A new concept in Skipton, out last two nights have been an absolute sell out! Coming Soon another great night of theatre, great food and of course Prosecco! Watch this space for details of our next night.
A great new concept - live music and a delicious buffet. We are planning a regular series of events supporting fantastic local artists!
Another great series of events at Hettie's - its a chance to listen to an interesting guest talking about their life, their career in an up close and personal almost chat show style. With stand up buffet and Prosecco, we are sure you will enjoy these new evenings at Hettie's.
Hettie's great place to have a party - why Not hold your next charity event or private party here? Ask to speak to David for more information.
Cafe Culture is an amazing collaboration between Skipton Building Society Camerata and Hettie's Cafe Bistro in Skipton. Please check back for the next event. We've had some truly remarkable evenings in 2017. World class performers up close and personal right here at Hettie's.
The events present some of the greatest chamber music in an informal and innovative fashion. Programmes features music of love, loss, war, revolution and joy, music written by great musicians in response to humanity’s greatest inspirations.
Evenings generally starts at 7.30 when guest arrive at Hetties Bistro for a Prosecco reception and a talk about that evening’s music illustrated by musical examples performed by that evening’s musicians.
At 8.15pm guests are invited to enjoy dinner provided by the Bistro before the recital begins at 8.45pm and the evenings will conclude between 9.30 and 10pm.
The events are kindly sponsored by The Skipton Business Improvement District and Skipton Building Society.
Find out more about forthcoming events at skiptoncamerata.com
Introducing a first for Hettie's this New Year!
It's an amusing evening in the company of AA Milne, Joyce Grenfell and TS Eliot with a musical interlude by Noel Coward. The entire evening is performed by John Anderson
John Anderson is a local actor and classically trained singer who was born in Kent but has spent the last 30 years living in the Yorkshire Dales. His work as a performer straddles many different styles. He has enjoyed acting in heavy weight drama such as “Waiting for Godot” and “I am a Camera” but also loves performing in music hall and pantomime, and he was a founder member of the Penny Plain Theatre Company who specialise in street theatre. In 2014 he put on a one man show at the Grassington Festival which included poetry and short stories. The wonderful audience reaction to this show proved that there is a real appetite to listen to great poetry. John now leads poetry sessions for people suffering from dementia which have been a big hit, but he is also developing cabaret style literary shows combining famous poetry and stories with great songs. Next on his to-do list is a drag act with the working title “Madam Kofti’s Little Cultural Cabaret”. So watch this space!!
Tickets are on sale now and available from Hettie's - just ask a member of staff. It's on Friday 19th January at 7pm.
Tickets are £15 each and include a glass of Prosecco and buffet.