The Late Shows returned for its seventh year this weekend with its biggest programme yet.
There were magicians at Mushroom Works, a painting Jack Russell at Wychcraft Furniture and Jack the Ripper even paid a blood-curdling visit to The Cluny!
Venues taking part for the first time included the Ouseburn Farm which offered the chance to pet a pig and feed a goat after hours, and Ouse Street Arts Club which created a Bar-cade where visitors could play retro video games.
Ouse News were along on Friday night to speak to some of the people taking part. See the video above for a taster of our Late Shows experience. And make sure to share yours with us on our Twitter and Facebook pages.