Rural Arts

Rural Arts is a charity that delivers inspiring and inclusive creative opportunities that enrich lives and connect communities.

Whilst in-person activities are unable to take place, a number of on-line activities are available;

Winter Watchlist

A digital collaboration between Helmsley Arts Centre and Rural Arts. Watch from the warmth and comfort of your home, everything you watch is streamed live at www.ruralarts.org/winter-watchlist

North Yorkshire Together

Rural Arts are providing a vibrant, diverse colleciton of resources both on and offline, to make the arts and keeping active more accessible during the pandemic: northyorkshiretogether.co.uk

ON Tour

On Tour is the rural touring programme for performances in community venues across North Yorkshire and the Tees Valley, so when they’re back up and running in-person performances, there will hopefully be some in Redcar and Cleveland too. www.ruralarts.org/on-tour

Opening hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 10am-4pm

Rural Arts
The Old Courthouse
Westgate, Thirsk

Telephone: 01845 526 536
Website: www.ruralarts.org

Enjoy Events



Midsummer Women’s Retreat

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Regular Raceday

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Ladies' Day at Redcar Races

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Privacy Policy

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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.

If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.