

    Josie Cerise as the girl and Erika Poole as the woman in Monday's Child. Photograph: Brian SlaterHow do you write a play about dementia for four year olds? Chris Titley talks to the writer who has done just that

    April 22nd, 2014 by Chris Titley in PreviewsTheatre

  • Review: Joe Brown rocks the Grand Opera House

    Delighting the audience: Joe BrownRichard Foster joins the veteran rocker and his army of fans for a night of pure entertainment

    April 17th, 2014 by Richard Foster in MusicReviews

  • Food Review: Banyan, Little Stonegate, York

    Poached chicken with a quinoa saladCan healthy food also be appetising? Carrie Geddes finds out

    April 17th, 2014 by Carrie Geddes in Food & Drink

  • Six things to do in York this weekend, April 19 to 20, 2014

    rich-hall-york-mix-sixIt’s Bank Holiday weekend, and the streets are paved with chocolate – life, York, is good, says Alice Lavelle

    April 17th, 2014 by Alice Bennett in Mix Six

  • The art adventure continues as York Curiouser draws closer

    Anne Heinrich measuring the Red TowerLara Goodband and Hazel Colquhoun explore the challenges of making art in York’s most historical buildings

    April 17th, 2014 by Lara Goodband and Hazel Colquhoun in ArtPreviews

  • York Chocolate Festival recipe: Chocolate and Vegetable Chilli

    A versatile ingredientIt’s not just a sweet treat – try this York Cocoa House recipe for a very different take on this special ingredient

    April 16th, 2014 by YorkMix in Food & DrinkThings to do

  • York Chocolate Festival 2014: A tasty guide

    Chocs away…Chocs away! Alice Lavelle guides you to the best of the fest

    April 16th, 2014 by Alice Lavelle in Food & DrinkThings to do

  • Neil Sedaka interview: ‘My music makes people very happy’

    Spanning the pop music years… Neil SedakaPete Wise talks to a one man hit factory about music, going in and out of fashion and his love affair with Britain

    April 15th, 2014 by Pete Wise in MusicPreviews

  • York Music Latest: King No-One go live with new EP

    Ready to be crowned… King No-OneThe four piece indie band play an exclusive session for Radio York, and reveal who they’re soon to support

    April 15th, 2014 by Chris Titley in MusicReviews

  • Waterstones York: New shop to open with family fun day

    Crime master Jo Nesbo and jolly puppy Spot unite to welcome Waterstones to Coney StreetA host of VIPs, and a very excitable puppy, will be on hand to welcome Waterstones to its new home in York

    April 15th, 2014 by YorkMix in Shopping

  • Review: Heidi Talbot – a voice so sweet

    A divine voice… Heidi Talbot. Photographs: David MarkhamDavid Markham listens to the divine sound of the girl from County Kildare

    April 15th, 2014 by David Markham in MusicReviews

  • Win tickets to the Billie Holiday Story

    Nina Kristofferson as Billie HolidayAn amazing story and incredible music – Billie Holiday was a legend. Enter our competition to win free tickets to the show

    April 14th, 2014 by YorkMix in PreviewsTheatre

  • Gallery: 30 years of the Jorvik Viking Centre, York

    jorvik-york-30-prince-charles-mainAs the Jorvik Viking Centre celebrates its 30th birthday, we take a pictorial trip down memory lane…

    April 14th, 2014 by YorkMix in AttractionsPhotography

  • Guide to York Easter Services 2014

    York Minster: leading the way this EasterHere’s your one stop guide to many of the Easter Services happening in and around York, compiled by Alice Lavelle

    April 14th, 2014 by Alice Lavelle in Things to do

  • Heidi Talbot interview: ‘We wanted to make a record of modern day folk songs’

    Making modern day folk songs… Heidi TalbotWhen she sings, it’s ‘simply vocal heaven’ according to one critic. The folk musician talks to David Markham

    April 12th, 2014 by David Markham in MusicPreviews

  • Exclusive interview: Lendal Bridge speaks out

    Can be a bit arch: Lendal BridgeIn a landmark piece of journalism Miles Salter talks to the 151-year-old about the road ahead

    April 12th, 2014 by Miles Salter in Opinion

  • Jorvik Viking Centre turns 30, opens outdoor loo

    Still on the go… a Viking tries out the old loo in Coppergate. Photographs: Richard McDougallThe famous attraction celebrates its birthday by bringing its 1,000 year old latrine into the sunshine April 12th, 2014 by YorkMix in AttractionsFun

  • Pictured: Joey the donkey leads Palm Sunday procession to York Minster

    The Palm Sunday procession passes through Stonegate in YorkIt marks the start of one of the Minster’s busiest weeks of the year

    April 12th, 2014 by YorkMix in Life

  • Review: John Bramwell from I Am Kloot

    One of our finest songwriters… John Bramwell. Photographs: Duncan Lomax, Ravage ProductionsDuncan Lomax sees a musician who only requires a guitar, a pint and a box to captivate an audience

    April 12th, 2014 by Duncan Lomax in MusicReviews

  • The Friday quiz: How well do you know York?

    ‘My brain hurts.’ Photograph: beyond boundaries photography on flickrAre you a super swot or a breeze block bonce? Time to find out…

    April 11th, 2014 by Chantelle Partridge in Fun

  • Cycling superstar Mike takes on the Tour de France

    Ready to saddle up… Mike HughesYork cycling superstar Mike Hughes has taken on his toughest challenge – the Tour de France

    April 11th, 2014 by YorkMix in CharityPeople

  • Six things to do in York this weekend, April 12 to 13, 2014

    york-what's-on-greaseIt’s a very mixed Mix Six, says Alice Lavelle. From musicals to military vehicles, health and healing to history, it’s a wonderfully wacky weekend ahead

    April 11th, 2014 by Alice Lavelle in Mix SixThings to do

  • Comedy club decamps to the Duchess in search for bigger laughs

    On the move… the Hyena LoungeWhy is the Hyena Lounge on the move? Two reasons: more room and cheaper drinks, explains promoter Toby Jones

    April 10th, 2014 by Toby Jones in ComedyPreviews

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