There will be a full programme of entertainment throughout the day, including some of last years acts which included:

Full details & times of appearances will be released closer to the day.

RAC Band

A huge hit from last year was the RAC Band, and we are so pleased that they are also returning. The band of the Royal Armoured Corps are based in nearby Catterick Garrison,  and provide a wide diversity of musical ensembles. They will be once again kicking off this years entertainment.

More details of the RAC band can be found on their website: http://www.army.mod.uk/music/23609.aspx

The Rhythm &  Shoes Dance Academy

Based in Ravensworth, the fabulous Rhythm & Shoes Dance Academy, are coming to provide a performance showcasing the amazing dance that they perform.

The school offers dance lessons in tap, modern, ballet, freestyle, street and Acro – and is open to kids from the age of 3 upwards.

For more details see their facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/rhythmandshoesdanceacademynorthyorkshire/

Richmond Operatic Society

This year we are delighted to welcome back the Richmond Operatic Society, who are guaranteed to get everyone into the Festive spirit. 

The Richmond Operatic Society have been producing and putting on live performances since the 1920’s, and they are as strong today as they have ever been.

For more details see their website: www.richmondoperatics.co.uk



Back by popular demand – The Band of the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers will be once again performing their lively set of classic rock songs.

For more details: www.facebook.com/REMEBand

The Military WAGS Choir – Catterick Garrison

We are so excited to welcome back for another year, the Military Wives, Affiliates, Girlfriends and Servicewomen’s (WAGS) Choir, Catterick.  Formed in April 2010 just as 19 Brigade was about to embark on a six month tour to Afghanistan at the height of the war. Casualties were expected and two Scot Guard’s wives, Caroline Jopp and Nicky Clarke, felt the wives and girlfriends left behind, needed something to keep their spirits up. The choir was an immediate welface success, and has inspired similar choirs to spring up around the country.

For more details, visit their website: www.militarywagschoir.co.uk