ACTOR CALL: North County Theatre in Richmond is looking for young adults to take part in large-scale community play Blame it on Bartle! which will be staged this summer.
Artistic director Nobby Dimon is looking for men and women in their 20s to make up numbers in that age range.
For more information call North Country Theatre on 01748-825288 or visit www.northcountrytheatre.com
FAMILY CEILIDH: Richmondshire Landscape Trust is organising a family ceilidh on Saturday, January 26 to mark the tenth anniversary of the charity that aims to save valuable pieces of land.
The event at Richmond Cricket Club, will feature band Blind Panic, and there will be a light supper served and a bar and raffle will be available, starting at 7.30pm.
Tickets, costing £8 adults, £4 children or £20 for a family of four are available in advance from the Castle Hill Bookshop.
Tickets can also be purchased on the door for £9 or £23 for a family ticket.
HAPPY DAYS: Carole Bury and Nikky (correct) Corker will unveil art exhibition Happy Days in the Mezzanine Gallery, the Station, Richmond, from Saturday, February 23 until Thursday, March 7.
It is open seven days and entry is free.
Carole Bury will be at the Station on Saturday, February 23 from 11am to 4pm and Sunday, February 24 from 1pm to 4pm.
Nikky Corker will be at the Station on Saturday, February 23 from 11am to 4pm and Saturday, March 2 from11am to 4pm.
PANTO FUN: The Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond has announced that it will be staging Cinderella as its 2013 pantomime.
Cinderella will run from Saturday, December 7 to Sunday, January 5 2014 with tickets going on sale at the box office Friday, February 1. The production will fuse traditional elements of pantomime with contemporary music.
To book call 01748-825252.