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Tuesday 03 - Friday 06 December 2019

A Right Royal Christmas

Join Musical Director Madeleine Hudson and York Theatre Royal Choir for a celebration of all things Christmas past and present, evoking the past 275 years of the theatre’s history.

Traditional seasonal music, Stephen Sondheim and more – plus well loved and lesser known readings from special guests, this evening has something for everyone!

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Tuesday 17 - Saturday 21 December 2019

A Christmas Carol

In 1858, Charles Dickens came to York and gave a public reading of A Christmas Carol to rapturous applause.

Following a sell-out run last year, European Arts Company returns with their recreation of Dickens’s stunning performance of his best-loved ghost story.

Come and meet the author himself in the beautiful Georgian setting of the De Grey Rooms, and enjoy the spirit of Christmas past, present and future.

Standard price: £19 (includes glass of mulled wine or prosecco on arrival)

Special price: £23 (includes drink on arrival, plus mulled wine & mince pie at interval)

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Monday 23 December

The Incred!ball

Inviting all 18-24 year olds to kickstart Christmas with a BANG by coming to THE INCREDiBALL.

Reunite with old school friends, university/college pals, colleagues, or meet new faces.

£60 a ticket for festive frivolity with reception drinks, dinner, club DJ, magic mirror and gift bags.

All proceeds to Yorkshire Cancer Research, Yorkshire’s independent cancer charity.

*Admission only with ticket and ID* Tickets strictly limited – buy now for an INCREDiBALL night to remember…

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Saturday 25 January

Burns Night Ceilidh

The Great Northern Ceilidh Band will once again return to host the celebrations of the life of Scottish poet Robert Burns, performing a range of lively dances. No previous ceilidh experience is necessary.

A dram of whiskey on arrival and a professional dance caller will set the mood in the De Grey Rooms, whose neo-classical ballroom is equipped with a sprung dance floor, used in its heyday by the Yorkshire Hussars and now restored by York Conservation Trust.

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