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Cinema tickets are £6, or £5 for U14 / 60+ (unless otherwise stated). There is a Loyalty Card scheme where you can earn free tickets. Ticket prices for other events vary and may be subject to a small booking fee. Films and Shows start at the times shown and the cafe / bar opens 45 minutes prior. Exhibitions are free entry, Monday to Friday from 10.00am to 5.00pm, unless the room is occupied. Please CONTACT US for more information or to make a booking.

Do you have some spare time? Are you interested in meeting new people? We have lots of Volunteer vacancies. Do you live in Hunton or Aysgarth? Are you a Handyman/woman? Are you interested in doing some website updates? Would you like to help in the cafe? See SUPPORT US for more details

  *** NOVEMBER ***

 Wieslaw Kisielowski Image

Until Dec 2


Wieslaw Kisielowski   

See above for opening days & times. Free Entry

A selection of work demonstrating the Wensley artist’s range of techniques, including oils, acrylic & impasto.

buttons image

Nov 16, Friday 10am to 4pm


All buttoned Up   

£25 (includes delicious light lunch)

Enjoy a day creating delightful Dorset and Yorkshire buttons with Jan Bell. They can be used to decorate clothes, hats, cards and other accessories. There will be a small charge for materials.

swimming with men

Nov 16, Friday 5pm & 7:30pm


Swimming with Men   (12A)

Rob Brydon, Charlotte Riley, Rupert Graves, Jim Carter  1hr 36m
Eric, suffering a mid-life crisis, finds new meaning in his life as part of an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team.

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The Tenmours

Nov 17, Saturday


The Tenmours   

Adam Hopkins, Olivia Duffin and Alex Johnston-Seymour bring you an interestingly diverse and often surprising evening of music. Energy, charisma, new talent and something refreshingly different.

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Nov 18, Sunday


The Aftermath - Winning the Peace   

An evening of music and readings reflecting on war and its aftermath. With musicians from Richmondshire and beyond, and readers of all ages from Leyburn and the surrounding area.

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Nov 22, Tuesday 1pm to 4pm


Make a Christmas Wreath   

£15 (includes all materials, tea/coffee & biscuits)

Come to and learn how to make a Christmas Wreath using nature's bounty and a bit of twine. Leave the workshop having made lots of friends and with your own custom-made Christmas wreath for your front door or hallway.

leave no trace

Nov 23 (previously advertised as Nov 9), Friday 5pm & 7:30pm


Leave No Trace   (PG)

Thomasin McKenzie, Ben Foster, Jeffery Rifflard  1hr 49m
A father and his thirteen year-old daughter are living an ideal existence in a vast urban park in Portland Oregon, when a small mistake derails their lives forever.

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theatre masks

Nov 24, Saturday 7:30pm


Palace of Varieties   

£8 (includes light supper)

Home grown talent brings you song, music, comedy, dance, and dramatic recitation. Be delightedly diverted by these disciplined devotees of delirium who will send you into an hallucinogenic hysteria of hyperbolic hoopla! LA&CC fundraiser.

mamma mia 2

Nov 30, Friday 5pm & 7:30pm


Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again   (PG)

Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Lily James, Cher and other stars  1hr 54m
Returning to the magical Greek Island, Sophie is busy putting the finishing touches to the grand reopening party for the newly renovated hotel that her mother once owned. How can you resist it?!

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  *** DECEMBER ***

Christmas Music Notes

Dec 8, Saturday


A Classic Christmas with Colin Bailey & Friends   

The perfect musical start to Christmas! Enjoy an evening of festive favourites in the company of vocalists Amy Fudali and Colin Bailey, with ‘Tales from the Tree’ from Mark Cronfield as Saint Nicholas!

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theatre masks

Dec 13, 14 & 15, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7:30pm


Leyburn Amateur Dramatic Society   


Two hilarious one-act plays: EVENTIDE and ZOO. Their final productions of the 2018 season.

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  *** 2019 ***

  *** JANUARY ***

Nutty Noah

Jan 31, Thursday


Nutty Noah   

Part of our Children’s Theatre series, sponsored by Tarmac UK. Explosive blend of magic, crazy original songs & all sorts of silly stuff. UK Family Entertainer of the Year, 2018.

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  *** FEBRUARY ***

Kate Wakeling

Feb 12, Tuesday


Writers' Bloc, with Kate Wakeling   

Continuing our series of fascinating evenings for writers and readers. Come and hear acclaimed Yorkshire poet Kate Wakeling reading a selection of her poems, and bring along your own writing to share with her and the audience.

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Feb 16, Saturday



After last February’s sell-out concert, and two sell-outs at the Swaledale Festival they’re back again, with their unique blend of traditional Northern English folk, unusual arrangements featuring tunes and styles from different islands and centuries.

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  *** MARCH ***

history wardrobe

March 2, Saturday


History Wardrobe present 'All Writers Great & Small'   

Historian Lucy Adlington links costumes and stories in this lively literary show featuring many distinguished writers, poets and dramatists.

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March 30, Saturday (at Masham Town Hall)


An evening with Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham   

Having toured together since 1986 to packed concert halls all over the world, Aly and Phil continue to charm audiences with their stunning music and on-stage charisma. Humorous banter sits alongside tunes that tug the heartstrings, and joyous jigs and reels that have feet tapping along.

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