Castle Howard grounds, Wednesday 26 – Sunday 30 June 7.30pm. Thursday and Sunday, 2.30pm matinee.
Emily Bronte’s compelling love story in an adaptation jointly produced by the Oxford Shakespeare Company and Lamplighter Drama. This superlative tale of love and revenge – the tempestuous relationship of Heathcliff and Cathy from children to thwarted adults – is a timeless icon that continues to captivate audiences young and old to this day. This is a live outdoor theatre production.
The OSC are famous for their open air and site-specific productions in exceptional historic venues including Hampton Court and Kensington Palaces, and the Tower of London.
Sunday 23rd June, 2019 12 noon, The Queens Head, Amotherby
We are two GCSE students at Malton School (previously Slingsby and
Amotherby Schools) and we are raising money for our month-long Camps
International expedition to Ecuador. Part of our fundraising goes to the
charity supporting long-standing projects and part pays for our travel,
accommodation, food and other activities. While we are there we will be rolling
up our sleeves and taking part in community and environmental project work. We
will also be learning a new skill – scuba diving.
Please come along and enjoy a great Cantonese buffet followed by
delicious homemade desserts.
There will be time to polish off the buffet and
then come back to enjoy Slingsby open gardens!
Tickets: Adult £10, Child under 12 £5; Children 3 and under free.
The Father’s Day Classic Car & Motor Show offers a spectacular day of motoring heritage ideal for enthusiasts, day trippers and families.
The event will feature an exciting display of vintage, classic and modern classic vehicles displayed on the basis of age (pre-60s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90 – 04) and type (sports and convertibles, kit, custom and replica, American and electric vehicles).