Snake Davis and Band £14.50

King James’s School – doors open 7 pm

Snake Davis has played with some of the biggest names in contemporary music. He’s had a long collaboration with Heather Small of M-People, toured the world with Lisa Stansfield, Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart and played with James Brown, Paul McCartney, George Michael and Tina Turner to name but a few. He wrote the iconic sax solo on Take That’s hit record A Million Love Songs, for which he famously earned the equivalent of £18 for his contribution to what is regularly voted one of the most romantic love songs of all time.

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Art Exhibition by the pupils of Kings James’s School, FREE

Chaloner Hall, King Jame’s School, 1pm to 6pm

This exhibition will showcase the work of pupils doing Art and Photography. Examination results in the Art Department are well above the national average. Many A Level students progress either to a Foundation Course in Art or to university courses in History of Art or Combined Arts.

See some examples of the fantastic artwork on display

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The Great Mandavi – Free

Market Place – 11 am, 1 and 3pm

A feva favourite – the one, the only –The Great Mandavi! Defying death, drowning and dressing up in the Market Place once again for our delight!

Step by Step, a Conspiracy to Murder £5

Knaresborough Library – doors open 6.50 pm

Meet Amanda Taylor, author of ‘Aram’ which tells the true story of Eugene Aram, Knaresborough’s most notorious villain – a tale of class, religion, bigotry, incest and murder!

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Call My Bluff’ Wine Tasting  £25

Pit your wits, wine knowledge and intuition against the devious, cheating expertise of our wine experts. Tickets include 6 small glasses of wine and tapas.  Recommended teams of 4 – 8. Limited number of tickets. Bookings to enquiries@carriagesknaresborough.co.uk.

Scarecrow Trail, St. Johns Church

The Scarecrows are back in the grounds of St. John’s Church every day from 10 to 18 August. Follow the clues; prizes for the winners; quiz sheets are available priced £1 from the Old Ticket Office on the railway station. Enjoy afternoon refreshments at the Hub overlooking
the river.

See also the “Arts Trail” “Flavours of feva” King James’s School

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