Mark Watson: "The Infinite Show"
Saturday 28 July at 7.30pm
After being cluster-bombed with yoghurt on 'Taskmaster' and fending off death on ‘Bear Gryll’s Celebrity Island’, Mark Watson returns to what he’s best at: being indoors
Ninety-nine percent of the world's population is made up of other people – why can't we understand one another? One of the Edinburgh Fringe's most beloved and thinnest acts offers some suggestions, with this being the last preview before his run at the 2018's Festival. 'Hugely entertaining, craftsmanlike, remarkable' (Telegraph). Age guidance: 14+
Tickets £10, available from Masham Community Office on 01765-680200 or online here.
The "Dales Inspiration" art exhibition returns from Sat 14 - Mon 23 July, 10am-4pm, with the Main Hall filled with new work from 18 Yorkshire artists inspired by our wonderful Dales life and scenery.
Why not join us for a glass of wine and a private view at the opening night?! All welcome
from 6-8pm this Friday (13th).
Bigger and better than ever, the Masham Steam Rally returns to Marfield (HG4 4NX) next weekend, open from 10am-4pm daily.
With 40 full-size traction engines, delightful miniatures, fair organs, vintage tractors and farm machinery, sports cars, motorbikes and much more, the Rally is a celebration of over a century of British engineering and farming history.
Arena entertainment includes Jason Smyth's Adrenaline Show and Ben Potter's birds of prey, and we are delighted to welcome back the Ken Fox Wall of Death, one of a very few still running of this thrilling entertainment.
With a wide range of stalls, a fairground for the kids abnd the young at heart, a huge craft tent, exhibitions on Rally and Masham history, a range of refreshments and of course the beer tent, there is truly something for everyone, and prices remain pegged at £10 (over-60 £8, under-16 £2, under-5s free). And best of all, by having a great day out at the rally you're helping raise money for essential repair and renewal of the Town Hall building! Over the last three years the Rally has contributed nearly £30,000 to the redecoration of the foyer, staircase and downstairs hall; replacement of front and balcony doors; renewal of the Main Hall floor; new tables for craft fairs and coffee mornings; urgent repairs to the boiler and external staircases; and the renovation and repainting of the external windows, completed just this month.