They say all political careers end in tears. Gyles Brandreth - actor, writer, One Show reporter, broadcaster, former MP and government whip has lived a very varied life and met many interesting people. Gyles will be at the Forum on Sunday 29th July at 2.30pm to tell all about the stars he's known and what made him laugh (and occasionally, cry) along the way. Radio 4's Just a Minute regular will speak without hesitation or repetition (maybe just a touch of deviation!) enthusing wisdom, high drama, low comedy, and hilarious name-dropping.
‘Incredibly funny, wildly indiscreet.’ Daily Mail
'Very funny.' Sunday Times�
'A dead-pan comic to rival Jack Dee.' Daily Telegraph
'Brilliant. A serious talent for making people laugh.' Daily Mirror ... See moreSee less
Direct from the West End's Apollo Theatre, Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a brilliant new show based on a true story as told in the BBC3 documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16. Live (encore) performance here at the Forum on Sunday 15th July at 7.30pm. Tickets are £12 and on sale now! ... See moreSee less
Inspired by a true story, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the new award-winning five-star hit musical for today. Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn't quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. He is going to be a sensation.
This weekend at the Forum we have anarchist DIY chef and culinary genius George Egg live on stage on FRIDAY at 8pm and on SUNDAY at 8pm, broadcasting legend Stuart Maconie joins us live to tell how he retraced the Jarrow Crusade march and what he discovered along the way. ... See moreSee less
Vertigo on the roof of Buckingham Palace... Nearly blowing the closing ceremony of the Olympics... Watching his underpants fall to earth on Bowie’s driveway...listen to these and other fascinating stories from the life of Madness front man Suggs here at The Forum on 20th October. Tickets on sale now! ... See moreSee less
Stuck in a hotel room and wondering how to make a decent meal with limited facilities? Fear not! George Egg is on hand to show you how to survive and create an edible meal without calling for room service .... Don't miss him here at The Forum on Friday 22nd June at 8pm. Tickets available from the box office on 01609 776230 or book online. ... See moreSee less
And it's a goaal!! Yes, back of the net! Cup Final day - will Joey score and his team be triumphant on the most important day of his life? Join Joey and his mum at The Forum TOMORROW AFTERNOON with performances at 1.30pm or 4.30pm for a delightful one hour play suitable for age 3+. Adults £7, children £5. Pay on the door or book tickets online. ... See moreSee less
In conjunction with the Northallerton annual Food Festival, genius George Egg - anarchist comedy chef is here at The Forum on Friday 22nd June. If you haven't got your tickets already, then give us a call on 01609 776230 or book online. ... See moreSee less
The super-talented, super-charged CRASH BANG WALLOP theatre group are back at the Forum with their summer production: Hairspray. Performances here from Wednesday 11th - Saturday 14th July. Beware! Tickets for all performances are selling fast, so don't miss out. Give the box office a call on 01609 776230 or book online. ... See moreSee less
This weekend at the Forum: FRIDAY 2.30pm and 7.30pm ~ cinema with Sheila Hancock starring in Edie, a film about a recently widowed woman in her 80s who undertakes a climbing trip of a liftetime in the Highlands. SATURDAY 7.00pm ~ 36 times Northern Champions Reg Vardy Brass Band live in concert at 7.30pm. SUNDAY McKellen: Playing The Part 7.00pm ~ documentary film based on 14 hours of interviews with Sir Ian McKellen talking about his life and the various roles he's played. ... See moreSee less
Humour and culinary skills like no other ... DIY chef George Egg is at the Forum on Friday 22nd June blending comedy and cookery chaos to create magnificent culinary masterpieces. You'll be amazed at how genius George manages to make amazingly edible food by re-purposing everyday household tools.
If you're lucky, you could also come away with one of George's recipe cards so you can recreate the magic in the comfort of your own home ... or garden shed!
Standard tickets are £14 and concessions are £12. Tickets available from the box office on 01609 776230 or book online.
Friday 20th July sees our first 'Friday night at the Forum' event with comedian Howard Read and his 'Big Howard, Little Howard' show. It's one not to be missed for a night of entertainment and laughs. Tickets are just £8 and are available online or via our box office. www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgD7SSQoX5o... See moreSee less
Stuart Maconie talking about the impact his retracing of the Jarrow Crusade had on him ... find out more when Stuart comes to the Forum on Sunday 24th June at 8pm. Tickets on sale now - give the box office a call on 776230. ... See moreSee less
McKellen: Playing The Part. Sir Ian McKellen with Derek Jacobi and Graham Norton in a fascinating documentary about his life constructed from 14 hours of interviews, find out more about the life behind one of Britain's best loved actors. At The Forum on Sunday 17th June at 7pm. ... See moreSee less
Our "Army" of trusty volunteers will be out and about at Northallerton's Home Front 1940s day in the High Street from 11-5 today, with information about what's on at the Forum, including tonight's show! Why not round off the day by coming to see Dad's Army: Radio Hour live on stage here at 8 pm? Tickets £12, available on the door. ... See moreSee less
It's 1940's Home Front Sunday this weekend and we have Dad's Army Radio Hour live on stage at 8pm. Simply like and share this post to be in with a chance of winning 2 free tickets to see this fabulously funny show. Winners will be notified by 6pm tomorrow evening. #homefrontsunday #1940s #dadsarmy #live #freetickets ... See moreSee less