Welcome to Charles Hutch Press, the Hutch hub for arts, culture and What’s On in York and beyond.
WHO IS CHARLES HUTCH PRESS?
Charles Hutchinson has moved to pastures new yet still familiar after more than 30 years as the voice of the arts and culture at The Press, York.
Dubbed the “cultural linchpin of Yorkshire” for his distinctive coverage of theatre, music, comedy, film and the visual arts, Charles continues to work the arts beat in York and across God’s Own Arty Country.
This site provides previews, reviews, interviews and breaking news of the thriving cultural scene that he so passionately supports.
In establishing the Charles Hutchinson Culture Hub, he is also available to provide copy-writing and press services to spread your word to the media industry.
Contact Charles too for public-speaking engagements, hosting question-and-answer sessions, lecturing on journalism and the arts and radio comment.
Landline: 01423 771748
Very mobile phone: 07958 262019
Facebook: Charles Hutchinson
YORK Early Music Festival administrative director Dr Delma Tomlin is compiling a video of “personal favourites” from last week’s online event. “We had a blast,” she says, reflecting on the success of the three-day virtual festival of four pre-recorded and two live concerts, streamed from the National Centre for Early Music from July 9 to …
SCARBOROUGH Museums Trust is to present a summer programme of seaside and animal-themed stories, crafts and activities with the help of Lari the Seagull. From July 22 to August 20, the trust’s learning team will take over its social media pages to add family information and activities based around objects in the Scarborough Borough Collection. …
THE Stephen Joseph Theatre has created a new choir for residents of Scarborough’s Eastfield area. The Eastfield Choir is meeting via Zoom on Mondays from 11.30am to 12.30pm for five weeks from July 13 in a virtual venture supported by Scarborough company McCain Foods and residents’ group EAST. They will work towards filming a song chosen by Eastfield residents from Journey’s Don’t …