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What’s on in Harrogate this Christmas?

There are several theatre and pantomime shows on this Christmas in Harrogate for all the family to enjoy, including comedies, live music, dramas and shows for the children. So there really is something for everyone.

A couple of the shows are listed below:  –

–          Jack and the Beanstalk – a show for all of the family and is one of the all time favourite pantomime shows with families. There is fantastic scenery, jokes and just the mystical feel within the show. This really is a must see. Runs until 13 January 2013.

–          Macbeththis show is performed by Harrogate Dramatic Society and is the all time classic Shakespeare play that is worldwide famous and never fails to impress the audience. The cast includes the classic three witches, King Duncan and of course Macbeth. The show is running until the 30th of December.

–          The Viennese Christmas Strauss Galathis is for all the classical music lovers; the orchestra plays the classic Viennese and Strauss Christmas delights, so be sure not miss out on this one!

If that doesn’t take your fancy, why not try the Harrogate Christmas Market, which is on up until the 24th December and have a range of food, drinks, entertainment available etc in the heart of Harrogate.

As you can see there is a range of different shows on over the Christmas period in Harrogate as well as a fantastic Christmas market from which you can enjoy the lights and also taste the fine food and drink which is on offer to get you in the Christmas spirit.

So come along to Harrogate and why not make a weekend of it and stay in a one of the finest hotels in Harrogate; The Grafton Hotel where we pride ourselves in providing  a personal service in a uniquely styled setting.

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