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April

Spring flowers in bloom, goslings and ducklings paddling, often the first warm days of the year…

Running throughout the month and until the 3rd of September, the National Railway Museum’s Mystery on the Rails season explores the special place of railways in detective fiction and well as exploring real-life crimes with exhibitions, workshops and talks.

The Castle Museum unveils its new exhibition, York’s Sweet Past on the 1st April and running to 5th January 2018).

Castle Howard, a beautiful 18th century stately home, set in beautiful grounds to the north of York, reopens on the 1st April for the season .

York Theatre Royal has a collection of classic one-act comedy farces by Anton Checkhov on the 4th and 5th.

Fashion City York presents Six Days of Style from the 4th to the 9th of April. Fashion shows and shopping events at various venues around the city for example, afternoon tea and fashion at Bettys or an evening celebrating a century of style at British Vogue with life drawing, fashion, drinking and burlesque; Dr Sketchy’s Present: Strike a Pose! .

On the 4th the Bootleg Beatles play York Barbican Events Centre.

From the 7th to the 15th the musical Rock of Ages comes to the Grand Opera House.

York Art Gallery launches the first exhibition of York-born artist Albert Joseph Moore’s work since his death in 1893 on the 7th April (running until 1st October). Albert Moore was one of the leading artists of the Aesthetic movement and this exhibition will show examples of his early, Pre-Raphaelite-influenced work as well as the classical figures that he focused on when his style had matured .

The relaunch of the bigger and better Jorvik Viking Centre on the 8th April - find out all about York’s Norse heritage at this fabulous attraction, built on the site of an incredibly preserved Viking settlement. 

On the 8th Alexander O’Neal plays York Barbican Events Centre.

York Theatre Royal has Northern Broadsides’ production of Cyrano and a production of September in The Rain by John Godber on from the 11th to the 15th.

There is lots going on over the Easter Weekend 14th-17th April in York.

Easter events include York Chocolate Festival which runs in various venues through the centre of York with tours, demonstrations, interactive events and live music and Castle Howard Easter Farm where you can pet animals including a miniature pony, micro pig, rabbits, guinea pigs and alpacas, pit your wits against a giant strawbale maze or explore the gardens following the Easter trail.

There are also Easter services at St Denys Church and the Minster on Easter Sunday.

York Open Studios is a fun event where artist through the city exhibit in various venues or open their own studios. The event runs over two weekends, the 21st- 23rd and 29th to 30th and The Parisi Hotel will be hosting an exhibition of collages by Jerry Scott on the first weekend as part of this event.

On the 21st Chris De Burgh plays York Barbican Events Centre.

Also on the weekend of the 22nd to the 23rd is the Festival of Vintage at York Racecourse celebrating the 1930s to the 1960s with stalls for vintage fashion and home-ware as wells as vintage music and dancing.

York Theatre Royal presents a new stage adaptation of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall from the 26th April to the 6th May.

The 28th sees the Barbican Events Centre host the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club, which hosts some of the best emerging new stand up comics. In the past they have booked the likes of Jason Manford, John Bishop and Sarah Millican before they hit the big time!

Saturday the 29th sees the Magic of Motown come to the Grand Opera House.

 
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