The Belgrave has it all – as well as being the city's best live-music venue, its three floors encompass a huge bar bristling with craft beer taps, two kitchens serving the best street food in town, loads of shared t…
An appealing modern building in a converted printing works, screening both mainstream and art-house films. There's also a nice cafe-bar on the terrace overlooking the river.
Despite the name, there are no operas staged here; instead, there's a wide range of entertainment from live bands and popular musicals to stand-up comics and pantomime.
Well-regarded productions of theatre, opera and dance are staged here.
Founded in 1865, City Varieties is the world's longest-running music hall, where the likes of Harry Houdini, Charlie Chaplin and Lily Langtry once trod the boards. Reopened after a major revamp in 2011, the program …
The Playhouse has a reputation for excellent live drama, from the classics to cutting-edge new writing. It's on the eastern edge of the city centre.
The former stomping ground of acclaimed playwright John Godber, who made his name with the gritty 1980s comedies Bouncers and Up 'n' Under (he is one of the most-performed playwrights in the English-speaking world),…
A good range of drama is staged here, including the premieres of plays by the renowned chronicler of middle-class English mores, Alan Ayckbourn.
A historic Victorian theatre that dates from 1900, staging variety, comedy, musicals and dancing.
A gorgeous Edwardian theatre that is now part of the conference and events venue Harrogate International Centre. The musical program covers orchestral and choral performances, piano recitals, jazz and more.